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Old 08-10-2008, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default Is 26T for pinion and 55T for spur good for TT01

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Old 08-10-2008, 07:25 PM   #2
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Huh?

Dude we don't even know what motor you're using, and what kind of driving you're doing. Please be more specific

Also, 26T pinion probably won't fit with the 55T, or any other spur for that matter. Maximum in the unmodified TT01 (some people modify their chassis' to fit other spur gear holders) is 25T Tamiya pitch pinion with the 55T spur.
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i'm using a super stock rz motor 26 seems to fit with 55 for some reason
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IT should be able to to push the car with that large number of turns.

What kind of driving are you doing?

Okay you can try it, but just as long as the spur isn't grinding the pinion/ vice versa... eek!
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With 26 pinion I suppose it'll give you more top speed. If yr track is not so technical, it's good enough. If there's more turns for the track, lowering the pinion can be considered.
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25/55 is largest you can fit in a tt01. if ur thinkin well with an old spur gear i can shove a 26 in there. thats on u. its related to an old cheater's trick when 22/61 (stock spur) was the rule for club specification and folks figured out on an old spur u could shove a 23 in.

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what gear ratio would be good for my super stock rz ? Chassis is TT01
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What kind of track? 25/55 will give you 5.77 FDR, and 25/58 will give you 6.03.
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I have a question...I have a tt01 with only a 12t traxxas in it..no lipo yet, no brushless yet....but my problem it I order'd the 55t and 58t spur for the tt01....and i had a 25t 48p pinion and it wasnt even close to touching no matter how I rotated the motor....now on the 58t spur i can get the 25t all the way to a 27t pinion to work but no 55t spur at all....should i just say F it and get a 28T pinion and see what happens or are there different types of 25t pinions that are different sizes that will work for a 540 or 550 motor....1/10 scale....27t/58t..30 mph for me...60A esc...5000 nimh 7.2v 12turn traxxas brushed??????Plz help....is there a different spur out there that will work IDK...but I want to see the talk about the 55t spur....Thanks.....
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