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Old 11-18-2009, 09:41 AM   #2056
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Does anyone make a revised spur gear layshaft with holes drilled for standard spur gears?
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Old 11-18-2009, 09:57 AM   #2057
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Any of you guys ripped screws through your chassis?

No thought not
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None have ripped through yet.
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Old 11-18-2009, 03:14 PM   #2059
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Does anyone make a revised spur gear layshaft with holes drilled for standard spur gears?

Yo, Marky D. I don't know if anyone makes one but even if they do, you have to find a standard spur that has holes big enough to get a wrench through. The motor mount makes it difficult to get to your motor screws
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Yo, Marky D. I don't know if anyone makes one but even if they do, you have to find a standard spur that has holes big enough to get a wrench through. The motor mount makes it difficult to get to your motor screws
I need to talk to Xenon about making spurs for this...
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I need to talk to Xenon about making spurs for this...
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I need to talk to Xenon about making spurs for this...
Just get the Xray specific spurs that RW makes. Nexus Racing carries them.
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Just get the Xray specific spurs that RW makes. Nexus Racing carries them.
Nexus is out of everything useful
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I'm still working on learning everything, but still needing a little help. I know it's a wide open question, but what would be a good starting point for a pinion on a t2 009 eu with a 104 64p spur gear, other then that stock t2 009 setup, lrp x11 17.5, speed passion gt lpf 2.0, a 4500mah 20c lipo. I'm not looking for the exact one, but just somewhere to start at. I was thinking in the 37-39 range but again I'm not 100% on all the finer things onroad has to offer yet! Not sure if it matters but I'll be running on carpet. Thanks!
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Old 11-20-2009, 11:37 AM   #2065
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Hey guys, looking for a bit of help here.. I just got a 009/t2r pro. It uses the short shocks and springs. I upgrades from a T2(original) and I have [email protected]@ loads of shocks and springs. I broke a shock on my new car, my question is, can I run the longer shock without a lot of fuss? I know they are a bit longer, but is the difference going to create that much of a problem? I don't want to change my part stock if I stont have to. Thanks.
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Running 13.5 on High grip carpet with rubber tyres, should I take the foam bit out and should I have 0 rebound and why ????
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I'm still working on learning everything, but still needing a little help. I know it's a wide open question, but what would be a good starting point for a pinion on a t2 009 eu with a 104 64p spur gear, other then that stock t2 009 setup, lrp x11 17.5, speed passion gt lpf 2.0, a 4500mah 20c lipo. I'm not looking for the exact one, but just somewhere to start at. I was thinking in the 37-39 range but again I'm not 100% on all the finer things onroad has to offer yet! Not sure if it matters but I'll be running on carpet. Thanks!
That sounds about right to start.
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Running 13.5 on High grip carpet with rubber tyres, should I take the foam bit out and should I have 0 rebound and why ????
Any one ??
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You should try it for yourself and see what it does. I drove my car with the foam plus about 50% rebound and it was dialed so it comes down to personal preference.
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i do not like the foam and i run 50% rebound
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