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Old 03-25-2012, 08:03 PM
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Anyone know 64p spur and pinion I should order? Been running 5.5 48p temps at 130 with fan. So I figured I'd try 6.0 for starters, 17.5 boosted. I can figure the numbers but, I mainly ask because I'm not sure what would fit. Also I have 20/38 pulleys so I'm at 1.9 internally.
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:05 PM
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:53 PM
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Anyone know 64p spur and pinion I should order? Been running 5.5 48p temps at 130 with fan. So I figured I'd try 6.0 for starters, 17.5 boosted. I can figure the numbers but, I mainly ask because I'm not sure what would fit. Also I have 20/38 pulleys so I'm at 1.9 internally.
I used a 7.0 FDR when I was running 5.5. Used either a 106 or a 108 64pitch spur. For 17.5 boosted it was also the same spur except I think it was either a 4.5 or 5.0 FDR. Not sure because its been a while since I ran boosted.
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:24 AM
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Do any of the belts avialable from Xray allow the use of 38t pulleys with the 20t layshaft pulley without using the forward motor conversion?
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Do any of the belts avialable from Xray allow the use of 38t pulleys with the 20t layshaft pulley without using the forward motor conversion?
Yea belt number 305446
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Old 04-11-2012, 08:25 AM
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Yea belt number 305446
What about the front belt?
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What about the front belt?
Front is 305432
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Originally Posted by Skiddins View Post
Do any of the belts avialable from Xray allow the use of 38t pulleys with the 20t layshaft pulley without using the forward motor conversion?
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Yea belt number 305446
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Front is 305432
I had thought I was gonna be able to do the 38T conversion with the stock belts just by using the tension adjustment on the eccentrics. Boy was I wrong.

Just checked the XRay parts lists for T3 2010, 2011, and 2012. The part numbers listed above are standard for all T3's.

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Not sure if other belts work. I just went by the conversion statistics. I put a 38 oneway in front, and a 38 Specr diff in rear. Then looked at the conversion diagram on Xrays site to find the belt numbers.
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Originally Posted by Slo_E4 View Post
Not sure if other belts work. I just went by the conversion statistics. I put a 38 oneway in front, and a 38 Specr diff in rear. Then looked at the conversion diagram on Xrays site to find the belt numbers.
Oneway and a gear diff, you must have a lot of traction at your track. Nobody at my track run oneways anymore.
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Originally Posted by YR4Dude View Post
I had thought I was gonna be able to do the 38T conversion with the stock belts just by using the tension adjustment on the eccentrics. Boy was I wrong.

Just checked the XRay parts lists for T3 2010, 2011, and 2012. The part numbers listed above are standard for all T3's.
Having just removed my 'Forward Motor Position' conversion from my '009 (I use it as my wet car. The joys of racing in the UK ), which i had to fit at the time to use the 38t geardiff I had.
I wanted to keep the 38t pulleys etc. as it means I can use the Spec-R geardiff I had going spare.

So if you are going to use 38t pulleys with 20t layshaft pulley;
The belts you need are the standard items from the T3 series.

Front 305432 - 513mm
Rear 305446 - 189mm

They're the ones right up to the current T3'12
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(I use it as my wet car. The joys of racing in the UK
Already there have been many outdoor races here in sunny Southern California that were spoiled by rain. However, it doesn't stop people from racing in their real cars on the freeway in the rain and unlike our RC cars, many of them aren't even 4wd. Add texting to the mix and you can see what a show our freeways can be in the rain.
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Who sells parts for these cars at the best price.? If anyone has the drive cup part#, I would be most happy.

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Originally Posted by tc3jp View Post
Who sells parts for these cars at the best price.? If anyone has the drive cup part#, I would be most happy.

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Are you talking about the outdrive for the front spool or the rear diff?
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Sorry bout that .Some people refer to them as driveshaft caps.The peice that helps protect the outdrives from wearing too quickly.
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