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Old 03-07-2009, 07:40 PM   #601
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I'm using 17.5 what spurs and pinion I can use?

somebody tell me us 98 spur and 48 pinion.

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That may work. I always use a 90 spur with 17.5 and pinion depending on your motor for gearing. A 47 pinion will give you a 3.5 FDR.
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Old 03-07-2009, 08:11 PM   #602
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can use that for 34t/20t pulleyes I use the novak motor.
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can use that for 38t/20t pulleyes
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Its 34/20, The 1.77 internal ratio. So yes.
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Old 03-08-2009, 04:26 PM   #604
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Having become very frustrated at having fancy setup sheets that allow you to describe everything down to your underwear but not put any comments or suggestions in , I have modified the setup sheets from Xray's site that can be editied using CutePDF or similar.

If nothing else, you can print them out and still use my newly created comments box.

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Old 03-08-2009, 04:39 PM   #605
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Thanks a lot Skiddins for the PDFs and comment area.

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Having become very frustrated at having fancy setup sheets that allow you to describe everything down to your underwear but not put any comments or suggestions in , I have modified the setup sheets from Xray's site that can be editied using CutePDF or similar.

If nothing else, you can print them out and still use my newly created comments box.

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Yea, nice sheet Skiddins! Just saved a copy on my track lappy. Good job bra.
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Old 03-09-2009, 11:21 AM   #608
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Hi,

Just tested my setup - Perfect (at least it was driveable) - don't have the skills to noticed it something can be more perfectible. My FDR was 6.8 ... car could be faster .. I think gearing up from my 21T to a 22 or 23 for lower FDR

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Hey guys,
Just curious to know whats a good starting point for using an LRP 10.5 using LRP TC Comp.
What punch setting and FDR or rollout (rubber tires) would be best?

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Hey guys,
Just curious to know whats a good starting point for using an LRP 10.5 using LRP TC Comp.
What punch setting and FDR or rollout (rubber tires) would be best?

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10.5's are usually geared in the 5.0-5.5 range depending on the track.
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10.5's are usually geared in the 5.0-5.5 range depending on the track.
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Which power profile would be recommended?
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thanks man, might test this a bit tonight if I can.
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hi guys

Does HPI/HB cyclone tc dumper springs fits on Xray T2009??


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Can someone please explain why some setups have the shims inbetween the shocks on both the front and rear towers.

What is the effect of these shims?

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