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Old 12-28-2008, 12:42 PM   #1
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i just got a tamiya 415-msxx and also got a venom 13.5 brushless system, can any one steer me in the right direction on gearing for this car, i'll be using a maxamp 5000 lipo and the car has a 102 tooth spur gear. i'll be racing mostly out doors (asphault).so any help you can give would be great. Thanks
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i just got a tamiya 415-msxx and also got a venom 13.5 brushless system, can any one steer me in the right direction on gearing for this car, i'll be using a maxamp 5000 lipo and the car has a 102 tooth spur gear. i'll be racing mostly out doors (asphault).so any help you can give would be great. Thanks
Try an FDR of about 4.5
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i just checked on gearchart.com and a fdr of 4.5 would require a 51 tooth pinion, seems kind of large but i'll give it a try. thanks
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i just checked on gearchart.com and a fdr of 4.5 would require a 51 tooth pinion, seems kind of large but i'll give it a try. thanks
I got mine with 92 spur gear. u need to change to a smaller size spur so that you can have abit more gear selection.
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