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Old 12-30-2008, 07:02 PM   #1
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Default CRC Gen X 10 - World GT - RC Madness CT

What would be a decent starting point for a CRC Gen X 10 to run at RC Madness - in Enfield CT? I need to order pinion(s) to complete the car - and would like to get the correct range before I make the long trip up to race.

Seems to be about a 40x20 space with about 10-12 turns - give or take
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ask mark smyka at madness
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40/20 your not even close the track is 65/36 as for gearing what size spur gear are you running i need more info then just what size pinions do i need
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