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Old 09-13-2007, 10:39 AM   #19276
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We can only use the bonded rotor in our 13.5 for our club racing. I use the 102T 64p spur on our short technical track. It runs your pinions to the higher 40 tooth side of things (~ 42mm rollout max available with a 51 tooth pinion) , so I would recommend using a 90 or so 64p tooth spur if your track is longer and calls for more rollout, or if you want greater gear selection.
Novak says run a 4:0 with the sinter rotor in 13.5.I am using a 52 pinion with the 102 spur on short technical with know problems. I be racing on a big track this weekend so I goning to go up to a 54 or 55 pinion with should be close to 4:0.
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Novak says run a 4:0 with the sinter rotor in 13.5.I am using a 52 pinion with the 102 spur on short technical with know problems. I be racing on a big track this weekend so I goning to go up to a 54 or 55 pinion with should be close to 4:0.
Ok, if your running an MSX (35t/16t pulleys = 2.188 i.r.) your looking at a 55 or 56t pinion for 4 FDR (55 = 4.057, 56 = 3.984)

If your running an MRE or MSXX (or 36t drive pulleys, so i.r. of 2.25), you'll need a 57 or 58 pinion (57 = 4.026, 58 = 3.957)

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hey guys,

at the moment im running a GTB/13.5 in my msx. Im using a front one way and a center one way. Soon im going to be running mod with a 4.5. Should i keep the one way in, or use a spool/diff. (i will be running on asphalt)

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Old 09-16-2007, 04:43 AM   #19279
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hey guys,

at the moment im running a GTB/13.5 in my msx. Im using a front one way and a center one way. Soon im going to be running mod with a 4.5. Should i keep the one way in, or use a spool/diff. (i will be running on asphalt)

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It all depends on the track you are racing on, long curves make it more efficient with one-way. Short sharp turns may make it more efficient with a spool. But all this also depends on your driving style. The only way to find out is to try both

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ok, thanks....does anyone have the part numbers for a spool and a direct center shaft

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Old 09-16-2007, 09:22 AM   #19281
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ok, thanks....does anyone have the part numbers for a spool and a direct center shaft

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Actually it's easier if you look in the online manuals at the Tamiya site.
http://www.tamiya.com/english/rc/manuals.htm

The manual for mre is the one containing a spool and the direct center shaft unit.

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Old 09-19-2007, 12:11 AM   #19282
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guys, what would you reccomend the number of teeth for a pinion of a 415 MSX if i have a 102T spur gear and will be using a 4.5 LRP BL motor, thanks
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Old 09-19-2007, 01:07 AM   #19283
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guys, what would you reccomend the number of teeth for a pinion of a 415 MSX if i have a 102T spur gear and will be using a 4.5 LRP BL motor, thanks
The pinion you need for around 9.7 FDR is 23 tooth pinion. Not sure what LRP recommends to start with but I believe that's where my son was running his LRP BL at our local track!
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The pinion you need for around 9.7 FDR is 23 tooth pinion. Not sure what LRP recommends to start with but I believe that's where my son was running his LRP BL at our local track!
ok, thanks will do that also
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Here is a link to my MSX on the sale thread.
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ok, thanks....does anyone have the part numbers for a spool and a direct center shaft

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I've got a complete MSX center shaft config with the alloy direct drive pulley and spur gear holder I will sell. Also includes the layshaft stopper. Send me a PM if interested. I can send a pic if needed.
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Is tamiyausa.com out of order??

Iīm trying to get info on the #4004046 lower deck, would like to know if it is for the new MSXX MR or is the one that is used on the stick pack conversion....

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Where did you get the 4004046 part number from? I have not seen that part number before.
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Where did you get the 4004046 part number from? I have not seen that part number before.
it just happens that I have the part right in front of me...

I ordered an msx mre lower deck and get this one.... cannot complain at all as it has the 5 cell cutoffs and evo5 bumper.... but also other holes so I was curious....

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