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Old 08-07-2004, 06:04 AM   #3196
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Kimborough 78t 48dp
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Corally 98t / 100t 64dp

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Old 08-07-2004, 09:51 AM   #3197
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What size of the spur gear are you guys using with stock motors?
IŽm using a Xenon 88 or 90 teeth with my EVO III but this maybe is a little small for the 415.
Hey V12, have you got your car running? Mine will be here next week
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Old 08-07-2004, 09:55 AM   #3198
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Hi Mark
No, not running yet. Will send you PM.
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Old 08-07-2004, 09:28 PM   #3199
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I will run either an Xenon/SpeedtechRC 96 spur or a 101 spur.
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What size of the spur gear are you guys using with stock motors?
104~106 Xenon or Kawada Spur`s..Seem to be the best overall for Mod and Stock for gearing
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RW spur gears are the best I've ever tried!!!
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Old 08-08-2004, 03:43 AM   #3202
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RW spur gears are the best I've ever tried!!!
Yes, but Xenon are even better....lol
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Old 08-08-2004, 02:55 PM   #3203
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Thanks guys. So I have to look for some bigger spurs as my largest are 90 teeth currently. I had no RW spurs lately but the Xenon were really good on my EVO III.
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Old 08-08-2004, 05:11 PM   #3204
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i have just got my 415. i have been running the 414 and thought i would upgrade to my new toy. Can anyone give me a good setup to start with or tell me where i can go elsewhere to find one. I run on concrete surface with reasonable grip levels, mainly stock class and rubber tyres. The car is stock and i will run the oneway as i am currently doing so with my 414. Any help would be great.
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The stock setup works great.

RW spurs are very nice. But if you go too big, they will warp on the spur holder on the 415. I ran a 112 spur like that. I had to put a backing plate on the spur because it warped so bad.
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does anyone have surikarns set upo that he used at the reedy race at tamiya?he used the long suspension kit and need to know hes set up.
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i have just got my 415. i have been running the 414 and thought i would upgrade to my new toy. Can anyone give me a good setup to start with or tell me where i can go elsewhere to find one. I run on concrete surface with reasonable grip levels, mainly stock class and rubber tyres. The car is stock and i will run the oneway as i am currently doing so with my 414. Any help would be great.
my setup from parking lot yesterday is mostly kit, except i was on blue spring front, white rear... with yellow swaybar on front, none rear, CS-27 premount tires.

this was on semi-smooth asphalt, sprayed with lotsa VHT... running Peak Vantage V2 8x2.
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does anyone have Charlie or Fred's set-up for the KO race?
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i have just got my 415. i have been running the 414 and thought i would upgrade to my new toy. Can anyone give me a good setup to start with or tell me where i can go elsewhere to find one. I run on concrete surface with reasonable grip levels, mainly stock class and rubber tyres. The car is stock and i will run the oneway as i am currently doing so with my 414. Any help would be great.
Hey Barry I ran my 415 with the stock setup 36R sorex with speedmind medium inserts and a Monster Stock with 81/23 gearing and it seemed pretty nice.
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For the KO Race, did they use oneway or spool? Just curious

Well let me go pack up for the Norrca Nats... I'll be bringin 3 cars... Yokomo SD, Evo IV, and 415. I'll see if I can't get any good pics....

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