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Old 04-29-2009, 11:06 PM   #1
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So, i am brand new to this whole onroad racing. Raced offroad for 10+ years. I have a TC5R, and using the iphone Gearit app, i am looking at my rations and rollout.

But what is rollout?
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So, i am brand new to this whole onroad racing. Raced offroad for 10+ years. I have a TC5R, and using the iphone Gearit app, i am looking at my rations and rollout.

But what is rollout?
rollout is the length a wheel have to travel for the motor to take 1 turn.
final drive ratio is the most important to pay attention to.. keep it in the range the manufactor of the motor recommends.

for more information visit the great site at teamxray.com and download the Xray T2 setup manual and look at page 40 and you will be amazed at the services Xray offers

http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...%20EU%20Rubber
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