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Old 03-12-2010, 03:56 PM   #1
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Not sure if I should post here or on the electric off road but what the heck I have a Losi Speed T and just installed a GTB w/ a 5.5 turn motor and wanted to know what you guys think I should gear it? This will be just for playing around and want to get it's top end up there but without hurting the motor. LMK what you guys think.

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No one can help me gear this thing?????? Come on you racers help me out.....
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