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Old 04-08-2010, 02:03 PM   #1
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Hi you all here at RcTech.

I have a situation that I need your help to solve regarding belt for my touring car.

I have front belt from Serpent that is 501 and a Xray that is 507 - but I need a 504!
What belt do I need???

I also have a Serpent rear belt that is 177 and a Xray that is 183 - but I could really use a 180!
What belt do and can I use???

I hope someone can be of assistence.
Perhaps even a belt size overview

Thanks in advance.

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Old 04-08-2010, 02:23 PM   #2
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nicolai,

updated list:
http://www.rctech.net/forum/7232727-post43.html
your 60t rear should be pretty easy. the 168t front will be tough. you may want to get serpent to move the layshaft fore/aft ~ 1.5mm so that you can either go with 169/59 or 167/61. those are more common than having a unique 168t made. or if you can put two more teeth on the pulley loops, you can go with 169/61.

billy asked me about this two years ago ...
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Old 04-08-2010, 02:42 PM   #3
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xray also has a 180mm or 60 tooth rear belt too - part # 305442. I too have been looking for a 504mm front belt.
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Thanks for the link seaball.

How ever sad to see that no one uses a 168 belt, I might have to find a few belt teightning devices to fit my car in order to make use og the wished pullies.


Would I be so lucke that someone might even be able to help with a part number on the Tamiya, Xray and SChumacher 60T rear belts?
Thanks.

Yes it would be nice if Serpent would and could make theese changes for me - but I think that the result would be a changed motormount - and then I fear that the changes keep comming...

Thanks again

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Thanks for the link seaball.

How ever sad to see that no one uses a 168 belt, I might have to find a few belt teightning devices to fit my car in order to make use og the wished pullies.


Would I be so lucke that someone might even be able to help with a part number on the Tamiya, Xray and SChumacher 60T rear belts?
Thanks.

Yes it would be nice if Serpent would and could make theese changes for me - but I think that the result would be a changed motormount - and then I fear that the changes keep comming...

Thanks again

Nicolai
U3013 for the Schumacher Grey "Stock" belt.
U2721 for the Schumacher Black "Mod" belt.

Both are available at racing-cars.com.
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