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Old 09-06-2010, 06:35 AM   #1
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reedy radon to 17.5 gearing ? Can anyone give me a good ratio / rollout to start, using a TC4 / putnam 17.5 / 72 spur 48 p , appreciate any help
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reedy radon to 17.5 gearing ? Can anyone give me a good ratio / rollout to start, using a TC4 / putnam 17.5 / 72 spur 48 p , appreciate any help
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You didn't mention what ESC you are using. Timing advance will play a big role in gearing as well.
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