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Old 09-09-2004, 03:05 PM
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Hey I was wondering if anyones made any large, detailed rollout spreadsheats you wouldn't mind sharing? I was going to make one but I havn't had time this week. Thanks!
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something aint right on that website.

i worked out the speed for my 12th pan car and i selected pan car in the thing, entered 72/22 spur/pinion that i use, 52mm tyres, 25k revving motor, and it said it went something like 45mph

but then again its good for working out rollout
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Remember that's the "theoretical maximum" speed based on Rollout, doesn't factor anything else in but the simple math.
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Got exactly what I was looking for from Ortiz, thanks!
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Here is one in excell written by John Stranahan. Some may remember John from Tech Talk. He was very knowledgable about car setup. It has been altered a little bit by John Fontaine.

It is easy to use just input your internal drive,tire size (in MM),and you can also change the pinion spur numbers if you need to and it will adjust the totals as you go.
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You could also try this one that I did in flash...works pretty good you can flip the numbers around several ways....
http://www.sixfoottiger.com/content/...lculator.index
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