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Old 06-21-2006, 11:11 PM   #11971
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hey guys im a new jrx-s owner and i have a gearing question im gonna be running a checkpoint 19t money motor i need to know what pinion what spur and what belts to run with it im running on a tight asphalt track maybe a 100 ft straight or smaller
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Old 06-22-2006, 05:55 AM   #11973
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Hi Guys,

I'm sure this question has been answered many times before but could someone please tell me if there is a spur adapter made for the JRX-S, if there is could you tell me who makes it.

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so i'm in need of a new car, and i was hoping to get a rough eta on the release date of the rear motor version like todd is sporting..... i'm wanting to go lipoly, and i think the rear motor would balance the car better. i know they like to keep it secret, but if anyone has info let me know. but i guess a t2 is'nt all bad either....
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I am thinkin the rear motor car should be no different in the respect that you really can't use the Lipo batteries for the don't fit in the battery compartment. If I am wrong I am sure someone will correct me. There was a couple of guys here that got rid of their JRXS's for that very reason. I don't feel that is a valid reason for getting rid of a good car but whatever.
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I'm sure this question has been answered many times before but could someone please tell me if there is a spur adapter made for the JRX-S, if there is could you tell me who makes it.

Cheers Sam
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I'm sure this question has been answered many times before but could someone please tell me if there is a spur adapter made for the JRX-S, if there is could you tell me who makes it.
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Old 06-22-2006, 06:37 PM   #11979
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Old 06-22-2006, 07:34 PM   #11980
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hey guys im a new jrx-s owner and i have a gearing question im gonna be running a checkpoint 19t money motor i need to know what pinion what spur and what belts to run with it im running on a tight asphalt track maybe a 100 ft straight or smaller

Welcome to the group!!!! Use the stock 128 tooth spur and start with a 35 tooth pinion. Gear it up or down from there. I don't understand your question as to what belt to run. The stock gray rear and white front belts are the only choices as far as I know. Good Luck and let us know if we can help.

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Welcome to the group!!!! Use the stock 128 tooth spur and start with a 35 tooth pinion. Gear it up or down from there. I don't understand your question as to what belt to run. The stock gray rear and white front belts are the only choices as far as I know. Good Luck and let us know if we can help.

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he could be talking about the optional black front belt or the optional red front belt...

take a sharpie and color a way dude!~!

i have seen a blue, black, red front belt. Or the natural yellow belt (8 months old)
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Well.........LOL Mine is red from the Rit dye with the pulleys! hehehe
You may be right. If somebody has been looking at pics of several cars you may get confused on the belts.

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hey guys im a new jrx-s owner and i have a gearing question im gonna be running a checkpoint 19t money motor i need to know what pinion what spur and what belts to run with it im running on a tight asphalt track maybe a 100 ft straight or smaller
Start off with a 128/39 with the Money Motor.
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Old 06-22-2006, 09:55 PM   #11984
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ok so i 39 tooth????? i used an epic 19 turn handout the other night with a 39 pinion and i cooked it!! big time but i trust u guys lol
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ok so i 39 tooth????? i used an epic 19 turn handout the other night with a 39 pinion and i cooked it!! big time but i trust u guys lol
the track I race at has a 90ft straight I would suggest that you try anywhere between a 37 & 39.

going fast on the straight is fun and cool but you also need to get through the infield... ultimately you'll want to gear it for the fastest / consistant lap times so if possible check'em after each run and see which gearing yeilded the bset times.

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