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Old 11-16-2013, 11:45 AM   #361
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Hello. Im new to rc cars and want to build a sakura xi sport.

I read somewhere about this setup...
"In the x1 i am planning to run 71 spur with 35 pinion with21.5t motor"

I want to buy this motor SKYRC Cheetah Sensored 1600KV 21.5T Motor
with a 60A esc.

Will the 71spur with 35pinion work with this motor?
And how will the car behave? very fast, medium, slow?
I dont want a superfast setup. Will it have torque? Will it be ok for slow

The kit comes with a 85T spur. Could i leave this on and use smaller pinion and if yes how many teeth pinion on the 85T spur?

Sorry if my questions sound stupid but i dont know much about rc cars.

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Old 04-06-2016, 08:03 AM   #362
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Do 3racing kits use metric screws?
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Old 04-06-2016, 09:08 AM   #363
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Yes. They use metric screws. Just about everything will use a 2mm driver. Have a 2.5mm and 1.5mm handy for the one or two screws that need it.
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