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Old 09-13-2017, 07:28 AM   #1171
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The upright that holds the axle (sorry didn't see this q on my phone when i first answered)



No... get some spacers to take up the extra room... Yeah Racing make a good set that go from 0.25mm right up to 3mm.

In some circumstances you might need to grind a little off the top but I can't remember why now - low ride height with big tyres I think is why I did it

Cool, all makes sense, I just trimmed the hub with a blade (took off 1mm) for now as it was easy as that is the lip. I will file down the extra 0.5mm when I have more time.
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Does anyone have a recommendation for gearing for the RM01? What about a timing on the motor (rpm's vs amp draw)? Using a Thunder Power 13.5. Standard 1/12 scale tires (purple specs). Any help would be appreciated.
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Does anyone have a recommendation for gearing for the RM01? What about a timing on the motor (rpm's vs amp draw)? Using a Thunder Power 13.5. Standard 1/12 scale tires (purple specs). Any help would be appreciated.
Check out the main 1/12 thread as there is heaps of info there on gearing for the different motors. The RM isn't really any different in that area other than being a bit heavier than most 1/12's
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