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Old 12-24-2004, 08:19 PM   #1
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So I'm getting back into electric after about 3 years of being out of the sport. My oh my how things have changed.

With the new green monster motors what pinion ranges are you all running for stock sedan now? I imagine you've dropped a few teeth.

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take some extra cash with you. you will also need batteries.
3300, 3600 and new gp3700.
plus new charger for these batteries.
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Promatch will be getting my order tomorrow for new batteries. I've got the new charger handled. Everything is pretty much either payed for or will be very shortly. I just need to know the pinion range I should be looking for.

I'm thinking maybe 21-25 or so? Then again that's why I'm asking. hehe
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which car. get the robinson aluminum pinions
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heh sorry. TC3.
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Old 12-24-2004, 08:43 PM   #6
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i think you need a 24,25,26. wait for others to answer. i dont remember what i was using. also go to the racers forum and do a search for socal r/c there are a few regulars there that run a tc3
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I'll go over and check that forum in the meantime.
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