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Old 01-06-2005, 02:59 PM   #31
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you will need to change the pinion (smaller) but not the spur.
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Depends on what you are running and what pinions you have. For some it might be easier to change the spur to a bigger one and use all the pinions you have. You don't have to change just the pinion.
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Depends on what you are running and what pinions you have. For some it might be easier to change the spur to a bigger one and use all the pinions you have. You don't have to change just the pinion.
i was refuring to the stock spur 93teeth.
so the changes i made was to just go to smaller pinions. all you have to do is goto gearchart.com & get the 1.77 ratio chart
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just trying to plan ahead and make sure i have everything im going to need for my new xray. I figured a 23T pinion would work in Stock, but i thought i should double check with people actually running the car.

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You do have to change your spur/pinion gear combo to adjust for the different internal gear ratio.
ok let's say i have two exact cars with the same set up, same motor and the only exception of one having the lower internal ratio pulley set (1.77), their final ratio got to be equally the same as well (remember same # of turns in motor) top speed in theory should also be the same as but the one running the lower internal ratio should reach top speed first, if that's what it does i certainly going to get!

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ok let's say i have two exact cars with the same set up, same motor and the only exception of one having the lower internal ratio pulley set (1.77), their final ratio got to be equally the same as well (remember same # of turns in motor) top speed in theory should also be the same as but the one running the lower internal ratio should reach top speed first, if that's what it does i certainly going to get!

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