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Old 11-05-2005, 08:40 PM   #4486
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Basically you can use either Xray or PRS with no mods. Anything else and you will have to drill the third hole. Not difficult by any means but the PRS spur gears and pinions are the best out there in my opinion.

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kimbrough gears work also just a lil bit wide tho. but never had one rub . PRS is by far the best choice
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Yeah, I couldn't find any PRS spurs in stock anywhere. So I went with a Kimbrough 116 (biggest pinion for this is a 37 tooth). It fits. But remember this. The Kimbrough spur is off set. So if you put it on wrong, it'll rub. However, putting it on the right way.. the numbers on the spur (in this instance it's the 116) will slightly rub the motor mount. That's how close/clearance is. Just sand it down and it's all good. Now I just gotta find some PRS gears in stock.....

But yeah, wish they made a 4 screw spur mount. That would be nice.....
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Old 11-05-2005, 09:15 PM   #4488
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Hey Jimmy what ya runing with a 37T...A slave 55T motor and 54 mm tires
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Yeah, I couldn't find any PRS spurs in stock anywhere. So I went with a Kimbrough 116 (biggest pinion for this is a 37 tooth). It fits. But remember this. The Kimbrough spur is off set. So if you put it on wrong, it'll rub. However, putting it on the right way.. the numbers on the spur (in this instance it's the 116) will slightly rub the motor mount. That's how close/clearance is. Just sand it down and it's all good. Now I just gotta find some PRS gears in stock.....

But yeah, wish they made a 4 screw spur mount. That would be nice.....

If you still want prs, try www.teammaximus.com

Heath has them in stock, plus plenty of xray stuff.
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Old 11-05-2005, 10:08 PM   #4490
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Yeah, I couldn't find any PRS spurs in stock anywhere. So I went with a Kimbrough 116 (biggest pinion for this is a 37 tooth). It fits. But remember this. The Kimbrough spur is off set. So if you put it on wrong, it'll rub. However, putting it on the right way.. the numbers on the spur (in this instance it's the 116) will slightly rub the motor mount. That's how close/clearance is. Just sand it down and it's all good. Now I just gotta find some PRS gears in stock.....

But yeah, wish they made a 4 screw spur mount. That would be nice.....
I'll have more 112-118 PRS gears in stock on Monday. They just finished up a run of them.

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Old 11-05-2005, 10:52 PM   #4491
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Hey Jimmy what ya runing with a 37T...A slave 55T motor and 54 mm tires
No goofball... I was test fitting them to see if I can run 19t with it..

Thanks for the update Eric. I checked out your site first when I was looking for them. But you were out and so was everyone else. I'll order 114 and 116 on Monday then...
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Yeah, I couldn't find any PRS spurs in stock anywhere. So I went with a Kimbrough 116 (biggest pinion for this is a 37 tooth). It fits. But remember this. The Kimbrough spur is off set. So if you put it on wrong, it'll rub. However, putting it on the right way.. the numbers on the spur (in this instance it's the 116) will slightly rub the motor mount. That's how close/clearance is. Just sand it down and it's all good. Now I just gotta find some PRS gears in stock.....

But yeah, wish they made a 4 screw spur mount. That would be nice.....
The new extra hard Xray spurs are now available. They are awesome.
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The new extra hard Xray spurs are now available. They are awesome.
64pitch or just 48....?
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I'm not sure if this is true or not, but does xray give you the updated thrust bearing for free if you call in and say you have an earlier fk05 kit? Anybody know the part number?
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New ride. Complete with ugly practice body. Just finished and had to show someone.
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Nice ride! Where did you find that fan mount?
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Thanks alot. I made the fan mount out of a piece of scrap graphite and an Xray top plate post. I can't wait until Sunday.
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I'm not sure if this is true or not, but does xray give you the updated thrust bearing for free if you call in and say you have an earlier fk05 kit? Anybody know the part number?
They sent mine over for free of charge. Follow the steps on this link:
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/new...ce0e6a304d116d
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They sent mine over for free of charge. Follow the steps on this link:
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