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Old 04-11-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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Default integy Matrix V10.R19S EVO2 gearing?

hey everyone.
hope this hasn't been answered anywhere else, if so please link. ( i couldn't find anything)
I'm just wondering what everyone recommends for my gearing, i have a Matrix V10.R19S EVO2-RED19, the part number is M1904R .

i have a tamiya tb03. so any recommendations for spur and pinion gear size would be great?
also if you know anything more or have any tips of this motor that would be much appreciated.
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hey everyone.
hope this hasn't been answered anywhere else, if so please link. ( i couldn't find anything)
I'm just wondering what everyone recommends for my gearing, i have a Matrix V10.R19S EVO2-RED19, the part number is M1904R .

i have a tamiya tb03. so any recommendations for spur and pinion gear size would be great?
also if you know anything more or have any tips of this motor that would be much appreciated.
cheers
assuming that I read that right, and you have a 19T spec motor, 6.8FDR was a spot I liked. for 80 x 30
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hey yer it is a 19T spec. so you found 80t x 30t was good. ill go pick up those timor and try em out. was that running the motor hot or just a good temp? cause only got a heat sink.
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Basic rules of gearing:

ESC HOT and motor COLD, under geared.
Motor HOT and ESC Cold, over geared.

Gear for FDR to suit the track you are running on and adjust to suit for temps, or gear for MAX motor temp at the end of race duration.
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Old 04-12-2012, 06:14 AM   #5
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okay cool. thanks very much. thats very helpful. i will have to test a few sizes to see what works best. i knew all along thats way id have to do but i was just hunting for a starting point. but thanks very much.
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