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Old 05-04-2012, 05:45 PM   #31
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Also if your still looking for a three hole gear the xray 96t 64 pitch is what i use and it mounts perfect
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Old 05-04-2012, 08:14 PM   #32
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Thank you all for helping me, the response has been great!!!!!!

I did not think it would work with only 2 screws but, it does THANKS AGAIN!!
Thats great! Where do you race your vta ?
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Thats great! Where do you race your vta ?
With the M.S.R.A. out of memphis tenn. We are currentlt racing on a old go kart track that is awesome. tire wear is awesome, and the track is big.
check it out.
www.msra-racing.com
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I'm confused by, uh... your confusion. I did a test fit of various 64P gears on my TC6 and can fit anything from 112/22 (FDR = 10.18) down to 76/60 (FDR = 2.53) without modifying anything. For USVTA with the 25.5 motor (assuming your local track uses full USVTA rules), you'll probably want to gear in the 3.5 - 4.0 range depending on the track size. There is NO limit to FDR in the national USVTA rules.
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I'm confused by, uh... your confusion. I did a test fit of various 64P gears on my TC6 and can fit anything from 112/22 (FDR = 10.18) down to 76/60 (FDR = 2.53) without modifying anything. For USVTA with the 25.5 motor (assuming your local track uses full USVTA rules), you'll probably want to gear in the 3.5 - 4.0 range depending on the track size. There is NO limit to FDR in the national USVTA rules.
His track may have a gearing restriction outside of USVTA rules.
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