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Old 02-12-2005, 05:06 PM   #1
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Does anyone here know if and where you can get a rollout chart and download it to your laptop? I wont have net access at my track but I want a rollout chart. Please if you know help me out
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Old 02-12-2005, 05:22 PM   #2
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ya i need this also!
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A simple spread should do that for you or go here: http://www.ycityhobby.com/
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Old 02-12-2005, 07:13 PM   #4
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I just use one I built using MS Excel.
Just fill what your spur is, starting pinion size, starting tire size, and Reduction. Then you can save it for a particular car or print it so you don't have to take the laptop

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Here is the file
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Here is the one I use for my Pro4.
If your a different ratio, just replace the one that is listed or get rid of it for direct drive cars.
Type in the info in the yellow boxes and it calculates rollout for you automatically in the green box.

http://www.atalantadesign.com/pro4rollout.xls
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A simple spread should do that for you or go here: http://www.ycityhobby.com/
what is the number going up the left of the chart? Is that the tire diameter?

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what is the number going up the left of the chart? Is that the tire diameter?

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Its the final gear ratio.
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So then were does the Tire Diameter go? Im confused now. lol
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So then were does the Tire Diameter go? Im confused now. lol
So was I when I saw that thing.
I'm thinking that they are assuming you are using standard rubber tire size?
Just use the one I posted above and change the ratio for whatever car you are using.
What car are you driving?
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ive got a xxxs. Yea I think I will use yours.. Cept I am not sure if I can download it on our laptop. We will see. Otherwise maybe I can make one using a spread sheet??
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