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Old 01-13-2013, 02:49 PM   #1
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i am looking at running my new t3 with a xtreme stock esc and a 17.5 motor any set up tips for example pinions and spurs
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i am looking at running my new t3 with a xtreme stock esc and a 17.5 motor any set up tips for example pinions and spurs
Around 3.8 FDR, so 96 tooth spur, 46 pinion (64 pitch).
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Around 3.8 FDR, so 96 tooth spur, 46 pinion (64 pitch).
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thanks for the replys

what would you mean by the +1
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+1, means he agrees with the original info.

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what would you advise on a 48pitch spur and pinion
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what would you advise on a 48pitch spur and pinion
If running indoors, a 64 pitch spur and pinion.
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Thanks for the replies I tried this setup and the car was really nice.

I will be running a 13.5t next weekend any suggestions
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