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Old 06-05-2005, 07:58 PM   #1
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I have a tc3 with stock diffs and tires(i dont know the size). Question is, is there a web site where i can look at different ratios to kinda get a starting point. I raced with a 23t pinion and a 72 t spur, no speed on the straights. So i went to a 66t spur, a little better but not much. Thanks
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4ou,

at my local track i am running 64p gears and running 100t spur and 37t pinion
that is a little high but the motors i use like to run hot, but i think 100/35 might be a good starting point

http://www.gearchart.com/

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Chris that was exactly the kind of info i needed. Thanks for the help!
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