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Old 02-21-2014, 11:00 PM   #1
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Default Kyosho gt2 E? Help!

I am running a gt2 Electric with a MM 2650 motor & esc with a 4s lipo. Spur gear is a 46 & pinion gear is a 25. I am running this setup to drag race 132ft. Car is running okay I want it to have more top end should I use a bigger pinion gear? Or what setup should I run?
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I am running a gt2 Electric with a MM 2650 motor & esc with a 4s lipo. Spur gear is a 46 & pinion gear is a 25. I am running this setup to drag race 132ft. Car is running okay I want it to have more top end should I use a bigger pinion gear? Or what setup should I run?
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At 132 feet, that 2650kv motor is probably not up to speed yet. Try a smaller pinion with that motor, or a larger/higher power/lower KV motor(something like a 4082 Leopard motor) with the 25t pinion.
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