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Old 07-27-2015, 06:59 AM
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So, now I've run into another snag. I finally got around to putting the elctronics in my car and when I went to install my pinion, it was way too big. My kit came with an 84t 48p spur and I was trying to use a 43t pinion for a 3.91 fdr, but the pinion is too big to fit under the top deck. Did anybody ever make a gear chart showing what combos will fit in the r10? I'm gonna need to order some gears it looks like.
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Old 07-27-2015, 08:57 AM
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Originally Posted by JCarr
So, now I've run into another snag. I finally got around to putting the elctronics in my car and when I went to install my pinion, it was way too big. My kit came with an 84t 48p spur and I was trying to use a 43t pinion for a 3.91 fdr, but the pinion is too big to fit under the top deck. Did anybody ever make a gear chart showing what combos will fit in the r10? I'm gonna need to order some gears it looks like.
That's not uncommon for TC kits, it would take 3 spur sizes to cover 17.5, 13.5 and Mod. I'd recommned going to 64p.
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Old 07-27-2015, 09:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
That's not uncommon for TC kits, it would take 3 spur sizes to cover 17.5, 13.5 and Mod. I'd recommned going to 64p.
Since I have to order gears, I plan on going to 64p since I have a bunch of pinions already. I was trying to get a ballpark on how small a spur I can get and still be able to mesh while getting an fdr of around 3.9.
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Old 07-27-2015, 10:29 AM
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88T 64p is recommended unless you want to grind out the center post on the motor mount.

Mine is ground out and I can fit a 92T spur and a 55 pinion.
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Originally Posted by JCarr
Since I have to order gears, I plan on going to 64p since I have a bunch of pinions already. I was trying to get a ballpark on how small a spur I can get and still be able to mesh while getting an fdr of around 3.9.
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I run a 3.91 FDR in 13.5 using (64P) 94/48 combo and it fits well. I also carry a 90 & 98.

A 90/46 (3.91 FDR) combo will not fit. 90/47 (3.82 FDR) or bigger pinion will.
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thanks guys, now I know what I need to get.
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Finally got to do some shake down runs with the new car. All I can say is WOW I really like this car. I put it out there with box stock setup with a 21.5 motor and it was almost dead on the money. Only issue was that it would get a little loose off power, but that was easily corrected by staying on power just a little bit. Not that it's much of a surprise, but this car is miles better than my old 416. Thanks everyone here for all the help and tips that you have shared.
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Originally Posted by Frank Root
That's not uncommon for TC kits, it would take 3 spur sizes to cover 17.5, 13.5 and Mod. I'd recommned going to 64p.
As always, Frank you are so helpful and a wealth of knowledge!
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Great deal... for sale ARC 2015 click here to see.
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Hope everyone is starting to get ready for the indoor season!!! Its coming up quickly!!
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BNIB kit I am selling. Wanted to build it but have had almost zero time to do so.. therefor it is up for grabs. I bought Ivan's roller so I will still enjoy an R10 from time to time
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HI Guys: I guess no one is hanging out at the R10 2013 forum anymore..
Mine was the last post 3 days ago. Anyway, I am looking for a bottom chassis and top carbon brace since I broke mine. I'll go out and buy new if needed, but I figured somebody must have upgraded to the 2015 chassis, and have a 2013 sitting around collecting dust. If so, let me know how much you want for it shipped to Socal.
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hi all!
usually I run with BittYdesing or Montech body on my ARC, never try Blitz Body...but, I would like to try them...
for example, on asphalt what body?
on Carpet?
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