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Old 10-04-2014, 09:55 AM   #1
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Default X-ray gearing help!

I've been out of RC for a while now, mostly due to local shops and tracks closing. Recently, a friend of mine has been build a touring car for speed bashing so I figured I'd do the same even though I do enjoy carpet racing more.

What gearing setup do you guys suggest to start with? I have a X-ray T2 009. I put an old mamba monster esc on it with a 4600kv and 5s 60c 4000mah. I have a heats sink I strapped on the motor but I'm worried ab the gearing. Currently have 64 pitch spur and pinion on it. I believe it's 104//28.

Also, would a solid diff be better than ball diff?

Thanks for your help and suggestions.
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Any suggestions???
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Is that too much voltage for the motor?
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