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Old 06-06-2006, 07:40 PM   #4831
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Does anyone know what spur gear to run on the T2? On the O5 I was running the pse 116. I wasnt for sure if the diff in the gearing was going to make a big deal.
Just be careful whose gears you use. The PRS gears are thicker than stock. They work on the 05 but not on the T2 without modification
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PRS has new gears for the T2, or you can use your old ones and countersink the holes for flat head screws!!
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Does anyone know what spur gear to run on the T2? On the O5 I was running the pse 116. I wasnt for sure if the diff in the gearing was going to make a big deal.
YO Midnight how is it going? How is the raceway? Next time I am back to the OK I will stop by and race.
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THanks guys for everything. I went ahead and ordered the 116 and a set of stainless screwz from rcscrewz last night. I hope this 116 works out for me. I was reading last night that there was a problem with the rear hub carrier. Is that fixed yet.
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I was reading last night that there was a problem with the rear hub carrier. Is that fixed yet.
If you insert a set screw into the hole youre not using it should make it stronger. 3x6, 3x8 should be the correct size.
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I think he is talking about the mold issue with the rear toe. The fix your talking about is a problem with crashing lol.

A very good fix though. I will put grubs in my hubs tongiht.
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I think he is talking about the mold issue with the rear toe. The fix your talking about is a problem with crashing lol.

A very good fix though. I will put grubs in my hubs tongiht.

Almost all cars have a slight variation. I have never worried about it because all you need to do to fix it is shim left and right a little different. Although I swear I can feel bigtime the difference between ALL inboard toe in and ALL outboard toe in, but I dont think I can feel the difference of having a 0.075 shim on the left and a 0.04 shim on the right to achieve even total toe in!!
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. I will put grubs in my hubs tongiht.
You should see a doctor for that
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I think he is talking about the mold issue with the rear toe. The fix your talking about is a problem with crashing lol.

A very good fix though. I will put grubs in my hubs tongiht.
My car was on of the secon batch ones and it seemd to be all right.
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Well-I got to thank everyone for the set-up tips. I ran full mod last night and car was awesome from the first battery pack. I had a bad endbell possibly though (sticky brush hood) and roasted two brand new DC 7x1 and 8x1 arms and dumped when a cell decided to give up the ghost on me after charging (PPPPSSSSSSSS...). I got nu luck in club races-EVER!!

I also ran the same-set up first in 19t and it was really good there too. I went mid front and flat pins and high rear roll as many suggested. Easy to drive and good corner speed-just rolled through the apex.

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On carpet, are the majority of you running the standard chassis and top-plate or are you using the BMI stuff?
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Well-I got to thank everyone for the set-up tips. I ran full mod last night and car was awesome from the first battery pack. I had a bad endbell possibly though (sticky brush hood) and roasted two brand new DC 7x1 and 8x1 arms and dumped when a cell decided to give up the ghost on me after charging (PPPPSSSSSSSS...). I got nu luck in club races-EVER!!

I also ran the same-set up first in 19t and it was really good there too. I went mid front and flat pins and high rear roll as many suggested. Easy to drive and good corner speed-just rolled through the apex.

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Sounds good Ray. Interested in your setup.
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