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Old 12-06-2017, 04:44 PM   #286
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I'm thinking of getting one for VTA racing, but wonder - can you get gearing down to about 3.6 or so?
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Yep I'm down to 2.96 if considering using 2.4 as IR with 74T spur (Axon and Arrowmax do these) and 60T pinion (64p) on my TB Exo6. Should be able to do the same on the Evo 7
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Yep I'm down to 2.96 if considering using 2.4 as IR with 74T spur (Axon and Arrowmax do these) and 60T pinion (64p) on my TB Exo6. Should be able to do the same on the Evo 7
Isn't Evo6/7 internal ratio 2.5 (16/40T) ? 2.4 was evo5, which had 39T ring gear
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Isn't Evo6/7 internal ratio 2.5 (16/40T) ? 2.4 was evo5, which had 39T ring gear
Yes, Evo 6 and 7 have both IDR 2.5. Same gearbox internals.
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Manual of TB EVO 7 can be downloaded here:

https://tamiyablog.com/2017/12/assem...evo-7-chassis/

It's originated from Tamiya Germany.
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