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Old 08-18-2011, 04:04 PM   #1
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Exclamation hsp metal 2 speed gear box help

hi i got a 2 speed wind hobby which is exactly the same as a hsp 1/10th scale im wonting to put a 2 speed metal gear box in it but its not a factory option maybe someone knows how the about this maybe making a custom metal gear box that has 2 speed on the internet apparently it has been done before. maybe some one knows of a place that make custom radio control transmission gear that may be able to help. i have herd of people using the one speed metal transmission from that plaig rc shop that have a few custom hsp parts for sale people saying that one speed is better im a bit confused by this. i know it sounds weird but im wonting to find out ways to incress the speed with the stock motor with out changing the motor ive already put ball bearings in the wheels and ive noticed a huge speed incress i am using that aluminium exhaust up grade the hsp one not sure if it tuned pipe or not. so maybe some one out there can give me some advice on what i can do to incress the speed of it with out changing the motor i have put in a alumium clutch shoe has givin it more start up torch.
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