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Old 04-28-2019, 03:01 AM
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No cut out for the spur gear? Interesting.
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No cut out for the spur gear? Interesting.
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Is any able to explain the optional gearing available for the A215? i've seen a 39T/12T combo and i assume that is if i want to run a larger spur and smaller clutch bell... like a traditional setup correct? then i've seen 40T/9T and it specifies that is has to be ran together... why is that and what would this combo do for someone? to me it seems it should yield similar speed and torque to the wheels as the stock 43T/10T... so if that's the case what's the purpose of running that combo? last one is the 45T which does not specify what pinion should be ran with it... will it work with the stock 10T? or a 12T? 45T/10T to me would be very torquey and i think would require a small spur and large bell to make up for the loss in speed. If i'm in far left field please help me understand. I'm interested in playing with the ratios but i don't want to waste my time or money if its not really worth it? Thanks in advance for the help
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Is any able to explain the optional gearing available for the A215? i've seen a 39T/12T combo and i assume that is if i want to run a larger spur and smaller clutch bell... like a traditional setup correct? then i've seen 40T/9T and it specifies that is has to be ran together... why is that and what would this combo do for someone? to me it seems it should yield similar speed and torque to the wheels as the stock 43T/10T... so if that's the case what's the purpose of running that combo? last one is the 45T which does not specify what pinion should be ran with it... will it work with the stock 10T? or a 12T? 45T/10T to me would be very torquey and i think would require a small spur and large bell to make up for the loss in speed. If i'm in far left field please help me understand. I'm interested in playing with the ratios but i don't want to waste my time or money if its not really worth it? Thanks in advance for the help
So, for some clarity on all of the gearing options: 39/12 - 47/12 current optional gears (24812) This is used by lots of drivers to calm down the buggy and make it easier to drive on all surface types + much increased durability due to the larger pinion gear being used here, at the sacrifice of clutch bearing life as 5x10x4 are used rather than the 5x13x4 on the 16/17T clutch bells. 43/10 - 45/17 is the stock gearing on the SV, E and A215T. The 40/9 is a rear under drive option. For more acceleration out of corners on low traction tracks etc but at the detriment of steering/ outright speed. 45/10 is an old and now rarely used gearing type (the 10T (8510) pinion is specific to the 45T crown and cannot be swapped with the (8910 or 8912) 10T from the 43T or the 12T from the 39T gear sets.

The New A319 and A319E will use a new gear-set with the ratio of 39/12 - 48/13 for the most durability and ease of drive.
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Originally Posted by Mark Rumble View Post
So, for some clarity on all of the gearing options: 39/12 - 47/12 current optional gears (24812) This is used by lots of drivers to calm down the buggy and make it easier to drive on all surface types + much increased durability due to the larger pinion gear being used here, at the sacrifice of clutch bearing life as 5x10x4 are used rather than the 5x13x4 on the 16/17T clutch bells. 43/10 - 45/17 is the stock gearing on the SV, E and A215T. The 40/9 is a rear under drive option. For more acceleration out of corners on low traction tracks etc but at the detriment of steering/ outright speed. 45/10 is an old and now rarely used gearing type (the 10T (8510) pinion is specific to the 45T crown and cannot be swapped with the (8910 or 8912) 10T from the 43T or the 12T from the 39T gear sets.

The New A319 and A319E will use a new gear-set with the ratio of 39/12 - 48/13 for the most durability and ease of drive.
Thank you very much mark!! that's the info i needed
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