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Old 12-30-2010, 02:42 PM
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What is a good gearing for a small track for the v one rrr. I just got one the other day and looking for a good set up for a short smooth pavement course.
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What is a good gearing for a small track for the v one rrr. I just got one the other day and looking for a good set up for a short smooth pavement course.
16/60 or 16/61 & 22/56 is usually perfect for small tracks.

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chickentrader, How big is Nitro RC down there. I am going to be in Darwin and Townsville this summer and I am trying to figure if I should pack my car for the trip or not.
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chickentrader, How big is Nitro RC down there. I am going to be in Darwin and Townsville this summer and I am trying to figure if I should pack my car for the trip or not.
Im not even sure if racing is there or not, I know it is in other places, but NT would be a good question,.
Im sure there would be tracks somewhere there.
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Shakespear. I am sorry where is NT? I only go there for work and not too familiar with anything but generally my hotel room and the occational pub.
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Northern Territory or Darwin Area. I presume he was talking about.
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chickentrader, How big is Nitro RC down there. I am going to be in Darwin and Townsville this summer and I am trying to figure if I should pack my car for the trip or not.
Townsville Model Off-Road Club at: http://www.tmorc.org.au/index.html also has on-road racing meetings. Your best bet is to contact: President Keith Williams, Email: [email protected] Phone: 0401277118 to find out more.

Darwin only has an off-road racing club as far as I know, but you could contact OCR Raceway at: http://www.ocrraceway.com/Contact.html, and ask them about it.

You probably need to come to one of the bigger state capitals (Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney) to find consistent and well supported on-road Nitro car race meetings.

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What is a good gearing for a small track for the v one rrr. I just got one the other day and looking for a good set up for a short smooth pavement course.
How small are you talking if your staightaway is like 100 ft and you have a short infield staight about 50 or 60 ft then I would run 16/61 20/ 56 and set the twospeed to shift earlier then when you run taller gears and you will have a rocket, now you will notice that these gears do wear more then the bigger gears.
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Does anyone have a parts listing for the new parts that come on the Shimo addition with part numbers?
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anyone?
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What do you mean by new part? The parts the Shimo Ed. comes with that the Evo 2 doesn't have?
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Yes, just the parts that are different on the shimo car, i cant find part numbers anywhere. I have an evo 2 wc and want to upgrade the shocks, shock towers, and rear hubs.
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