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Old 04-21-2005, 09:54 PM   #4471
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20/51 25/46 will this combo pull me down a 180 to 200 straight ,my engine jp rs12,s1 37t ring gears .nimo,INitialD,jefferylin can i get some feedback,i hve run the 22/29,22/27 an i also hve 22/28 these combos work great,but with a mod eng running 36% nitro wants the straight to be longer.the track will be the lakeland track,dont know how long straight is.
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Old 04-21-2005, 10:20 PM   #4472
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20/51 25/46 will this combo pull me down a 180 to 200 straight ,my engine jp rs12,s1 37t ring gears .nimo,INitialD,jefferylin can i get some feedback,i hve run the 22/29,22/27 an i also hve 22/28 these combos work great,but with a mod eng running 36% nitro wants the straight to be longer.the track will be the lakeland track,dont know how long straight is.
Hi There, I'd run at least 22/27 with small tires (less than 60mm). Unless you run huge tires I think 20/25 would be undergeared.
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Old 04-21-2005, 10:37 PM   #4473
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20/51 25/46 will this combo pull me down a 180 to 200 straight ,my engine jp rs12,s1 37t ring gears .nimo,INitialD,jefferylin can i get some feedback,i hve run the 22/29,22/27 an i also hve 22/28 these combos work great,but with a mod eng running 36% nitro wants the straight to be longer.the track will be the lakeland track,dont know how long straight is.
hey bobby in lakeland i ran the 21/27 combo with the kawahara conversion and with 57mm tyres and perfect top end at the end of the straight. i thin lakeland is around 175 ft but i cant be sure.
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Old 04-22-2005, 05:15 PM   #4474
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bobby here again my local hbs can get my 45t spur because the cant get the parts through GreatPlains so need a good ratio i think the straight is about 175ft. i went back and read that jefferylin ran the 22/50 27/46 combo .what about 22/50 28/46 i hve these combos,also i hve the 23t pinion.i main run the 22/50 27/45 but i dont hve 45t spur.so i hve to get a combo that is as close as i can get HELP NEEDED
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Old 04-22-2005, 05:46 PM   #4475
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in the fall 2004 issue of touring cars the fw-05r was rated the best chassis.
my question is which one is better, the fw-05r or the v one r, or the v one rrr?

pls lemme know i'd like to add a kyosho to my line-up!

bear with me. had to post it on the kyosho thread to generate more feedback
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Old 04-22-2005, 05:47 PM   #4476
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For a track that size I would run 21/55 and 27/45. I don't know what the infield is like but if it's no too technical, you shouldn't have any problems with 22/56 and 28/46. I hear the tractoin is really good at Lakeland so the better route would be to gear higher and cut the tires small.
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Old 04-22-2005, 05:58 PM   #4477
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For a track that size I would run 21/55 and 27/45. I don't know what the infield is like but if it's no too technical, you shouldn't have any problems with 22/56 and 28/46. I hear the tractoin is really good at Lakeland so the better route would be to gear higher and cut the tires small.
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45T and 46T spur is not that much of a difference. I run 22/50 27/45 but 46 would work just as good.
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in the fall 2004 issue of touring cars the fw-05r was rated the best chassis.
my question is which one is better, the fw-05r or the v one r, or the v one rrr?

pls lemme know i'd like to add a kyosho to my line-up!

bear with me. had to post it on the kyosho thread to generate more feedback
Do you race? It depends on the track you run. If the traction is really good the FW05 works well, Otherwise RRR is easier to set up and drive.
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Old 04-22-2005, 07:15 PM   #4480
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Default BEST KYOSHO CHASSIS

Yeah i'll be getting into racing this summer and do want to bash the same time.
i've decided my next car has to be shaft though..........after my experience bashing with belt drive .
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Have anyone tried a solid front on their FW05R?
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For a track that size I would run 21/55 and 27/45. I don't know what the infield is like but if it's no too technical, you shouldn't have any problems with 22/56 and 28/46. I hear the tractoin is really good at Lakeland so the better route would be to gear higher and cut the tires small.
Hi! Where did you get those 55 and 56 Spurs for the FW?
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i have tried the spool that i have for the fw-05. mega push and pulls hard out of the corner, way too hard. not recomended. i have a prototype spool for the fw 05. dont ask where i got it, i have connections w/kyosho. i am the 3rd driver that has tested it and all of us dont like it. thanks. hack!!!
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Have anyone tried a solid front on their FW05R?
I have and soon removed it as it makes the car unpredictable.
If the track you plan to run on has a lot of heavy braking/hairpin turns then it would work, but if you have a flowing corner / have to brake on a curve / or even negotiate a chicane then a solid is a big no as it kicks the rear with no warning (yes, kicks the rear even though it's in the front).
I used the 3racing one for the RRR
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hey i found a good 22/50 28/46 top is good.hey nimo i hve run the serpent cleaning clay, in my front diff it works pretty good . at the winternats i saw murnan running the solid frt in his RRR at Fort Meyers.I think on a high traction track it works well, an i think to if dial out some steering it would help if you run on high flowing tracks.thats if you running the rrr frt hubs.thats just my two cents.
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