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Old 11-08-2005, 08:09 PM   #4156
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To cancel out the overdrive on the RRR, do you change the pulley to the 24t and just change the belt???? It appears as though the MTX4 does not currently over you this option! I look forward to reading some response

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hmm i thought my friend told me that MTX4 comes with 23t and 24t pulley, i could've heard it wrongly
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Old 11-09-2005, 01:08 AM   #4157
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hmm i thought my friend told me that MTX4 comes with 23t and 24t pulley, i could've heard it wrongly
You are correct that they come with the two pullies, but from what i understand they both produce overdrive... one just not as much as the other

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Old 11-09-2005, 01:14 AM   #4158
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hmm i thought my friend told me that MTX4 comes with 23t and 24t pulley, i could've heard it wrongly

Thats correct the MTX-4 does come with both 23t and 24t
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Old 11-09-2005, 01:17 AM   #4159
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Yes, that's all you need to do.
Thank you, i think you just made my car choice awhole lot easier

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Old 11-09-2005, 02:19 AM   #4160
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oh ya, no wonder i'm a bit puzzled when my friend said he still need to run a split even if he change pulley.
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Old 11-09-2005, 04:07 AM   #4161
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To get 1:1 ratio you need a 25T pulley (on MTX-4)
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hey guys, where can i get the belt for 24T pulley. thanks
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hey guys, where can i get the belt for 24T pulley. thanks
What do you have up your sleeve Lucas? Trying something new with your car again?
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what's up Roy, yeah i never try running 24T..just want to try, i have quite few rear tires that i can't use because of the 2mm split. You ready for the fusion?
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23t pulley - more torque (exiting curves and cornering)
24t pulley - more top end (long straights)

so choose your weapon
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23t pulley - more torque (exiting curves and cornering)
24t pulley - more top end (long straights)

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MRX Joe, they are referring to the front pulley, not the pinon. The fron pulley affects the overdrive of the front wheel, not the overall final drive ratio.
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MRX Joe, they are referring to the front pulley, not the pinon. The fron pulley affects the overdrive of the front wheel, not the overall final drive ratio.
If your using 23t pulley It helps your front wheel more torque. If you using 24t pulley it helps your front wheel more top end trust me...
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If your using 23t pulley It helps your front wheel more torque. If you using 24t pulley it helps your front wheel more top end trust me...
23T pulley will spin your front tires faster, thus you need to true your front tires down to achieve the same travel rate. The 24T pulley will spin your front and rear wheel at the same rate, thus allow you to run same size tire front and rear.

This is a tuning option that you use for both handling and tire wear management. Nothing to do with the top end.
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MRX Joe, they are referring to the front pulley, not the pinon. The fron pulley affects the overdrive of the front wheel, not the overall final drive ratio.
The word "EFFECTS" if you change your pulley 23t or 24t.Iit effectS your overdrive right? but once you change your pulley. Your feel the defference bet. bottom and top...
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