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Old 09-02-2011, 06:12 PM   #1
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hello i have a tc3 and i want it to go faster.
i heard you can remove the carb restrictor.. what is that? will that do damage and what will it do?
and what pinion and spur sizes is the best?
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Remove the carb restrictor for more top end, and, for even more top end ,get (54t/21t) for 1st gear / (48t/27t) for 2nd gear !!!!! You better setup your car to handle all that speed !!!
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