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Old 03-13-2005, 12:26 PM   #1
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I have a 2-speed with 17T/20T pinions and 46T/49T spur gears. What would give me better acceleration, bigger pinions and smaller spurs or smaller pinions and bigger spurs? Thanks for your help!
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Sorry, just to clarify, it is a 2-speed with 17T/49T 1st gear, and 20T/46T 2nd gear.
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Smaller pinions and bigger spurs. The pinions make the bigest diference.
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