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  • oohh, oohh,oooh.......can i play here!!?!?
    Matincore, I also read your posts and i think you were the RUDE one here too!

    Being a Serpent driver/owner I can have all the confidence that the new 705 will speak for its self!!
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  • Quote:
    Originally posted by PUNISHER
    oohh, oohh,oooh.......can i play here!!?!?
    Matincore, I also read your posts and think you were the RUDE one here too!

    Being a Serpent driver/owner I can have all the confidence that the new 705 will speak for its self!!
    i do how you feel punisher!! sorry that you are one of the snake owner ! but not for initiald!!
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  • I am still driving my V1RR, and my serpents.
    V1R do not have any overdrive if i remember correctly but the RR does..
    let the guys here post about their stuff and their findings
    and let not tread into their space.
    anyway i read about you posting about Kyosho Drivers using serpent 2speed.... That is not possible at all......someone is pulling your leg on this


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    Originally posted by InitialD
    AMGRacer, can I know how you arrived at such overdrive figures of the V1RR with 27T side pulley?

    Front drive ratio = 32T / 18T x 27T / 19T = 2.5263

    Rear drive ratio = 48T / 19T = 2.5263

    Both front and rear drive ratio is exactly the same. Assuming both front and rear tires are equal in diameter (which they are if you buy them stock), how does that make 0.5 to 0.9% overdrive?
    Hmmmm you are right. I did this calculation more than a year ago and found a front overdrive. I must have miscounted some pulley teeth
  • ODR tool
    download this tool,you will need it.

    http://www.stsrc.com.tw/info/ratio.zip

    1)download and unzip it.
    2)calculate the teeth of the pulleys and edit the table.
    3)than press the [SAVE] button.

    Well,you can start to calculate the gear ratio for your 3-belts drive R/C cars.
  • Re: ODR tool
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    Originally posted by dino.tw
    download this tool,you will need it.

    http://www.stsrc.com.tw/info/ratio.zip

    1)download and unzip it.
    2)calculate the teeth of the pulleys and edit the table.
    3)than press the [SAVE] button.

    Well,you can start to calculate the gear ratio for your 3-belts drive R/C cars.
    I have this tool for a while and do like it much ! do you have a palm version so that we may do it at the track?
  • I wrote it several years ago,when i still a newbie.I used Delphi to create it.Maybe i should do another JAVA version.

    But!Do you have time when you stay at the track?Don't lie to me.The playing time is already not enough,how can you take out your Palm?Haha....It's a joke....

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