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Old 06-23-2003, 05:56 PM   #5761
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Thanks Data, much appreciated
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DATA knows everything. stefan, don't forget to pick the belt that is 6.000mm ok?
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Old 06-23-2003, 06:44 PM   #5763
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I called Mugen Racing today and they have the new gear sets available.
1st gear Spurs: 58,59,60
1st gear pinions: 20,21,22
2nd gear Spurs: 52,53,54
2nd gear pinions: 25,26,27,28,29
These gears will really help narrow the splits between 1st and 2nd gears, and also really give you a low drive ratio if needed for big tracks.
For example 2nd gear: 52/29 combo yields 4.53....whoa....I'll be able to tame any straight with that ratio.

I ordered the gears from nitro house. Hope this helps some.
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I called Mugen Racing today and they have the new gear sets available.
1st gear Spurs: 58,59,60
1st gear pinions: 20,21,22
2nd gear Spurs: 52,53,54
2nd gear pinions: 25,26,27,28,29
These gears will really help narrow the splits between 1st and 2nd gears, and also really give you a low drive ratio if needed for big tracks.
For example 2nd gear: 52/29 combo yields 4.53....whoa....I'll be able to tame any straight with that ratio.

I ordered the gears from nitro house. Hope this helps some.
i pick up a set of those gear from Mr. Lam last night. each of the gear comes with a gear ratio chart and the ratio is down to 0.001 i think it is not enough for DATA who needs 0.0001 !
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Old 06-23-2003, 07:04 PM   #5765
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i pick up a set of those gear from Mr. Lam last night. each of the gear comes with a gear ratio chart and the ratio is down to 0.001 i think it is not enough for DATA who needs 0.0001 !
Good!

We expect a full report by the next two weeks.
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Old 06-23-2003, 07:07 PM   #5766
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Were can I purchase the Fast Tyres online for cheap? I was about to purchase some on Ebay then the auction went away

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Good!

We expect a full report by the next two weeks.
except that the weather is fine here
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thanks for noticing that. When'll you'll be running the 24K gold shock shafts?
nope, i prefer to run the 'Platinum' shock shafts..
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Were can I purchase the Fast Tyres online for cheap? I was about to purchase some on Ebay then the auction went away

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Anyone ???
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i pick up a set of those gear from Mr. Lam last night. each of the gear comes with a gear ratio chart and the ratio is down to 0.001 i think it is not enough for DATA who needs 0.0001 !
where do we start with these gearing? any recommendation?
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another view of my beefed camber link
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I suggest looking at the mugen site it has the two gear charts for the standard gearing and also the new 0.8 gears. There you can compare what you are currently using and then see what gear ratio will marry up with the new 0.8 gears. Mugen
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Is that the Kawahara adjustable rear sway bar set I see on your car? How do you find it? is the stiffest setting on the adjustable bar harder than the 2.5mm mugen optional rear sway bar? how does the lightest settiging compare to the standard mugen rear sway bar?
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Eddie, is there anything different between the Mugen belts and the Kawahara belts? materials? width?
The Kawahara is softer belt and dull, while the Mugen is harder and shinier.
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Is that the Kawahara adjustable rear sway bar set I see on your car? How do you find it? is the stiffest setting on the adjustable bar harder than the 2.5mm mugen optional rear sway bar? how does the lightest settiging compare to the standard mugen rear sway bar?
yeap..that's the Kawa Adj Anti Roll Bar Set.
This is a must-get hop up, seriously! The adj stiffness allows me to adj according to the different track conditions. Yes, it is harder than the 2.5mm ones!

the lightest of this adj roll bar is just about the same as with the stock ones!
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