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Old 12-03-2005, 08:41 AM   #1
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hey im getting the os cvr slide carb, I have a rs4 3 evo with a ths pipe stock engine. When i get the .18 os what gearing should i get? Thanks

heres the gear chart that i think i should get:

1st gear pinion gear: 17T Gold Hpi pinion

2nd gear pinion gear: 21T Gold Hpi pinion

1st gear spur gear: 43T plastic spur

2 gear spur gear: 39T plastic spur

i want go go atleast 55 but still have faster than stock acceleration
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hey im getting the os cvr slide carb, I have a rs4 3 evo with a ths pipe stock engine. When i get the .18 os what gearing should i get? Thanks

heres the gear chart that i think i should get:

1st gear pinion gear: 17T Gold Hpi pinion

2nd gear pinion gear: 21T Gold Hpi pinion

1st gear spur gear: 43T plastic spur

2 gear spur gear: 39T plastic spur

i want go go atleast 55 but still have faster than stock acceleration
With the os 18 your going to have plenty acceleration. I would give it higher gearing a bit so you dont get too much acceleration and will get more top-speed....but be careful if you run in parkinglots and stuff your car is going to be hitting things a bit harder...therefore breaking more stuff.
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Alright thanks and how is this engine compared to the os tz like whats the difference thanks.
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TZ blows it away in all aspecs and is a newer more race breed design. Its probably the strongest .18 you can find.

CV-R is good solid , easy to tune yet still powerful but no where near the speed of the TZ series.
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K i might get that then if my roto start system for my t-15 stock engine in the evo well fit in the os .12 tz (p)-T 3- Port turbo. If you know please tell me thanks
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Nvm im gonna stick with the .18, what would the speed be with the .12 tz with the gearings up there compared to the .18 cvrx ( wich im gonna take pull of )
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