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Old 09-20-2011, 02:35 AM   #1
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Exclamation Rookie gear questions:

I have a 102T spur gear,intended to match with 41T 64P pinion gear.What type of brushless motor/T (13T or 12T) is recommended n wat battery to go with? I'm playing on my Tamiya M-05R 1/10.

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I have a 102T spur gear,intended to match with 41T 64P pinion gear.What type of brushless motor/T (13T or 12T) is recommended n wat battery to go with? I'm playing on my Tamiya M-05R 1/10.
Generally, gearing goes the other way - you buy the motor first and then adapt your gear ratio to fit that.

Most people run very mild motors in the Tamiya M-chassis cars. Your best bet for a recommendation would be to re-post this question in the thread for that type of car here: http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...oper-1053.html
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