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Old 10-11-2017, 11:19 AM   #1906
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93.5mm at 48 degrees. Too much timing.
If you run 48* drop down on pinions!

On a 88x40 track we run 48* at a 80mm to start
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Old 10-11-2017, 02:41 PM   #1907
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The majority of guys in the stock main ran right around 94mm @ 41*

John Wiita and I ran 100mm @ 36*

Shawn Rayfield had the best setup in the main and he was at that 94mm @ 41*
Thx. I will give those a try
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Old 10-12-2017, 05:40 AM   #1908
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Thx. I will give those a try
Keep in mind that was a pretty big track, 15 second lap times.
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With the new 2.0 The 1 17.5t, what is a good starting FDR for a tight indoor clay track?
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With the new 2.0 The 1 17.5t, what is a good starting FDR for a tight indoor clay track?
What's the timing? Technical layout?
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What's the timing? Technical layout?
Timing is set at 48 degrees. The track needs a good balance of revs and punch. The track at RC Clubhouse is usually technical with good flow.
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Timing is set at 48 degrees. The track needs a good balance of revs and punch. The track at RC Clubhouse is usually technical with good flow.
Start with a 26 pinion. Toucan go up to 29bteeth. But you'd have to lower the timing. Watch the temps and use a fan
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Start with a 26 pinion. Toucan go up to 29bteeth. But you'd have to lower the timing. Watch the temps and use a fan
I haven't given the spur size, which is why I was asking for an FDR, rather than just a pinion size. Thank you, regardless.
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Old 10-12-2017, 11:56 AM   #1914
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I haven't given the spur size, which is why I was asking for an FDR, rather than just a pinion size. Thank you, regardless.
72 spur
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Keep in mind that was a pretty big track, 15 second lap times.
Yeah the track we race at is big also. I saw them do the walk through of the track. Pretty close to ours.
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72 spur
Thank you. This will help! I have the same question for the 13.5t for 4wd. I'm limited to a 76t spur on the same layout.
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Thank you. This will help! I have the same question for the 13.5t for 4wd. I'm limited to a 76t spur on the same layout.
Not sure. I only race 17.5
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Yeah the track we race at is big also. I saw them do the walk through of the track. Pretty close to ours.
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