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Old 05-02-2005, 08:49 PM
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LOL....You guys are too much!! LOL

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Oh come on...we need to here the Reasons "WHY" you can't go
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Gentalmen patience! we will have Mr. EA at the event. I will be picking Mister Anderson up and delivering him to the track!

I have threaten to kill his livestock of sheep if he doesnt comply!!!!

Hey Eric why do you have sheep?
Oh wait! Insert cuello rojo joke here!
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how should i gear a 19t C2 motor tuned by the man himself EA..

noticed that the RPM and torque is not significantly more than a EA monster stock ... actually sometimes it's less ..

For stock i run 24/26 tooth pinion to a 76tooth spur.

Tried running the 19t the other day on a high grip large flowing track and i was gearing it with a 32/35 tooth pinion. But still was not sure if it was right ...

I drive a 415 with foams on outdoor asphalt tracks ..

pls advise thanx ...
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The 19 turn is dynoed at different amp loads than the stocks are. Thats the reason in RPM difference. Are you running foam tires or rubber tires?

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Originally posted by speedxl
Gentalmen patience! we will have Mr. EA at the event. I will be picking Mister Anderson up and delivering him to the track!

I have threaten to kill his livestock of sheep if he doesnt comply!!!!

Hey Eric why do you have sheep?
Oh wait! Insert cuello rojo joke here!
hmmmm sheep ......
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Old 05-02-2005, 09:02 PM
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Originally posted by elusive-drfiter
how should i gear a 19t C2 motor tuned by the man himself EA..

noticed that the RPM and torque is not significantly more than a EA monster stock ... actually sometimes it's less ..

For stock i run 24/26 tooth pinion to a 76tooth spur.

Tried running the 19t the other day on a high grip large flowing track and i was gearing it with a 32/35 tooth pinion. But still was not sure if it was right ...

I drive a 415 with foams on outdoor asphalt tracks ..

pls advise thanx ...
We need to know the size of tires if your running foam. Since your running foams start somewhere around a Final drive ratio of 5.80. keep an eye on the color of the comm!

How long is the track ( front or back straight), is it technical, and what are typical lap times?
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Old 05-02-2005, 09:46 PM
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We need to know the size of tires if your running foam. Since your running foams start somewhere around a Final drive ratio of 5.80. keep an eye on the color of the comm!

How long is the track ( front or back straight), is it technical, and what are typical lap times?

I race on foam tires with a dia of 61mm ... final drive was best at 5.09 ... straight is prob 40m long ...

narrow sweepers in the mid field ...

best times was 14 laps 5.08
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hey Eric if me and Chris help out getting you out here, Will you tune or handouts?????Hint Hint.....
If so let me know I will send in my entry in the Morning.
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speedxl, please tell what the color of the comm indicates. I've noticed that sometimes the comm turns an orange color and sometimes it stays shiny copper color. Does the color indicate heat due to under-gearing or something else? Thanks in advance.
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speedxl, please tell what the color of the comm indicates. I've noticed that sometimes the comm turns an orange color and sometimes it stays shiny copper color. Does the color indicate heat due to under-gearing or something else? Thanks in advance.
here's my color scheme.

comm/wires color
BLACK: buy a new motor.
DARK BROWN: toasted (same with the wires) beyond way over geared. smoking! there goes that motor.
Brown: getting to "toasted" WAY over geared.
Orange: over geared a tad.. better gear down.
Copper: gearing is just right.

oh ya..EA..toasted a C19 last saturday. car was fast. after my run.... smelled like i was BBQing some ribs or something.
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Originally posted by Cottontop
speedxl, please tell what the color of the comm indicates. I've noticed that sometimes the comm turns an orange color and sometimes it stays shiny copper color. Does the color indicate heat due to under-gearing or something else? Thanks in advance.
If its coppered colored then you pretty much hit the gearing right. If its red you need to lower the ratio by going bigger on the pinion gear. If it looks orange you may need to go down one pinion , going to a higher ratio.
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Guess we have to make arrangements for the team boss to get picked up at the Airport.

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Originally posted by speedxl
Guess we have to make arrangements for the team boss to get picked up at the Airport.
You know how much I love Traffic.......Problem is I can not Hack like on the track....LOL
If there is need a ride let me know.....
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Originally posted by speedxl
Guess we have to make arrangements for the team boss to get picked up at the Airport.
LAX or San Diego..?????

I fly in from Japan on the 23rd to LAX.... if He's coming in to LA I have him covered but if it"s San Diego.... He will have to use the "FOOT MOBILE"
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LAX........ Late Wednesday night.

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LAX........ Late Wednesday night.

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hmmmm I think I can pick him up does he have a place to stay at yet..??
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