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FTQMODELS
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PostSubject: Motor Gearing   Motor Gearing Icon_minitimeThu May 24, 2007 3:50 pm

A lot of people have been asking me latley how to gear motors for certain tracks. Well the best way to gear your car is by the lenght of the straight. To do this you should be at full speed by the time you are past 3/4 of the length of the straight. This should then give you the wright accellerarion through the infield. It's a good starting point for when you go to tracks were you have no idea of the ratio's for certain motors. Failing that just ask the locals, but try to ask someone in the top heat as they normally no the best ratios for most motors and dont normally lie in my experience. Then you should only have the driving to worry about and the motor going bang. Hope this was of help to someone out there.

Until next time:
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Ali Can
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PostSubject: Re: Motor Gearing   Motor Gearing Icon_minitimeThu May 24, 2007 4:34 pm

I have few nice experiences about this question lol! Some people keep it as a top secret Smile
Special thanx to Mark & Scott again and again
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PostSubject: Re: Motor Gearing   Motor Gearing Icon_minitimeFri May 25, 2007 11:24 am

Were always glad to help anyone. Thats what its all about, freedom of information helps everyone. Just glad to be of assistance.Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Motor Gearing   Motor Gearing Icon_minitimeMon May 28, 2007 10:11 pm

what would you gear a 27t monster stock on if the straight is about 70ft long Question
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PostSubject: Re: Motor Gearing   Motor Gearing Icon_minitimeTue May 29, 2007 11:48 am

Hard to say exactley but you should be at full speed after 50 -55 feet.
I would probally try 9.40 as a starting point and then go 1 tooth either way for more top end a bigger pinion for more accelleration one tooth lower.
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