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Default C4.1 Gearing on a 7.5

As title gearing for a 7.5 please
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Cheers is a 78t standard size what comes with the b4 i don't have the kit yet !
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Cheers is a 78t standard size what comes with the b4 i don't have the kit yet !
The kit come with 81 spur. 78/24 = 81/25. Check http://www.gearchart.com/index.cfm?f...n=chart.create for a full chart plot. Aint 8,45 final output a bit low? Eg Novak rec a output at 9,5 for a 7.5T(2wd buggy).
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It depends a lot on the brand of motor, with the kit 81t spur I'd start on about a 23t pinion (on the small side for a 7.5) and go from there
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I've got my speed passion 7.5v3 on 75/27.
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I've got my speed passion 7.5v3 on 75/27.
You're an animal though!!

Reedy - 78/23
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I'll be using speed passion motors aswell looks like spur gears and pinions on the shopping list !
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What do you achieve by using a smaller(or bigger) spur, exept from a wider range to use a handful of pinions?
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What do you achieve by using a smaller(or bigger) spur, exept from a wider range to use a handful of pinions?
Weight distribution on my B4.1
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