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i will phone them and see if the do a metal spur gear and pinion gear
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i will phone them and see if the do a metal spur gear and pinion gear
They won't do a metal spur gear!
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ok thanks i tryed find this item dtxc9403 spur gear can you help me out i think the pitch is different but not spur
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ok thanks i tryed find this item dtxc9403 spur gear can you help me out i think the pitch is different but not spur
All the spurs begin with a 3 on the part number list on the previous page. The pitch refers to the diametric pitch (dp) on a spur, for Duratrax they are either 48 or 64dp.

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the teeth are small on them some i think i should get the duratrax pinion gear 48 pitch pinion gears as my did not work with it. so they must make 1 to fit the spur thanks guys
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the teeth are small on them some i think i should get the duratrax pinion gear 48 pitch pinion gears as my did not work with it. so they must make 1 to fit the spur thanks guys
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got the part numbers off the duratrax website i sent you the link with the instructions on
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you can only run brushed sytem in them which is why the spur gear keep going
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you can only run brushed sytem in them which is why the spur gear keep going
Why do brushed systems chew up the spur gears more often?
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you can only run brushed sytem in them which is why the spur gear keep going
nope you can run either brushed or brushless
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the gears will not take the power of a brushless they was made for brushed have a look on youtube it rips the gear out with brushless when put a bit of power it sound bad rips the spur gear for fun . the slipper disc wear down too quick
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the gears will not take the power of a brushless they was made for brushed have a look on youtube it rips the gear out with brushless when put a bit of power it sound bad rips the spur gear for fun . the slipper disc wear down too quick
Put a slower brushless motor in??? A brushed motor is as quick as a brushless of comparable wind.
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cml will know if you can turn it brushless but need strong gear in the gearbox stronger diff gear ect
i tryed a 10.5 turn too much power . if i cannot turn it brushless i will be selling it
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nope you can run either brushed or brushless

You can run brushless...
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diff the problem not strong and the spur rips the teeth off for fun
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diff the problem not strong and the spur rips the teeth off for fun
A fast brushed motor would do the same though.
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diff the problem not strong and the spur rips the teeth off for fun
Simon.... Brushless motors are just the same as brushed, power wise. Brushless is just more efficient!
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have you got any esc for a 10 turn motor james plz
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have you got any esc for a 10 turn motor james plz

BRUSHED?
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have you got any esc for a 10 turn motor james plz
If you are talking a 10 turn brushed that will kill the gearbox if a 10 turn brushless does.
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