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what size spur gear would i need for a 6000kv ezrun in this buggy
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stop your fixation on spur gears. You can run the kit spur in any car, it's the pinion gear you need to alter. Just get yourself a range of 48 dp pinions from 17-23 and then you can alter your ratios easily and go up or down a tooth on the pinion depending on motor, track layout, car etc
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does it need a slipper clutch to stop the main driveshaft from breaking
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For the Ezrun 5.5t you'll want 18, 19 and 20. 20 works for fast flowing tracks, but needs 30C Lipos to get decent punch, 19 is an all rounder and 18 works well indoors or on very tight tracks.
The standard spur is the only size I've seen!
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i am going to run a4600kv motor with my traxxas esc with 19pinion gear
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I am currently runnign the Cyber B10 in the MAM and here a re a list of hopup thing are defontly required.

1) Slipper clutch
2) Centre CVD kit ( Found this one out this week. Looks like the eclip is a poor design and centre dog bone kit uses a scre which oringanly cam from the D4
3) Allloy shocks (again this oringaly came from the D4)
4) A set of from CVDs

Thats it i think every thing else is just BLING and makes the car look pretty.
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that shopping list will make it a fairly expensive car. probably better off getting a second hand D4. D4 has much more bling and all the carbon and alloy, shocks, cvd's etc. second hand they are dirt cheap because the offroad team has practically disappeared, and the spares prices went up massively too
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its or ready got the slipper clutch and the the uj drive shafts main drive shafts under the battery strap and it or ready got the cvd shafts as well so i am sorted thanks anyway guys what a car it is

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Yes the car handles brillently. I have never driven a d4 but from what i can gather from other drivers the cyber is a much more predictable car.

its the best 4wd i have driven
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that sounds ace mate. i had a tl01 that was ok but cost too much in parts and alloy bits as the plastic was nogood
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