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It depends what belt pulley you are using (17t or 20t).  I think it's 1.8:1 for the 20t pulley or 2.1:1 for the 17t pulley.
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Originally posted by cossie cossie wrote:

We like the to run this motor on the Long tracks, and High traction (Carpet) tracks. Be sure to set the Differential "Tight" like on the low turn Mod. motors. Typically the Pinion ranges from 16-20 PINION . We use the Timing mode 1, Frequency mode 1 and Current Limit -60amp for racing conditions. This system Catapults the car out of the corners to a very high Top speed. FOR Advanced Racer Only!!!

this does not say what size pinion they used, the internal gear rational of the car, or the size/weight of the car

pinion sizes and int. gear ratios differ from car-to-car so this can cause totally different overall gear ratios!(plus how heavy the car is--load on the motor)

the point here is that the same engine and spur in diff. cars may need diff. pinions cuz the int. gear ratios are different

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