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    .06 Mod Pinion

    Where can i get a .06 Mod Pinion??
    48 Pitch??
    links??

    i think someone posted this before but i cant find the posts...
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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    Pede is the man, get in touch with him.
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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    Robinson racing pinions 48p metric http://cgi.ebay.com/Robinson-Racing-...item563b5224d2

    These are supposed to be steel alloy but i find they only last a little longer than the aluminum tamiya ones.
    The plastic spur in my mt-10 seems to be very hard and wears out pinions quickly.


    or tamiya av pinions, http://cgi.ebay.com/Tamiya-50354-RC-...item1e5b47f1b5

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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    so the 6 mod is the same as the 48 Pitch Metric ones???
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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    yep, have one in my mt10 right now.

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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    48P is NOT the same as MOD .06.

    I'm sitting here with a Tamiya TA05 M-Four and a bunch of 48P pinions and the .06 18T it comes with is bigger than the 48P 18T I already had.

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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    You can't use 48 pitch with 0.6 mod. There is a big size difference

    Here are some high quality 0.6 mod pinions

    http://www.robinsonracing.com/catalog/32pitchpinion.html

    scroll down to the 0.6 mod section

    Yeah Racing also sells 0.6 mod pinions but they arehard coated aluminium, not good against a steel spur but fine with a plastic one

    Novak also sells 0.6 mod pinions, not sure how good they are, its says aluminium too

    http://www.rcmart.com/pinion-spur-motor-gear-motor-gear32-pitch-05061-c-1293_1519.html
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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    Now is that mod 0.6 OR .06, cause they would be different. No?

    ORIGINAL: Haddi Taha

    You can't use 48 pitch with 0.6 mod. There is a big size difference

    Here are some high quality 0.6 mod pinions

    http://www.robinsonracing.com/catalog/32pitchpinion.html

    scroll down to the 0.6 mod section

    Yeah Racing also sells 0.6 mod pinions but they arehard coated aluminium, not good against a steel spur but fine with a plastic one

    Novak also sells 0.6 mod pinions, not sure how good they are, its says aluminium too

    http://www.rcmart.com/pinion-spur-motor-gear-motor-gear32-pitch-05061-c-1293_1519.html

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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion


    ORIGINAL: DVUSHELI

    Now is that mod 0.6 OR .06, cause they would be different. No?

    ORIGINAL: Haddi Taha

    You can't use 48 pitch with 0.6 mod. There is a big size difference

    Here are some high quality 0.6 mod pinions

    http://www.robinsonracing.com/catalog/32pitchpinion.html

    scroll down to the 0.6 mod section

    Yeah Racing also sells 0.6 mod pinions but they arehard coated aluminium, not good against a steel spur but fine with a plastic one

    Novak also sells 0.6 mod pinions, not sure how good they are, its says aluminium too

    http://www.rcmart.com/pinion-spur-motor-gear-motor-gear32-pitch-05061-c-1293_1519.html
    I've never heard of any 0.06 mod in rc applications, the teeth will be super tiny.

    0.6 is used in many Tamiya and Kyosho 1/10 cars. I discovered my HSP 1/10 Touring Car had 0.6 mod too!


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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    That's what I found on Tamiya's website for the 18T that came with this M-Four kit.

    I may just change it over to 48P gears using HPI or Robinson spurs. Hopefully they're the same bolt pattern for the hub.

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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion


    ORIGINAL: DVUSHELI

    That's what I found on Tamiya's website for the 18T that came with this M-Four kit.

    I may just change it over to 48P gears using HPI or Robinson spurs. Hopefully they're the same bolt pattern for the hub.
    If you find a 48 pitch spur that fits, it will work. But its easier and cheaper to just buy a 0.6 mod pinion

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    RE: .06 Mod Pinion

    Well, the 0.6 ones look a bit too big in the tooth, and I already have an abundance of 48P pinions from previous cars. I'm only inquiring because this car runs a 380 size motor and after taking a short drive today, the brushless Novak 380 I have was at 125F degrees. A bit hot I think for just a few short burst, so I may need to gear it down some. Rather buy two new 48P spurs than hunt for a difficult to find pinion. Thanks for those link though, I'll still take a look at them.

    ORIGINAL: Haddi Taha


    ORIGINAL: DVUSHELI

    That's what I found on Tamiya's website for the 18T that came with this M-Four kit.

    I may just change it over to 48P gears using HPI or Robinson spurs. Hopefully they're the same bolt pattern for the hub.
    If you find a 48 pitch spur that fits, it will work. But its easier and cheaper to just buy a 0.6 mod pinion



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