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Old 05-17-2017, 04:13 PM
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I have a few of my Super nitros running RS4 gearing (and several other mods)....the cars fly...I need to check my paper work and see what exact bell housing teeth, first and second gear ratio's and get back to you. I have so many of these cars it's hard to recall which car has what anymore.

If you do the project correct depending on your goal of what you want the car to do and perform.....you can get these car's top speed to 80 mph plus easy but then controllability and surface conditions come into play. The car in question is the Toyota Ts020 GT one in the pic below...the Porsche 962 is geared differently but moves really good......the GT-one will actually jump all four wheels off the ground when shifting from fist to second gear with the rs4 gearing conversion..... Amazing!

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did you use the 13/18 pinion setup that you was referring too that will push it close too 80 talking about the Toyota get...I want to get the not out of it with out bogging the engine.. Thanks
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Old 05-18-2017, 08:04 AM
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I ran the 13/18 & 13/20 just checked my old notes....double check your belts are tight and run the largest air filter you can find. Post your results these cars are awesome.
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