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New Rlaarlo 1/10 AK-917 Roller and RTR Carbon and Alu 100mph+ 4wd Beast

Old 03-25-2023, 02:59 PM
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Default New Rlaarlo 1/10 AK-917 Roller and RTR Carbon and Alu 100mph+ 4wd Beast

I did Pre Order one Roller with Alu chassis. I need help with Motor-Lipos-Gearing Please
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Rlaarlo AK-917 1/10 4wd onroad car.

Rlaarlo says they made it to be able drive 100mph+ hmmm

I did Pre Order the Alu Roller Version. Because i am afraid Carbon fiber dont like bumpy Tarmac so well
I wish topspeed around 65-75mph
I have 4s 120a ESC Brushless , rebranded Hobbywing
I like to use 2s or 3s Lipo pack, 4s will be too Heavy bashing in this little 1/10 car i think ?


Info is awaible at rlaarlo . com

im new member and not allowed to give links and pictures yet.


Anyone know how to Calculate the Final Gear Ratio in this Car ?
I Like to use Speed Calculator to see what speeds i can get with my different 3660-3670 motors i have. They are different KV. I just need know the Gear Ratio. Everything else i have info about already.
Please help.

I have many motors and couple ESC brushless i dont use . ESC Are 60a and one is 120a 3-4s both Unsensored brushless
Motors i have many different 36 size brushless

Rlaarlo will start send these cars 20/4 . They are at Pre Order now.

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Old 03-30-2023, 05:11 PM
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if the 120a fits in there, you could probably use most any 36mm motor that fits. Sometimes the longer ones (over 50mm) do not fit well in on-road cars. I didnt read all the specs but I bet they suggest some gearing options.

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