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Old 11-25-2003, 02:48 AM
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Hi everyone. I have decided to upgrade my gearing on my V-one RR.
I'm am going to upgrade. 1. the belts. 2. upgrade to alloy pullys. 3. pinons and spurrs.
What gearing should i chose that will give me faster top end and good acceleration without giving my .12TR to much hassle. Since i am buying form towwer hobbies i have these options. I am only going to upgrade the two pulleys that the main belt goes onto.

1. belts - front belt- 210 rear belt - 192, middle belt - 375
2. pulleys - 18T, 19T, 25T and 27T
3. pinion's - first gear - 16T, 17T, 18T second gear - 19T, 20T, 21T, 22T
4. spurrs - first gear - 48T, 49T second gear - 44T, 45T

Wat do u guys think would be my best gearing combo cheers
Old 11-25-2003, 10:40 AM
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Default RE: V-one RR gearing help

stay with the stock pulleys - they are the best out there. also stick with the stock spur gears. I run a trinity reflex, which is basically the same car as a V1RR. I run a 16/19 pinion set on small tight tracks, and 18/21 on larger tracks. i wouldnt go any higher than a 17/20 on the OS .12TR, since it lacks the bottom end power needed for anything higher.
Old 11-25-2003, 11:51 AM
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The V1RR comes with plastic pulleys in stock form, in which the Reflex comes stock with alloys. You can underdrive the car by playing with the spurs. I can't remember my numbers now but can check tonight and post. Nitroaddict's number sounds right though.

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