I heard somewhere that this is a good general rule for traxxas clutch bells & spur gears ? I have the 4910 model The engine is sirio drop in with Stock 2.5 flywheel and clutch bell set up and a high stall clutch
Here is the question, or rule ?
Less teeth on spur gear = more top end ? true / false
More teeth on cluth bell = more top end ? True / false
and the can this could be reversed for torqueor '' bottom end '', right ?
less teeth on spur = more top end
more teeth on clutch bell = more top end
pretty sure its the same principal on all models
both are true, but both mean less torque/acceleration
Thanks for the info . going in to L.H.S. and asking them questions .. there ussally busy where i go , or the air plane & helicoptor guy who know's nothing about cars or trucks expept the price of stock , and when the truck comes in .. you are appreciated
as far as the acceration factor.
1. I got lockers in the rear end & and way to much wheel spin
2. 20 tooth clutch bell and 72 tooth spur .want a 22-23... and 70-66 tooth spur .
3. when i tune it for real power i cant keep frt wheels down ( already placed battery box front of ftr shock tower .
4. did mod to frt plastic upper a-arms and went from my 7 degree caster went to 13-15 degree's of caster . that with Fatuba steering servo, proline bell crank sys.. serious improvment in the way she turns . Noticed it tends to not roll as easy !!!!!..
do think if i put lockers in the front diff it would keep it from doing fish tails then leading to a doughnut , when i go from half to wide open throtle ? / or do think clutch bell and spur gear combos could help solve this ?