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    your welcome, but idk about the esc if thats getting hot
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman View Post
    your welcome, but idk about the esc if thats getting hot
    Nah the esc seems fine..

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    ok so the motor will be good with the fan and heatsink. but what about the batteries?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcman View Post
    ok so the motor will be good with the fan and heatsink. but what about the batteries?
    I am still looking into that bit requarding the batteries..
    dont suppose u have any pinions smaller than 14t u may wanna donate

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    Nope sorry, but you can always try and go bigger on the sper gear if there are any out there. I got a traxxas bandit vxl and I have a 31, 26, 23 and a 19 tooth pinion but i think that the hole for the shaft is too small. sorry
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    I've not seen a Summit with a bigger spur. I believe 68 is the largest spur that Traxxas makes. if you did have a larger one, you would have to clearance the chassis for fit! Smaller pinion would be the wiser of the two options.
    Last edited by Mayberry Kid; 09-13-2012 at 05:55 AM.

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    ok i have a 90 tooth sper but I think that its ment for the traxxas 2wd cars. i got the 90 tooth sper from a hobbytown usa for $3.00.
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    i looked on the traxxas website and the biggest sper was a 68 tooth and the smallest pinion was a 14 tooth
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    Robinson Racing (among others) has pinions that go down to 11 tooth. The pinions you want are the .8 Mod with 5mm shaft (32 pitch will also work). I hope they ship internationally. You might also find them in a well stocked hobby shop.

    http://www.robinsonracing.com/catalog/brushless_pinion.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mayberry Kid View Post
    Robinson Racing (among others) has pinions that go down to 11 tooth. The pinions you want are the .8 Mod with 5mm shaft (32 pitch will also work). I hope they ship internationally. You might also find them in a well stocked hobby shop.

    http://www.robinsonracing.com/catalog/brushless_pinion.html
    thanks for the info guys... I have a LHS near me that stock the pinions and spurs
    just gotta wait till payday to get some more parts..

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