hi all...thanks guys, i had a quick test of the truck yesterday, on 5s it seemed to take longer to reach top speed but seeing as we have had lots of rain down here it was impossible to get the power down, wheelies on the dry tarmac and it just spun on the damp.
6s was as usuall virtually uncontrollable, but fun
yes as these cogs weigh more it will take longer to spool up.
hello redshift, i found the link to be an interesting read and i agree grease is useless above 10 meters per second as it will be flung off so i have been using oil, well i use cam lube which is really thick and sticky, its allways still there when i strip down so i assume its doing its job, i have tryed engine oil but it leaks out through the bearings and any other gap/crack. i think a sealent smeared alloy case will hold oil though.
yes could someone please fix the title??? thanks.
hi rivermaxx, yes its the original 2 speed as i like to climb and go fast,
get the best of both worlds with 2 speed.
alloy and nylon cogs are no good for brushless..too much power for them to take. do you run a mm combo then?
hi neil, haha ye i think you may be right and if so they will be fabricated.
thanks again all...