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  1. #1
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    pro 15 question?

    the pro 15 was single speed,right?,the reason I'm asking is,I recently converted my t-maxx to a single speed,just to give it a try,I was wondering if anyone now's what the stock pro 15 gearing was?

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    i not really sure, but i think the early .15 were single speed, and the later models were two speed.

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    i know on a sport the gearing was a 18 tooth clucth and a 70 tooth spur...it may have been different for the maxx though

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    The original .15 maxx was a 2 speed. Gearing was 18/72
    LSU TIGERS-SIMPLY THE BEST!

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    right now I have a 22t clutch bell,with 72 spur,its o.k,but I need to find the right gearing,right now its lacking a bit low end,it be nice to now what the single speed trucks where running,so I don't buy every clutch bell and spur out there..

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    yea lower your clucth bell teeth to 18 and you will be digging

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    I ran 16/72 when I ran the pro.15. Pretty quick for that engine. Why are you running a single speed?
    LSU TIGERS-SIMPLY THE BEST!

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    my 2 speed messed up,thought I'd give it a try,I race it on the weekends,don't really need the 2-speed on that track,but I'll eventually go back..

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    the original gearing was 20/72 .

    i am going to get the 14 tooth cb and a 76 tooth spur for the maximum setup for low end power reasons. i like to beat my dads savage .25

    although my hands wont agree with me , but i am either converting to tiger drive, or pull start to reduce weight on rear end. better for the track.

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    cheers,thanks.

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