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    Question There is no "Pin" selection for 15t Pinion, 46 tooth Spur????

    I'm not seeing it. What do I need to set the pin selection to if I want to run the 15/46 combo???




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    You'll have to set it manually. Curious if it will actually fit. You may not be able to get the gears close enough.
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    I don't think you can get the gears close enough for that combo, use a 18/54 will be almost the same gear ratio. 15/46 is 3.06 and 18/54 is 3.00 I run the 18/54 and works great.

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    Wellllll I'll just run an 18 tooth pinion instead...
    Problem is I can't find it anywhere online lol

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    I've found 18t mod1 pinions, but they're about half the width of the X-Maxx spur gear. Robinson Racing makes one, Gmade makes one, but they're all really skinny, and I don't want to strip the spur gear to due only getting half contact. From my understanding most LHS's should have X-Maxx parts within a week.
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    I'm running hpi mod 1 pinions for the vorza and savage flux I have several in my kit, they work fine but as wolf said there only 1/2 to 3/4 the width of the spur. The hpi pinions are fairly cheap on ebay, they work till we can get the right ones.

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    Same here.... Running a Team Associated 18t pinion with no issues, just not as wide as the stock pinion.

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