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    Titan 12T Gearing Question

    I recently discovered that I have enough parts left over from other builds to build a complete Stampede 4 x 4. I will be using the xl5 ESC and a 12T Titan motor. This truck probably won't get driven much.

    What is the best gearing with a 54t spur so I don't smoke the motor? I don't care about speed . What is the best slipper clutch setting? Thanks

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    The stock brushed Stampede 4x4 has a 9t pinion (and a 54t spur).
    I would try that and see how the temps go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StijnH View Post
    The stock brushed Stampede 4x4 has a 9t pinion (and a 54t spur).
    I would try that and see how the temps go.
    Great! Thanks. What about slipper clutch settings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaXDee View Post
    Great! Thanks. What about slipper clutch settings?

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    The assembly manual for the Kit version says a good starting point is turn all the way in and the 1 full turn out from fully compressed.
    I normally run 1/2 turn out on my 2wd models, but that is a different slipper.
    I hope we get to see a build thread of this project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakratfink View Post
    The assembly manual for the Kit version says a good starting point is turn all the way in and the 1 full turn out from fully compressed.
    I normally run 1/2 turn out on my 2wd models, but that is a different slipper.
    I hope we get to see a build thread of this project.
    Thank you for the info on the slipper clutch I appreciate it. I will definitely start a build thread for this.

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    Okay, so I don't have as many parts as I thought. Going to need a new Servo of sorts, bearings, front and rear diffs, stainless steel screw kit, and driveshafts. Oh well

    I'll probably buy a power HD servo off of Amazon or Ebay for $20 and a complete Avid bearing kit $21. Stock plastic driveshafts, and upgraded diffs with the i-bar inside.

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