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07-30-2007 02:56 PM  13 years ago
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aashu

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Pinion question
Folks

I am buying a 450 se v2 from someone here in the forum. He is running 13 with Xl motor and esc and is doing hard 3d. I am more into sports flying and easy going setup. Would you know a place who sells 11T pinion for the said motor ?
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07-30-2007 03:04 PM  13 years ago
TomRex

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http://www.readyheli.com/RevCo_Pinions_s/109.htm
try and get like a 10,11,12t, can't go wrong having a couple different tooth count for the best duration and power
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07-30-2007 11:04 PM  13 years ago
bilbo

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^^^ Those RevCo pinions are nice, they seem to mesh better and run quieter with the stock V2 main gear than the Align pinions. I tried a few and found I like the 11T best for sport flying. I get about 1:30 more flying time than with a 12T, it's noticeably quieter, and still agile and stable enough to be fun for the kinds of aerobatics I'm learning now: loops, rolls, stationary flips, inverted hovering and flying. I have the throttle curve setup so I get 2600 head speed.

It's just personal preference though; it is quite a bit more sedate than with a 12T or 13T pinion, so you might not like it. Just buy a few and try them out.
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