Team Assoicated TC5 HELP

Post any modifications that you have to get your drivetrain and gearing setup get the most angle out of your chassis.
shackd
What's CS?
What's CS?
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Drift Chassis: Team Assoicated TC5
Location: Rota, spain

Team Assoicated TC5 HELP

Postby shackd » Sun Sep 04, 2011 5:45 pm

Hey guys ok I have been drifting my TC5 for over a year now and finally decided to go with CS so this is the problem Im facing now. I have the following setup.

Front
Dif 40t
Pulley 16t

Rear 34t
Pulley20t

How do I figure the CS ratio off of that? I have looked at Calculators but I cant seem to find one with a 2 belt system. I have only found 3 belts and I cant really figure out the equation to figure this out. SOMEONE PLS HELP!!

Shack
I will post picture of the chassis tomorrow at work atm so dont have access to them

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Re: Team Assoicated TC5 HELP

Postby Carr » Tue Sep 06, 2011 12:25 am

If you have downloaded the one in excel format from this site (found here http://csjunkies.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=658, then it is included on the same page. When I open mine it automatically goes to the 3 belt calculator, you just need to move to the left of the page and it is next to it.
Yokomo DRB SSG Hyper - 100% CS - Yokomo BL-Pro2 + Zero 8.5t - Yokomo Low Profile
Yokomo MR4-TC BD - 132% CS (pending new belt) - Novak Slydr 6.5t - Hitec
HPI Pro-D - 83% CS - eZrun 9T - Bluebird - FSC (semi retired)

shackd
What's CS?
What's CS?
Posts: 4
Joined: Mon Aug 22, 2011 1:30 am
Drift Chassis: Team Assoicated TC5
Location: Rota, spain

Re: Team Assoicated TC5 HELP

Postby shackd » Tue Sep 06, 2011 12:06 pm

Thanks Carr I have looked into it and I found out that I need to spend about 70bucks on some part to get my car to where I want it but the only place I could find the right part is on a website and they ship from Japan called http://www.genkidoridori.com/index.php?main_page=index . I'm going to have to make some modifications to the car but eventually I'll have 128%CS F: 3.08 and R: 1.35 for 2.28. That download really helped me figure out what I was doing.


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