Belt size

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Belt size

Postby Katsumi » Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:44 am

Hi Guys !

I want to know which belt fits which car, with out extra beit tensionner.

For example

Yokomo BDM
Front 40x15 Pulley 3mm pit 170T Belt
Rear 33x20 Pulley 3mm pit 59T Belt

Any one know about it other chassis?
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Re: Belt size

Postby Calzone » Fri Jul 02, 2010 12:47 pm

From some belts the amount of teeth isn't known, so is length alright too? in that case:

Tamiya TA05
Front 40x16 pulley 3mm width, 342mm Belt Part nr #54170/ #54045
Rear 33x22 pulley 3mm width, 342mm Belt Part nr #54170/ #54045
Or
Rear 32x22 pulley 3mm width, 339mm Belt Part nr #53897/ #53843/ #51210 (Only possible with TA04 32T pulley, not with Active hobby)

I'll count the teeth sometime when im bored :lol:

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Re: Belt size

Postby Katsumi » Fri Jul 02, 2010 1:00 pm

Calzone wrote:From some belts the amount of teeth isn't known, so is length alright too? in that case:

Tamiya TA05
Front 40x16 pulley 3mm width, 342mm Belt Part nr #54170/ #54045
Rear 33x22 pulley 3mm width, 342mm Belt Part nr #54170/ #54045
Or
Rear 32x22 pulley 3mm width, 339mm Belt Part nr #53897/ #53843/ #51210 (Only possible with TA04 32T pulley, not with Active hobby)

I'll count the teeth sometime when im bored :lol:


Thanks

those belts is necessary for extra belt tentionner ?

Sorry I don't ask with out belt tentionner first post.
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Re: Belt size

Postby Calzone » Sat Jul 03, 2010 2:42 am

All without tensioner ;)

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Re: Belt size

Postby Valiant_012 » Sat Jul 03, 2010 3:55 am

I,ve run a 23/32 and 15/40 combos with the 342 mm belts on a TA-05.
They were just slightly on the slack side with the factory adjusters done right up.
Also a standard 339 mm belt is perfect with a 32/20 rear set up on TA-05.

I find that keeping the total pulley tooth count the same lets me reuse my orignal belts.

I haven't delt with this company personaly but I hear they are very good
http://www.beltsforanything.com/site71.php
That pitch is the same as most RC car, I think XRay is slightly different?

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Re: Belt size

Postby Calzone » Sat Jul 03, 2010 4:43 am

If you have full tightnesson your diff adjusters you could add some kick up, this will give you just that extra bit of tightness.

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Re: Belt size

Postby Fabio_Floripa » Thu Oct 28, 2010 3:40 am

Hi guys, for the TA05 VDF
i was thinking to use 40/16 front and 30/20 on rear
what belt should i use? any tips
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Re: Belt size

Postby Z-HiDE » Thu Oct 28, 2010 8:50 am

If you use 30/22 rear, you won't need tensioners or new belts. The stock ones will do.
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Re: Belt size

Postby Fabio_Floripa » Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:13 am

Z-HiDE wrote:If you use 30/22 rear, you won't need tensioners or new belts. The stock ones will do.

thanks amd on front also not a problem?
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Re: Belt size

Postby Z-HiDE » Thu Oct 28, 2010 8:43 pm

Front, no problem. Tried with mine before I sold it. Only after I sold it did I see the thread on how to mod steering with shock towers so I was quite pissed >:( But I'm very happy with my DP and Cyclone now :)
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Re: Belt size

Postby Alex Berlin » Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:21 am

I would like change my VDF to CS and want the rate of my TA05 take over. In my TA05 is in front 40T to 15T Center Pulley and rear 20T Center Pulley to 30T (1,78). The CS Set from Square is a long time out of Stock but the several parts can I buy. Which 15T Pulley actually fits with the VDF? (Square or Eagle Racing Center Pulley?) The problem is not only the Pulley for me but which Belt I should take for in front?

I hope you can help me. :)
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Re: Belt size

Postby aresOne » Sat Aug 06, 2011 2:07 am

Alex Berlin wrote: Which 15T Pulley actually fits with the VDF? (Square or Eagle Racing Center Pulley?) The problem is not only the Pulley for me but which Belt I should take for in front?

I hope you can help me. :)


Square pulleys always fit like a boss :)

I use 40-14 in the front without tensioner and stock belt...
40-15 should fit too if you get rid of the tensioner and loose the adjust drive belt tensioner in the front bulkhead...

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Re: Belt size

Postby Calzone » Sun Sep 25, 2011 8:30 am

Does anyone know a belt with 69/70/71T?

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Re: Belt size

Postby Carr » Tue Sep 27, 2011 11:35 pm

I came across these when looking for belts. They aren't all correct, but should give you a starting point.

http://driftmission.com/guides/belts-guide/

http://rcdrift.50.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?p=7810

There was another one but I can't find it at the moment, I will post it when I do.
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Re: Belt size

Postby gkhunk » Wed Sep 28, 2011 1:45 am

there is a some belt size from some sites/forums. I do not remember from where.

maker, teeth, size etc.
HB Cyclone (169/62) (3.0mm)
HB Cyclone TC (170/63) (3.0mm)
HB TC-D (167/72) (3.0mm)
Yokomo BD (172/63) (3.0mm)
Kyosho TF5 (149/74) (3.0mm)
TRF 415(169/59) (3.0mm)
TRF 416 (172/58) (3.0mm)
AE TC5 (172/64) (3.5mm)
RDX/Phi (169/62/70/71) (3.0mm)
Mi2/3 (171/60) (3.6mm)
S400 (167/59) (3.5mm)
Robitronics Avid (185/62) (3.00mm)
TOP Racing Scythe 15/33t pulleys (130/94 ) (3mm)
TOP Racing Scythe 17/33t pulleys (131/95 ) (3mm)
Robitronics Avid (185/62)
TRF 415/416 (169/170/59/60)
TRF 415(169/59) (3.0mm)
TRF 416 (172/58) (3.0mm)
Xray T1/ T2 / 007 (169/60) (3.0mm)
Xray T2 008 (169/61) (3.0mm)
TC5 (172/63) (3.75mm)
RDX/Phi (169/62/70/71) (3.0mm)
Mi2/3 (171/60) (3.6mm)
S400 (167/59) (3.5mm)
Kyosho TF5 (149/74) (3.0mm)
Team Magic E4: 153/48 - 459/144mm
Tamiya TA05 (113/113) 339 mm
HPI Sprint (169/ 58 )
3Racing Sakura Zero/ Zero S (174/57)

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Re: Belt size

Postby Calzone » Wed Sep 28, 2011 2:48 am

Already found out that Eagle Racing sells multiple belts, they also sell a 213mm/71T belt, so gonna order that one.

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Re: Belt size

Postby DorkyMK3 » Sun Jun 24, 2012 2:43 am

TC-FD
Stock
39/18 Front 73T belt 39/18 Rear 167T belt
40/14 Front 69t belt 32/20 Rear 164T belt
40/14 Front 69t belt 32/22 Rear 166T belt
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Re: Belt size

Postby rek_one » Sun Jul 15, 2012 1:44 pm

TEH R31
40/15 - 3m- 180mm
21/16 - 3m-420mm
22/36 - 3m- 180mm

All belts are stock and have great tension


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