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suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Fri May 13, 2011 9:31 pm

im havin problems with my new suzuki special bellcrank 2. it keeps on hitting my servo horn i tried so many way but it ends up the same so im wonderin if anyone can give me some heads up thanx.
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby tokeyo83 » Sat May 14, 2011 2:42 am

pictures?
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Mon May 16, 2011 3:44 pm

i got the pic sorry late busy week but i kinna got it
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Mon May 16, 2011 3:51 pm

now this is my new problem my cs seem to be too much for me the car spins a lot on throttle for me what would u recomend i can get use to it but i want it to be a lil faster this is a rear1.8 solid axle and front d like ver3 12t 40t. thanxs ill post a video soon as i get time thanks so much.
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby Katsumi » Mon May 16, 2011 5:04 pm

What is your servo?
When I used Hitech I forget model no,
I got a similar problem with stock bell crank with saved C hub, mod to more steering lock.

I never try over 2.0 CS ratio. but I want to know what is your motor and what is super and pinion gear on your car?
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Mon May 16, 2011 6:27 pm

i got the servo from some independtent hobby shop called lowprice hobbies i think its their own brand they wanted me to try it, it works fine high torqe for 40.. but saddly i used my ezrun 4300kv today hopfuly Xerun 8.5T 3650-4000KV 120A Sensored Brushless comes in this week..ezrun lags alot on very low run but it verry easy to work with.. and
for the rear i bought yokomo full cs set 1.8 i dont know how many teeth on both but its realy hight torque say its for grip surfaces i got the gear from drift speed front dlike metal gear etch.
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Mon May 16, 2011 6:37 pm

i ithink its my receiver u saw with hitec i got the lynx 3d from hitec old school but works fine im leavin for army on sept. so i dont wna spend too much for spektrum all tho im so tempted to buy one..if some one throws one for 200 im jumpin in..
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Mon May 16, 2011 10:09 pm

Ohh sorry i messed up on pinion question its 24t and spur is stock is that good enough?
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby tokeyo83 » Tue May 17, 2011 12:11 am

Yok 1.8 and the D-like ver.2 is way too much :Think: Try using just the D-like ver.2 gears, when you feel you need more ratio switch to the yok 1.8 ;) and if you feel the need for even more ratio then use both :lol: Honestly you really don't need more than 1.8 :)

Try running a bigger spur, the stock spur is 70T. If you can try 78T-83T and maybe 20T-24T pinions.

as for your servo problem just shave down some of the servo saver. I did it to mine :lol: just enough to clear the crank.
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Tue May 17, 2011 8:22 am

So shave it indeed good idea, and so for katsumi 2.0 cs ratio is that only for the back and front or is that final cs fdr? I dont realy know how it works im jst shooting blind bit thanks alot tho this would help alot. 1.8 is sorta works better on carpet but still hard for starter and i dont mess with carpet tracks yet i still practicin on paves heh.
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby tokeyo83 » Tue May 17, 2011 8:41 am

PrivateE3pipo wrote:so for katsumi 2.0 cs ratio is that only for the back and front or is that final cs fdr? I dont realy know how it works im jst shooting blind bit thanks alot tho this would help alot. 1.8 is sorta works better on carpet but still hard for starter and i dont mess with carpet tracks yet i still practicin on paves heh.


It's total cs ratio. CS ratio is determined by front ratio/rear ratio. Using both the Yok 1.8 and the D-Like ver.2 gear would give you a 2.58 cs ratio which is a lot more than you need.

here's a cs calculator

It'll also help w choosing spur and pinion combo. Shoot between a 6.8-8.8 FDR, should help keep esc and motor cool if not, warm :lol:
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Re: suzuki bellcrank 2

Postby PrivateE3pipo » Tue May 17, 2011 1:04 pm

Wow thanks man i jst ordered my kawada 78t and a spur adapter surely would update after i get it. Hope this will end the frustration thanks again.
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