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T135 Sprocket Table Combination Part 2

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by traxxas-modifier, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. peepooy

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    QUESTION:
    i wanna try 16 engine sprocket, could anyone tel me what bike is the same fit with our engine sprocket.. thanks
     
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    i think sprockets of stx and dt 125 will fit
     
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    did u try it already?
     
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    im using 16t of DT 125 sir
     
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    am using 15-36 sprocket with 80/80 front, 100/80 rear the accelaration is low but the speed is awesome!!!
     
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    stock engine stock pipe
     
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    the 1st and 2nd gear is short..but the 3rd and 4th gear for classic sniper is long..
     
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    same fitting with our bike? what sprocket combi r u using? 16/42 ?
     
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    it's what the saleslady say when i purchased the sprocket and it fits.. if your are still in doubt better bring a sample of our sprocket before buying just to make sure..
    yes im back to 16-42 from 15-39 sprocket combi
     
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    thanks bro.. at least now i already have an idea how to get 16t engine sprocket.. hehe how's the performance of 16/42 combi bro?
     
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    oh its similar to the 15x45 that i used right now, the 2nd gear plays around 50 to 60 but when i shift to the 3rd gear it would be easy for it to reach the 100 kph.. or more, and yet I'm still confuse with my speedometer.. i feel that the speed of 90 it seems that the bike is running at 100 kph already... do you think thats possible?
     
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    possible sir..better use gps for accurate speed..
     
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    computer calculated sprocket combination 80/90 rear wheel, 112 chain link at 8800rpm for 4 speed semi auto yamaha t135 :)
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    how do you use this kojack..?
     
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    these are computer generated calculation for sprocket table on stock t135 4 speed 1st edition. we'll be able to get a rough idea on the top speed we are trying to achieve.
    currently i'm using rear sprocket 37/ front sprocket 15, base on the table calculation above i could probably reach 128kmh +- wind, steep hill & mc condition :)
    * another example if i were to use 36/15, the top speed on the sprocket table is around 132kmh
    check out http://www.gearingcommander.com/
     
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    i am very much agree to you sir humanbasic. the chart shows for our reference only as per experience. i use 14.42, 15.42.. but it doesnt satisfied me. other thing the sprocket combi of other my have another result on you.
     
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    am using 80/80 front tire 90/80 rear.. what combination of sprocket can you suggest? i used 15x45 as of now.:)
     
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    am using 80/80 front tire 90/80 rear.. what combination of sprocket can you suggest? i used 15x45 as of now.:)
     
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    @audioguy on my stock t135 (4 speed) i'm using 37/15 = ratio 2.46, so on 45/15 = ratio 3.00... (assuming that you're also on the 4 speed version)
    I) on higher ratio, the mc will accelerate quicker but top speed will suffer. II) the lower ratio the mc will have more top speed advantage but the acceleration will suffer.. it depends on your riding preferences & what you're trying to achieve :)
    if i were to use 90/80 on my rear stock t135 i would go for 36/15 for my riding preference:D
    80/90 tyres width are smaller but the height of the tyre is higher...
    90/80 tyres width are wider but the height of the tyre is lower...
     
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    let say:
    1.u set ur sprocket to be 15 45.u go for a run an obtain 130 for top.
    2.now,u set back ur carburator.the trick u set the higher ratio that u can get the best out of ur bike capability.like stock bore,u can get +-130 kph for example in a short time.just ignore first the higher rev feeling,now try rich ur setting.let say old set mj:110 pj 20,new set 115 pj 22.u go for run 2.u can see ur speed increase let say 135 kph.now u see that increment on top.
    3.u try to low the rear to 44 or 43.use go for run 3,u get 140.u set again ur carb,but this time after go for run 4,ur speed reduce back to 135 kph.so,u can say the prev carb set is ideal compare to the last.u top on carb,try reset the sprocket until u can reach max of ur bike.eg:stock bore easily get 140, max to 160.try to get max 160.
    but for doing so,u must balance ur acc,fuel consumption.
    what i trying to say is try to balance ur air fuel mixture,sprocket with load.
    correct me if i'm wrong.tq:)
     
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    @humanbasic mj115 pj 22 is this applicable on the stock lc135 v1. 160 on stock bore :cool::thumbsup:
     

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