I have a yellowbox to fit it, I guess that I should have asked if anyone had suggestions on what tooth sprockets I could run. Looking at a set, but I don't want it to be too low. had a good gear selection on my old RC51...It's possible. Larger gear changes will require a re-flash of the ECU however.
THANK YOU!!Factory on the SC77 is 16 front 43 rear. I went with a 15 tooth front and 45 tooth rear, so down 1 in the front and up 2 teeth in the rear. 15 in the front is about as small as you want to go without having chain wrap issues. You can go pretty big in the rear if you want, at the expense of top speed of course. What you choose depends on your riding. I wanted to have more aggressive gearing, but the local track here has a 190 mph main straight so I didn't want to sacrifice too much top speed.
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Not to my knowledge, Have done 2 or 3 track days with that same setup in mode settings 1,1,1. I am woolich flashed with racetools however i havent touched any gearing parameters at all.It didn't change your TC behavior at all? I'm running 15/45 with a 200/55 rear... though mine's flashed for the gearing and tire, I should have tried it with a stock ECU.
That’s interesting. It sounds like the lower settings aren’t effected at all, nice. My tuner mentioned setting TC and WC to max to see the difference so maybe only the more aggressive intervention settings are noticeably sensitive to gearing and tire circumference changes.Not to my knowledge, Have done 2 or 3 track days with that same setup in mode settings 1,1,1. I am woolich flashed with racetools however i havent touched any gearing parameters at all.