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- Arrma RC's
- BigRock 4x4, Granite, Infraction, Kraton 8S, Kraton 6s, Kraton 4s, Mojave, Notorious, Talion, Typhon 6s
Other than fitment issues, is there any advantage to decreasing the size of the spur vs. increasing the size of the pinion? For example, I'm running 44T pinion with the stock internal 47T spur on my K8S. I could theoretically run a 39t spur and a 36/37t pinion for the same gearing. What is the benefit of doing this (if any) from a performance standpoint? Thanks!