BAPS GEAR INFORMATION

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It's going to be tough to hit right on because No one knows how well it's going to grip up, BUT
For Jr 1 Clone I'd start 21/63 expecting it to be a little low on rpm early and as track grips up it will come to you more after controlled practice, I'd have a 22 driver laying on the table If I had to drop rear to a 61 or lower I'd be on the 22.
Jr 2 champ I'd start 20/64 and keep a close eye on it up through practice.
There both based on the drivers maximizing momentum and ready to go fast.
 

alvin l nunley

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You might be interested, in those gear ratios there is right at 3 teeth difference on the axle when adding/subtracting 1 tooth on the driver.
 
It's going to be tough to hit right on because No one knows how well it's going to grip up, BUT
For Jr 1 Clone I'd start 21/63 expecting it to be a little low on rpm early and as track grips up it will come to you more after controlled practice, I'd have a 22 driver laying on the table If I had to drop rear to a 61 or lower I'd be on the 22.
Jr 2 champ I'd start 20/64 and keep a close eye on it up through practice.
There both based on the drivers maximizing momentum and ready to go fast.
Thanks
 
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