Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore) (26T) by 175RC

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This product was added to our catalog on February 21, 2017.

The 175RC Polypro Hybrid 48 Pitch Pinion Gears feature a hybrid design that combines an aluminum center hub with a non slip molded Polymer Gear. The molded tooth profile is much smoother than a typical machined metal gear and provides a quieter and smoother running gear train. Plus, the lightweight of the hybrid design has been proven to increase acceleration off the line and out of the corners, as well as improve the overall feel of the power delivery and efficiency when compared to heavier standard pinion gears.



Features:

  • Ultra Lightweight Hybrid design Aluminum/Polymer
  • Molded teeth for ultra smooth gear mesh
  • Thinner profile
  • Quicker Motor RPM
  • Must have for Stock racing
  • Color coded for tooth count identification
    • Purple: 26 Tooth
    • Blue: 27 Tooth
    • White: 28 Tooth
    • Red: 29 Tooth
    • Green: 30 Tooth
    • Yellow: 31 Tooth
    • Pink: 32 Tooth
    • Black: 33 Tooth
RAY MELENDEZ
Tuesday, Feb 21 2017 (10 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
Great pinions! Have not had any issues so far with them. Lighter than any other pinion you can find. Perfect for 17.5 racing. Would not use for mod racing.)
korelick
Tuesday, Jun 27 2017 (6 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
Love these pinions! Running them on my B6 w/ a 13.5T. I wouldn't go lower than that. Also, I used a fine tip sharpie to write the number on the metal of the pinion. It would be nice if they had it stamped, but we adapt.

I did also have trouble like the guy who gave one star. My 29 tooth came unfastened after one run and became attached to the motor and kept working. It took a lot of work to free it without doing any damage to the motor or pinion. Still love them, they just need some QC.)
David Lengacher
Sunday, Aug 6 2017 (4 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
These are very good and did not strip out even on high traction off road carpet racing)
Hector Muela
Sunday, Jun 25 2017 (6 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
Simply Amazing !!! Color Coded for quick tooth recognition..Very Smooth.)
Phillip Fernandez
Saturday, Jun 3 2017 (6 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
Amazing pinions. I use it in 17.5 2wd buggy and 13.5 4wd buggy racing.)
Dylan Chadderton
Friday, Sep 29 2017 (3 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
Very good pinions. I was worried about the durability/reliability issue because they are "plastic" but i haven't had a single one strip or chip teeth yet. I have been using these pinions for about 3 months with no issues. The only thing that came up was a difficulty in removing the pinion from the motor. I had to use a 90 degree pick to remove it. Other than that, I love these things. The price is great as well at 4.99/ea.)
Jermaine Hayes
Tuesday, Sep 26 2017 (3 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
Pinions seems solid to me. Haven't had any issues with them in my 17.5 t5m. Exotek just released an ultra light pinion design that looks really cool. I thought about trying it in a size that I don't have, but they weigh in around 1.1g. With that being said, 175rc is still the lightest pinion available and half the money, so I'm sticking with them. It makes the most sense.)
Bill Deras
Tuesday, Jun 6 2017 (6 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
These come color-coded to indicate tooth count. Should be stamped with tooth count too.)
Mark Carvalho
Sunday, Jun 18 2017 (6 months ago)
175RC Polypro Hybrid 48P Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)
For the 31 tooth version.
The pinion is very light in weight. Problem is I may have got a faulty pinion. After one practice section the pinion set screw flew out and the pinion was stuck to the motor some how. The set screw was completely secured prior to practice. Wont buy again)