Trinity 64P Ultra Light Weight Aluminum Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore) (35T)

Trinity 64P Ultra Light Weight Aluminum Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore) (35T)
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Team Trinity 64 Pitch Ultra Light Weight Aluminum Pinion Gears are precision machined with a 2.5mm wide tooth surface, and ultra lightweight for On-Road and Off-Road Racing. Stronger than molded composite gears, these pinions mesh with all 64 pitch spur gears, and have been titanium nitride hard anodized for longer life. Uses 3mm set screw (included), standard 3.175mm bore, and available in a variety of tooth count options. Tooth count is etched on the pinion gear for easy identification. 

Features:
  • Titanium Nitride Hard Anodized for Long Life and Less Resistance
  • Precision Machined Ultra Thin Tooth Profile (Less Than 2.5mm Wide)
  • Large Multi Hole Cutouts to Reduce Weight
  • For 1/8" Shaft (3.175mm) Motors
  • 3mm set screw included 
  • Size etched on each pinion
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Saturday, Jan 2 2021 (3 weeks ago)
Trinity 64P Ultra Light Weight Aluminum Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore) (49T)
Light weight, true spinning, thin.

Took off two stars because on my 1/12 car (with RW spur), this pinion was so noisy on track that I kept tearing into the car thinking something was broke or failing. When I replaced the pinion (With a CRC pinion the shop sold), the new pinion was slightly larger on the outside diameter, requiring a motor reposition, and the new pinion was instantly quiet.

Pan cars are usually quiet due to their simplicity. This pinion will technically work for my needs, but it's not worth the hassle of chasing down the whistling cricket sound this pinion made.