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    Running a bigger wheel on a 185?

    Hi guys,
    I hate that my first post is a question but I've searched and I haven't found an answer... I have a gtx 185 sc and need more speed. I already picked up an rxp 215 ecu, injectors, intercooler and will do a kanaflex intake. I have to do a supercharger rebuild and have access to a rude 1 wheel, I know I'll have to get the housing machined ( I think a 185 can machined not sure) and was thinking of doing that instead of buying the 215 drive gear and flywheel for a little while. Has anyone ran a bigger wheel with stock 185 drive gear? Should I just get the flywheel / drivegear and do a bigger wheel later on? Sell the car and buy a new rxp x and turbo it?

    Any help is appreciated and nice to meet yall!


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    Or a more expensive option but from what I've read might be better do 215 flywheel and gear and a et127 wheel since I won't be able to rev past 8300rpm with the stock pistons anyway...

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    Go look in the classifieds, a lot of good parts there for cheap for the old 185

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