Team Trinity 48P Lightened Steel Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore)

Team Trinity
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Trinity's 48 Pitch Lightened Steel Pinion Gears were developed specifically for off-road applications and are made with the same quality as Trinity's widely popular 64 pitch gears. Machined from high quality steel for durability, then lightened to reduce mass and finished in a semi permanent black oxide coating to reduce drag and help to prevent rust, these pinion gears were made for pure performance; and made to last!


  • Machined from durable steel
  • Lightened to reduce mass
  • Black oxide coating reduces drag and prevents rust
  • Sizes from 10 to 45 teeth
  • Compatible with 540 size motor shafts
  • Uses 3mm set screw
  • Tooth count etched on the back for easy identification

This product was added to our catalog on August 18, 2015.

Denis M.
Verified Owner
Friday, Jul 1 2016 (about a year ago)
Team Trinity 48P Lightened Steel Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore) (13T)
Used on my pro10 pancar
Kimbrough 48P Spur Gear
LRP 4,5 T
ESC in Blinky mode
2S Shorty pack (216 gr)

All the car is very light (1226 gr ready to run)

After 5 runs teeth of the pignon came in bad contidion

and i burned many Spur Gear (5)
then i replace this Pinion Gear by a new one
who stop the burning Spur Gear)
Tom McMahon
Verified Owner
Sunday, Mar 18 2012 (about 5 years ago)
Team Trinity 48P Lightened Steel Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore) (29T)
These are actually pretty good pinions. They would be a lot better if the 3mm set screws Epic uses weren't garbage. 28 and below I use Robinson Absolute. 29 through 36 I use Epic (Robinson doesn't make an Absolute bigger than 28 tooth). If you replace the 3mm set screws (McMaster Carr) before you use them, you'll be good to go.)
Justin Muckridge
Verified Owner
Monday, Sep 5 2011 (about 6 years ago)
Team Trinity 48P Lightened Steel Pinion Gear (3.17mm Bore) (30T)
I have been using this pinion gear for the past three race weekends and have not been happy with it. The main complaint is the noise it makes as compared to my Losi pinions.It seems the gear profile is weird. Another complaint is the set screw is a weird size and does not use the same tool size as a AE or Losi gear.)