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Old 09-14-2008, 10:40 AM   #1
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Default Wanting to use Fioroni sliding clutch on RC8

Hello guys I am wanting ti use the fioroni sliding clutch on a RC8 but am not sure which one to gey so that I will be able to get 15,16,17 tooth bells for it and want to stay with 5x10 bearing size du to the fact I have like 5 tubes of them left. Thanks in advance guys.


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The turbo sliding clutch series will accept just about any clutchbell, so that is not a problem. For the RC8, I think you want the flywheel part number OT-FR50, and then get whichever type of shoes you prefer- black. white, blue, 2 shoe, 4 shoe (60/40) or 4 shoe (50/50).
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Yup, I have used Mugen, Kyosho, Ofna, Losi all with the same Fioroni Slider, so you can use just about any bell you want to. I run the older 2 shoe slider (with black shoes) with one normal spring, and 2 stiff if the track has bite, if it is slick I run 2 normal springs and 1 stiff. Its a great clutch if you like low maintenance, and a decent amount of adjustment. I have been using the same shoes for way over 2 gallons
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