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Old 01-11-2009, 05:11 PM   #1
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i have heard rumors that it's possible to run a gt2 clutch on a gt1 blue chassis. is this true? if it is what modifications are needed? what parts are needed to make this work? what are the benefits to running the gt2 setup versus the gt1 setup? any comments will be greatly appreciated. thank you.
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i have heard rumors that it's possible to run a gt2 clutch on a gt1 blue chassis. is this true? if it is what modifications are needed? what parts are needed to make this work? what are the benefits to running the gt2 setup versus the gt1 setup? any comments will be greatly appreciated. thank you.
when i ran the ftgt i used the traxxas clutch parts, the smallest trx cb was a 16 tooth though. the shoes and bearings last a very long time and performance is solid.
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