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Old 02-25-2009, 11:21 PM   #31
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Turbo Clutch Shoe Part Numbers:

First Version, uses up to 3 springs:
OT-FR52- black 2 shoe
OT-FR53- white 2 shoe
OT-FR54- blue 2 shoe

Second Version, uses up to 3 springs (70/30 split):
OT-FR56- black 4 shoe
OT-FR57- blue 4 shoe
OT-FR58- white 4 shoe

Third Version uses 2 springs (50/50 split):
OT-FR86- black 4 shoe
OT-FR87- blue 4 shoe

Thanks Garen! Besides buggy manufacturer choice, do you know if the flywheel is the same for all three? Can I use my original "turbo" flywheel for the newest version of shoes?
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Yes you can.
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Yes you can.

Thanks again Garen!
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Which number for Kyosho st-rr ..............OT-FR51 ?????
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FR51 should fit.
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Old 04-21-2009, 10:32 AM   #37
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I have been running the fioroni slider for a few yrs. now with great luck. Currently own 5 set ups. 4 of them are the 70/30 split. On the .28 engines I run 3 standard springs. If I am running truggy with a .21 engine I run 1 standard & 2 hard. In buggy with .21 engine I run 1 hard & 2 standard. Clutches grab very well and last a long time with very little maintenance. You do have to change out the springs every 1 1/2 -2 gallons though, as the springs will start to lose tension.
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Which flywheel will fit the Xray 808?
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Which car/clutch is the 808 closest to?
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I use the "Turbo Twin 2007"(newest version 4 shoe 50/50 split shoes) With 2 hard option springs. If you have this version it only uses 2 springs, but if you want more snap replace the stock springs with the option hard springs. Like I said prolly 8-9 gallons on the first set of shoes. onlychanged springs every couple of gallons to keep the snap where I wanted it. I just bought a second setup and a new set of shoes for buggy and truggy for this upcomming season. I highly doubt I will ever use a 3-4 shoe aluminum clutch setup ever again. This setup is just sooo nice!!

this is the one I use.
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ducts_id/13236
Do you know if this clutch is compatable with the Jammin CR1 buggy?
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Do you know if this clutch is compatable with the Jammin CR1 buggy?
I am sure one of the flywheels is compatible. Probably the kyosho version. I have only run it in my Losi cars. I haven't run jammin in a LONG time.
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I am not sure which flywheel for the 808 but I do run this clutch sys. on both the x1x cr, x2 cr, x1 crt & x2 crt.
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I am sure one of the flywheels is compatible. Probably the kyosho version. I have only run it in my Losi cars. I haven't run jammin in a LONG time.
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I am not sure which flywheel for the 808 but I do run this clutch sys. on both the x1x cr, x2 cr, x1 crt & x2 crt.
Thanks for the info guys. I just may have to give this a try.
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Go with the FR50 flywheel
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Garen,
what's the difference between the FR50 and FR51 flywheels, and which one comes in the FR80 Turbo Twin 2007 kit?
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