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Old 03-11-2009, 01:14 PM   #16
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thats what i am saying is its probably not an ofna/jammin flywheel
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dont you drive losi ???


how ya doin up there in canada ? winternats? did you go ?
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as far as i know...ofna flywheels are all the same....ive never heard of this 2.2 versus 2.0 thing.....there are different diameter ofna flywheels...but as far as i know the pin diam is all the same......here's a little chart from Mitch at M2C's site on what pin diam's fit which shoes.

he difference is the pin size of the flywheel it self. We have 5 different style clutch shoes.

Our clutch shoe styles are Mugen style, Kyosho style, Jammin style, Associated Style and the Losi 8ight style.

Here is a chart of the type of clutch shoes you should order.

Mugen flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes

Xray flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes

Kyosho flywheel = Kyosho style clutch shoes

Jammin flywheel = Jammin style clutch shoes

Hot Bodies flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes

Cen flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes

Ofna flywheel = Mugen style

RMV flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes
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as far as i know...ofna flywheels are all the same....ive never heard of this 2.2 versus 2.0 thing.....there are different diameter ofna flywheels...but as far as i know the pin diam is all the same......here's a little chart from Mitch at M2C's site on what pin diam's fit which shoes.

he difference is the pin size of the flywheel it self. We have 5 different style clutch shoes.

Our clutch shoe styles are Mugen style, Kyosho style, Jammin style, Associated Style and the Losi 8ight style.

Here is a chart of the type of clutch shoes you should order.

Mugen flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes

Xray flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes

Kyosho flywheel = Kyosho style clutch shoes

Jammin flywheel = Jammin style clutch shoes

Hot Bodies flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes

Cen flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes

Ofna flywheel = Mugen style

RMV flywheel = Mugen style clutch shoes
I noticed the 3 different style Protek clutchbells on the Amain site were OFNA/Mugen, Kyosho & Losi. Based on that chart, is it safe to say an OFNA/Mugen style clutchbell will work with a Hot Bodies flywheel & shoes? Thanks

http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...filter_mfr=209
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dont you drive losi ???


how ya doin up there in canada ? winternats? did you go ?
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Old 03-11-2009, 04:07 PM   #20
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2nd pro buggy 4th pro truggy.
awesome !!!! good job man .

wenatchee ?? spring shoot out ??
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I recommend using the same flywheel, clutch shoes and bell.... mixing & matching to create a hybrid clutch set-up is aking for trouble, there are some very minor differences in the stuff that can cause problems
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Old 03-11-2009, 04:44 PM   #22
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I recommend using the same flywheel, clutch shoes and bell.... mixing & matching to create a hybrid clutch set-up is aking for trouble, there are some very minor differences in the stuff that can cause problems


yep , use all the items that come with one brands clutch setup
i prefer kyosho
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I noticed the 3 different style Protek clutchbells on the Amain site were OFNA/Mugen, Kyosho & Losi. Based on that chart, is it safe to say an OFNA/Mugen style clutchbell will work with a Hot Bodies flywheel & shoes? Thanks

http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...filter_mfr=209
I have been running Hot Bodies clutch bells on my kyoshos for a long time, no problem. You would want the kyosho style clutchbell for it
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After a little googling, I have found that I run correct flywheel, it's OFNA...my clutchshoe also OFNA...but I haven't checked the flywheel post whether it's bent cause don't have the tools to remove the shoes....got to visit my LHS...I also found new suspect...it's the throttle/brake linkage...when I pull the throttle, the brake linkage went to the other side (yes, this is normal), but there's a little braking effect, and after I released the throttle, the braking effect still there...could be this is the main problem?
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