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Old 04-26-2009, 11:05 PM   #1
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I just picked up the 2.0 B roller. I also picked up the Trinity Nitro Power Box that has the full moded extech engine .21, the x3 clutch and the tuned pipe.

Should I run the Losi 4 shoe clutch that comes with the roller or Should I run the Trinity 3 shoe clutch that came with the engine.
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Not even close the losi clutch by a mile.
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That is was I was thinking. The extra shoe should give better power.

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