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Old 06-24-2009, 01:34 PM   #1
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Did anyone try this Rekward oversize clutchbell and clutch shoes
they say especially design for truggy Does it work ??
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Old 06-24-2009, 02:00 PM   #2
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They are only for the 2.5 extendedtruggy clutch. was using it on my mugen and for some time on my d8 buggy.
larger shoes, bigger clutchbell. what else do you want to know . then after not putting enough loctite on the clutch body, it unscrewed, got stuck onto the spur and conrod in my brand new MAXYs OS exploded.
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Sorry about the news on your engine....I wonder how it pull on your truggy....Does it run...better compare to standard size ....
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was using carbon shoes and it was ok for open tracks. never got really to try aluminum shoes as i first wanted to try harder spring but it was almost imposible to remove existing ones without hacking them with screwdriver and then I stopped racing nitro truggy and in my buggy i use fioroni vario.

I would stick with standard size cluch as you have much more spring/shoe/clutchbell options.
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was using carbon shoes and it was ok for open tracks. never got really to try aluminum shoes as i first wanted to try harder spring but it was almost imposible to remove existing ones without hacking them with screwdriver and then I stopped racing nitro truggy and in my buggy i use fioroni vario.

I would stick with standard size cluch as you have much more spring/shoe/clutchbell options.
This is how it look like....
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