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Old 07-18-2009, 05:10 PM   #1
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Default 8ight t 2.0 quick change mount ?????

whitch mount should i but and why??
1 losi quick change motor mount
2 king headz extended quick change motor mount
3king headz short quick change motor mount
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whitch mount should i but and why??
1 losi quick change motor mount
2 king headz extended quick change motor mount
3king headz short quick change motor mount
Which one do you want?

I use the losi quick change mount mostly because it is the cheapest.
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I suggest the Kingheadz Extended mount. This will help prevent flex around the clutchbell/spur gear area and let the gears and bearings have a better chance. For a buggy the extended isnt' so much of an issue, but it would hurt either.
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I suggest the Kingheadz Extended mount. This will help prevent flex around the clutchbell/spur gear area and let the gears and bearings have a better chance. For a buggy the extended isnt' so much of an issue, but it would hurt either.
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