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Old 07-31-2009, 07:57 PM   #1
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whats up guys im bout to beef up the old backwoods rc nt... as some of have seen the os vspec 21 thats on it now has a lil to much.. but what the heck lets do something different.. iu was goint to pick up a .32 then i looked at the shaft.. any one have any idea if a nt clutch sys would work? pm or text cell if anyone has any ideas.. thanks guys
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Old 07-31-2009, 10:56 PM   #2
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how in the heck did you strap a v spec in a xxxnt..Did you use a conversion?Got pics
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Old 08-04-2009, 07:35 PM   #3
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just took out the old drill and made some new holes for some low crt x1 mounts.. using the stock clutch set up...(clutch last for about 3 race's) i have vids on my site and i know i have pic's ill find um and post um.. maybe some on my site? with 18 and 21 thanks
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Big motor in a car that wasn't designed for it = Beaten to death drive train parts and tranny/diff's that Just cant hack it....its like putting a .28 in a revo...the whole thing fall's to piece's the second you hammer the throttle....cool for the fun factor...but when you figure in replacements EVERY week from destroying something it gets old Real Fast.
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its more of a conversation piece for the shop... even when i had the eb mod 18 cvr on it it was more power than you could control.. just keep goin a lil bigger.. maybe get up tho a chevy 350..lol as for drive train been to gathe about 1 year only smokes clutch's and hex pins .. fun as heck to drive..
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