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Old 12-25-2009, 08:40 AM   #16
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Will the M2C variable weight 4 shoe clutch take answer rc clutch shoes?

Also, has anyone used this varibale weight one a buggy?
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Will the M2C variable weight 4 shoe clutch take answer rc clutch shoes?

Also, has anyone used this varibale weight one a buggy?
no the m2c flywheel will not accept the answer shoes ..i have not ran m2c on buggy only on truggy
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Old 12-25-2009, 08:46 AM   #18
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OK so we have M2C, Ascendancy... and also Fioroni Turbo Twin Black Carbon looks great, isn't it? It also collects only good opinions - are 6-7 gallons on one Black shoes kit possible?

My friend has always had problems with his clutch and after he bought Fioroni Twin Turbo he forgot any clutch problems

I do not insist on any of theese, I'm only curious how they do compared.

It will be also great to do about 5 gallons on one shoes kit (all season on same shoes?) because on the other hand buying spare shoes is above my limit

So far, thanks for all replies.
the fioroni shoes in black will last many gallons ..the springs allthough they wont look it will wear out over a gallon or 2 ..also you will not be able to get the punch from the fioroni that you will over more standard typ shoes ..you will not get 6 gallons out of any shoes ..shoes are a replacement wear item ...with any 8th scale clutch you will have to replace shoes and spinrgs as needed
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Old 12-25-2009, 08:50 AM   #19
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Zixxer,

I have no chip and I was not calling you out I am sorry if it came off that way. But you do have to admit there are far to many people on here Playing PIMP MY SPONSOR

But like most people say the best research like this can be done at the track and see what most are running because %90 of the time what is being run is what is best. But all of the clutches listed are good and you can not go wrong with any of them.
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I think im the only sponsored m2c guy in here, and my post says nothing about m2c.. so idk who your referring to...
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Old 12-25-2009, 08:58 AM   #21
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I think im the only sponsored m2c guy in here, and my post says nothing about m2c.. so idk who your referring to...
No one. You all are reading too much into it. But again dont you all get tires of getting inflated reviews of products only to buy it and be disapointed. This has gotten to far off topic I think we should all agree they are all good and continue to help this guy with his decision.
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No one. You all are reading too much into it. But again dont you all get tires of getting inflated reviews of products only to buy it and be disapointed. This has gotten to far off topic I think we should all agree they are all good and continue to help this guy with his decision.
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Old 12-25-2009, 09:06 AM   #23
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no offense buddy but i dont get anything for free on clutches..so idont think you can come on here and say people are getting stuff for free so they just post good things ..if i got something for free or paid for it and it wasnt good people would here about it one way or another ...it just gets old seeing the same ole posts from ya ..im just saying ..not to irritate ..but your clutches are good people use them ....you should just come on here and say ...."have you tried ascendancy clutches they are decent and priced right " in stead of always going on the defensive ..just my .02 ..it like you have a BIG CHIP on your shoulder ....let your clutches speak for themselves on the track ..which im sure they do in many cases
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I understand...
So Fioroni provides less punch than the others, and Black shoes will not last 6 gallons - so how many 4-5?

Ascendancy looks good, but are any spare shoes available on Amain?

M2C - $85 shipped with spare shoes... not so bad
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But again dont you all get tires of getting inflated reviews of products only to buy it and be disapointed.
oh you mean like the JVD clutch... yea that was disappointing.
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wiktor0410, what truck do you have, and what flywheel do you currently own?
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I understand...
So Fioroni provides less punch than the others, and Black shoes will not last 6 gallons - so how many 4-5?

Ascendancy looks good, but are any spare shoes available on Amain?

M2C - $85 shipped with spare shoes... not so bad
shoes will last a long time 3-6 gallons m2c is not that expensive i dont think
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I understand...
So Fioroni provides less punch than the others, and Black shoes will not last 6 gallons - so how many 4-5?

Ascendancy looks good, but are any spare shoes available on Amain?

M2C - $85 shipped with spare shoes... not so bad
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Clutch-Shoes-4

Clutch = 54.99
Shoes = 20.99
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Total = 75.98
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well i ran for m2c for a while but didn't like how mitch got rid of some of the shoes.. got rid of some of the compounds that i reallt liked... i have since switched to answerrc-usa and yes i do run for them... i have found out the are less maintenance and last just as long or longer as m2c. m2c is a very good product dont get me wrong i still have clutches i let my son run... for the price of the answer clutches you cant go wrong http://answer-rcusa.com/zencart/inde...cPath=28_13_17 this is the page for there complete set-up. 50 bucks get you everything plus all the springs.. here is the page for there shoes..http://answer-rcusa.com/zencart/inde...cPath=28_13_16 but what every you get you will need track time to get the correct springs and feel you like. i have ran carbon 3 shoe. alum. 4 shoe, kit alum. 3 shoe and i like the feel of the answer 3 shoe. jeremy
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I have Hot Bodies LSP - slightly lightened but it is still heavy And SH .28 8P engine.

Hm I can't decide
Fioroni vs. M2C (Ascendancy looks great, too, but there aren't any spare parts on Amain )

So, Fioroni - less punch than M2C, but shoes will last longer?

EDIT: janderson78 - I live in Poland
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