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Old 07-20-2010, 01:51 PM   #16
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Shane you sound like a great guy i want to know if you have tried the 4 shoe clutch on the rc8b because it sounds good but i want to know? please let me know thanks
If you're referring to the 4 shoe M2C, I would say go for it, it's the only clutch I run..and the soft shoes last for 3-4 gallons( with maintenance ) on my high-power modded engines. I used to change the stock shoes every gallon..not anymore with the M2C.
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Old 07-20-2010, 01:53 PM   #17
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If you're referring to the 4 shoe M2C, I would say go for it, it's the only clutch I run..and the soft shoes last for 3-4 gallons( with maintenance ) on my high-power modded engines. I used to change the stock shoes every gallon..not anymore with the M2C.
ok ill try one i had looked at them b4 but wasnt sure but now im sold i think . i have a couple of motors laying around i will try one
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+10 to that!

Shane is a GREAT rep for AE..always helpful! I'll never get to meet you Shane because I live in Canada, but I'm glad I know you on these forums.
Shane's alright....he's kinda slow tho.

Kidding! Shane's awesome! Got to race with him at Nationals last year.
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Old 07-24-2010, 12:20 PM   #19
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Hey Shane i got the Rc8b Clutch shoes you sent me today and i will give them to my friend so he can put his motor back together and be ready for the race tomorrow. Thanks alot we appreciated. If i ever see you need something and i have it i will be glad to send it to you anytime. Thanks again.
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Your welcome,glad you got them in time to race.
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Old 03-15-2011, 06:18 PM   #21
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Can anybody tell me why I am melting my alumunum clutch shoes on my RC8B and RC8T? I am not sure what I am doing wrong. Could it be I am getting too much traction? Please inform me of my mistakes with the clutch so I don't keep burning them up.
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Can anybody tell me why I am melting my alumunum clutch shoes on my RC8B and RC8T? I am not sure what I am doing wrong. Could it be I am getting too much traction? Please inform me of my mistakes with the clutch so I don't keep burning them up.
if your refering to the edges mushrooming over, its normal.You have to periodically sand down the edges so it doesnt hang up on the flywheel or make contact the bell.
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