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Old 11-01-2010, 05:05 PM   #1
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What it a good alternative to a Sportwerks Clutch bell? I haven't long gotten into the hobby and have a Mayhem. Parts are obsolete so I've been collecting some extras here and there. I need a 14t clutch bell and noticed they are not easy to find anymore and wondering what could I use that is very close to the SW.
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What it a good alternative to a Sportwerks Clutch bell? I haven't long gotten into the hobby and have a Mayhem. Parts are obsolete so I've been collecting some extras here and there. I need a 14t clutch bell and noticed they are not easy to find anymore and wondering what could I use that is very close to the SW.
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What it a good alternative to a Sportwerks Clutch bell? I haven't long gotten into the hobby and have a Mayhem. Parts are obsolete so I've been collecting some extras here and there. I need a 14t clutch bell and noticed they are not easy to find anymore and wondering what could I use that is very close to the SW.
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I ran sportwerks for a long time and the best setup i found was using a losi spur with a losi 4 shoe clutch+bell, dynamite max life shoes with 2gold+2black spring setup. the sportwerks spur is very narrow and gets chewd up easy causing it to chew up bells very quick and the stock 3 shoe had alot of issues with the springs making it hard to properly adjust
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