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Old 04-26-2011, 07:18 AM   #1
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I need to replace the shoes on my clutch, and maybe the clutch bell. I don't know which direction to go because there are so many good reviews and recommendations out there, I read through a lot of threads.

they are currently rebuilding the track and I have no idea what the layout is. It will be extremely high bite at first for the JBRL and Grassroots races, but after that it gets blown out and is maintained with water. its a nice track, but it will definietly be loose, with some high bite areas.

I was looking at the Answer Racing shoes, and maybe the whole setup. It doesnt specify on their site if this clutch system will work with the RC8b

the engine is a Reedy 121vr. just looking for some advice.
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Old 04-26-2011, 07:42 AM   #2
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There are many very good clutch's on the market, I've been tempted to buy a few but am still using the stock clutch with Answer RC8 shoes and works very well, not as high tech as a four shoe but gets the job done and is inexpensive and simple.

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