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Old 08-26-2006, 09:31 PM
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I just bought a 2nd hand Kyosho Inferno MP7.5 K3 and it didn't come with a clutch/flywheel/clutchbell etc. Do I actually have to get a Kyosho Clutch?
I am more than likely going to get the O.S .21VZ-B Engine. Will flywheels/clutch's etc that come with other 1/8 scale buggies still fit?

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I just bought a 2nd hand Kyosho Inferno MP7.5 K3 and it didn't come with a clutch/flywheel/clutchbell etc. Do I actually have to get a Kyosho Clutch?
I am more than likely going to get the O.S .21VZ-B Engine. Will flywheels/clutch's etc that come with other 1/8 scale buggies still fit?

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I used XTM sliding clutch with ofna 13T clutch bell on my Kyosho kanai 2. Any 1/8 buggy clutch will fit with no problem. I also used fioroni sliding clutch installed on my back up engines.
I will soon get a Werk's power clutch for my Inferno, It's fully adjustable and it got three different clutch shoes to choose from (rulon, carbon, and Teflon).
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So something like this would work?
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...2&I=LXBZT6&P=K
I would just have to get a collet, clutch bell and bearings?

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Would any collet fit?
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXLMF9&P=7

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I would really look nito a fironi clutch setup it's a bit expensive but the lockup is smooth and is fully adjustable and last a long time as well. I'll be putting one on my Truggy soon.

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