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Old 01-02-2006, 07:34 PM   #1
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Default Losi XXX4 drive shafts

Can the MIP CVD drive shafts for the losi XXX4 be used for mod racing, I have a revolution 10 by 2 motor
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I've used aluminum CVD's in my XXXT for years, with plastic outdrives, and ridiculous mod motors, and haven't really had any problems. They will be more succeptible to damage, so just drive smart.
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I've had NO problems with the CVD's and my 9x1 motors.
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