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Old 01-30-2006, 11:48 PM   #1
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does anyone know if the older losi hydra-drive clutch system will work on a new xxx-t?
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yes it will, they are apprently better in the rough, more consistent, but havent tested with one
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Yes it will, but you will have to run the older xx-t spur gears, works excellent on super slick tracks

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yes it will, they are apprently better in the rough, more consistent, but havent tested with one

The hydra drive is awesome. I found a losi top shaft so you could put one on a rc10gt - my truck just flies through the rough! I found it has no benefit on slick, bluegroove, or dry surfaces. It does add weight to the topshaft so you have to watch the bearings, but I haven't had mine cap out yet after 3 years!
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