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Old 01-11-2006, 10:20 AM   #1
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HI can anyone tell me if my alluminuem shaft on my pro4 will be ok for a 9T double factory mod motor . do i need to upgrade to the pro4 CF shaft ?? thanks
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HI can anyone tell me if my alluminuem shaft on my pro4 will be ok for a 9T double factory mod motor . do i need to upgrade to the pro4 CF shaft ?? thanks
I've run my car with an 8x1 with no issue. just make sure your stock driveshaft is straight and you'll have no issues.
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cool thanks
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I've also run an 8x1 in my Pro4 Hara with no problems. It is scary fast, but only for a short time, then the batteries go flat ;-)

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THANKS for the info guys will run my mod this w/end { i have never run mod before }
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