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Old 02-24-2009, 09:19 PM
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How many turns out should the slipper clutch bolt be turned out on a Tmaxx 2.5? Thanks guys!
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Old 02-24-2009, 09:49 PM
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Ok, I figured that out, now a new problem, I managed to take the screw out of my 2-speed ( the adjuster screw ) now I dont know how far to put it back in!
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Ok, I figured that out, now a new problem, I managed to take the screw out of my 2-speed ( the adjuster screw ) now I dont know how far to put it back in!
trial and error.
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Old 02-25-2009, 06:10 PM
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Neat, cheap hopup - add 6 more pegs to the slipper and run 12 instead of 6, makes slipper better. Tighten til spring binds and loosen no more than 1/4T. I keep mine at 1/8T - looser slips too much.

I 'd screw the adjuster in until you feel the spring unde it start to resist. Test it and see where you are. From there, its T&E, 1/8T at a time. CCW to lower shift point and CW to raise it.
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i would run 12 pegs too, when i didnt i burnt up spurs all the time then i used 12 pegs and the problem stopped!
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