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Old 05-22-2014, 07:14 PM
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This is for any club race or regional race around the country! This is for any class classification, sportsman, intermediate, open, expert, pro, whatever it is. Also Nitro Buggy or Truggy. Just follow the steps on the flyer and win some cash back for your racing!

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Old 05-23-2014, 12:41 AM
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That's a pretty cool deal!
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Great program from a great guy.
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Old 05-23-2014, 05:04 PM
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Thanks guys,
I'm hoping there's lots of people that can take advantage of it!

You don't need to have all 3 components.
You can just be running the engine,
Or just be using the pipe,
Or just be using the clutch system.

I really want to get the clutch out there more because it really is a good clutch at an unbeatable price!
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Originally Posted by DRCRacer299 View Post
Thanks guys,
I'm hoping there's lots of people that can take advantage of it!

You don't need to have all 3 components.
You can just be running the engine,
Or just be using the pipe,
Or just be using the clutch system.

I really want to get the clutch out there more because it really is a good clutch at an unbeatable price!
Ryan,
I'm thinking about ordering your clutch setup. What kind of wear have you been getting out of the shoes and what spring setup do you recommend for St. Louis dirtburners?
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Old 05-23-2014, 06:59 PM
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I've been using the alpha clutch for awhile, been on the same set of shoes since nov, originaly was on a .23 alpha then moved to my mbx7 and now on the HB d812, and still using them.

i've only been using the 1.0's and reckon they hold pretty true for quite awhile(same springs whole time)

but i am trying one 0.9 and two 1.0s to calm this alpha(lutz WE) for my driving style.

It's defaintly worth its price, to be honest i would still buy it even if it cost more.
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Old 05-24-2014, 09:48 AM
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Ryan,
I'm thinking about ordering your clutch setup. What kind of wear have you been getting out of the shoes and what spring setup do you recommend for St. Louis dirtburners?
Nice,

Wear has been pretty reasonable in my mind and honestly everyone who has purchased the clutch so far has also been impressed.

The springs that come in the clutch kit for the aluminum shoes are labeled a bit different. They aren't the standard .9, 1.0, 1.1 as they a shaped a bit different because they rest on an aluminum hollow tube that goes through the shoe to help keep it cooler and dissipate heat. The springs come in a 'soft', 'moderate', and 'hard'. Most people in a buggy like all Medium to start.

I also offer a teflon shoe that does use the standard types of springs. I have been mixing and matching lately and for the main at the Lone Star Nitro Challenge I found a pretty nice combination.

I used:
1 Teflon with 1.0 spring
1 Teflon with 1.1 spring
1 Alum with Hard spring.

Generally i run a heavier clutch than most people. Also it seems when you mix and match shoes (teflon and aluminum) it helps extend the wear of all the components even longer.

Let me know if you have any more questions.
Thanks.
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