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Old 05-20-2018, 05:31 PM
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alright guys and girls this is the official Wallace motorsports thread. if anybody has a question about any of the Wallace motorsports wrc products feel free to ask here, whether it be about cars, builds anything donít hesitate to ask, we will be posting all setups from races on this page look forward to answering any and all questions in a timely manor
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Congrats to Diatta Collymore on winning the sedan Class at the first leg of the Midwest Series at One Eighth Scale Racers track in Toledo! Very impressive run!
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alright guys and girls this is the official Wallace motorsports thread. if anybody has a question about any of the Wallace motorsports wrc products feel free to ask here, whether it be about cars, builds anything donít hesitate to ask, we will be posting all setups from races on this page look forward to answering any and all questions in a timely manor
Thanks for setting this up Tommy. I hope to contribute some 2wd set up info once I get my car on track.
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Congrats Diata Collymore for taking the win in 1/10 nitro sedan at the first leg of the legendary Midwest series if somebody would like to post the picture feel free unfortunately i canít post pics being a new member. And no problem rick any contribution would be greatly appreciated, and that goes to everybody if you have any tips on settups, builds or any useful info feel free to post Wallace motorsports is a family and we love input from drivers. Thanks again guys 👍
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for the 2wd nitro 1.4, what are the clutch options or what is everyone using if different from the kit? buggy type?
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for the 2wd nitro 1.4, what are the clutch options or what is everyone using if different from the kit? buggy type?
Iím running the clutch from an old Motonica. It was on the engine when I built my EVO, so it stuck. Come to think of it, it still has itís original Bearings in it.

I wouldnt suggest a buggy clutch. They do not have the range of adjustment these 4 shoe units do. Specially given the different weight springs the WRC comes with and the range of adjustment with them.
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for the 2wd nitro 1.4, what are the clutch options or what is everyone using if different from the kit? buggy type?
Our clutch is adjustable and works really really well. Part number-00199 is a set of three optional spring rates,
With that pack you will be able to find a good balance with your engine/pipe package hope this helps 👍👍
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Right on! i thought i seen that somewhere, thank you. I would like to order the spring kit but did not see it on the wallace web, also would like to order 2x WRC03095
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Right on! i thought i seen that somewhere, thank you. I would like to order the spring kit but did not see it on the wallace web, also would like to order 2x WRC03095
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Good to see wrc up an running....Big ups D!!!👍🏾👊🏾
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We are expecting a shipment in the next week or so with more 2wd Pan car inventory, expect to see some of 00199 clutch options available when it lands here. Thanks for the support guys!
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Right on! i thought i seen that somewhere, thank you. I would like to order the spring kit but did not see it on the wallace web, also would like to order 2x WRC03095
WRC has provided you with a very good clutch, take the time to set it up and do regular maintenance on it and it will serve you well. Keep an eye on the bearings, they are a high ware item. Would suggest you start with medium or high strength springs. Screw adjustment nut in maybe 4 threads showing on back side, place a small amount of thread lock on those same threads, now back off nut till you have 1 1/2 to 2 threads showing, clean off extra thread lock. This should put you into a good spot. I pull mine apart before mains and check that adjustment (do not turn nut if you donít have to), clean crap out of clutch bell, check bearings for ware or discoloring, I like to put a small drop of oil on each one. Bearings are cheap and you would do well to always has news in your box!

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thank you for the info, greatly appreciated!
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