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Old 04-20-2009, 10:56 AM   #1
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First post here but i have to say i have been following a few threads as a guest before signing up to the forum.

I am new to nitro racing as i have been an electric fan so far.

I bought a Capricorn clutch set for my Kyosho RRR but it seems that
the new clutch is way smaller than my original Kyosho. Is this normal or
have i been send the wrong clutch? (I have found that NT1 clutch shoes are smaller than the RRR)

Thank you guys
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First post here but i have to say i have been following a few threads as a guest before signing up to the forum.

I am new to nitro racing as i have been an electric fan so far.

I bought a Capricorn clutch set for my Kyosho RRR but it seems that
the new clutch is way smaller than my original Kyosho. Is this normal or
have i been send the wrong clutch? (I have found that NT1 clutch shoes are smaller than the RRR)

Thank you guys
You probably got the right one. The Capricorn clutch is smaller than the RRR clutch.
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First post here but i have to say i have been following a few threads as a guest before signing up to the forum.

I am new to nitro racing as i have been an electric fan so far.

I bought a Capricorn clutch set for my Kyosho RRR but it seems that
the new clutch is way smaller than my original Kyosho. Is this normal or
have i been send the wrong clutch? (I have found that NT1 clutch shoes are smaller than the RRR)

Thank you guys
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Old 04-20-2009, 05:45 PM   #4
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I thought that being smaller would mean less performance...

Well that's what happens when you are new to IC racing
Thank you guys for the replies...
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Old 04-20-2009, 05:59 PM   #5
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smaller is lighter

this clutch is for HIGH traction
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