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Old 11-12-2009, 09:54 PM   #1
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Questions?? New to on-road, somes question about IGT

Hello, i'am new to on-road, and i have somes questions for you.
I have a Kyosho MP 7.5 Kanai III that i want to convert to on-road. What i want to do is put the Inferno GT two speed center trany (40/46) with the two speed clutchbell, put the GT shock tower, shocks and body.

But i have a doubt about the GT tranny durability. I'll run an AB moded Drag moded Jammin JPX 28 in it, and this engine put out alot of power.

I've read that somes guys put the Ipanema special tranny, but $160.00 is alot of money for a two speed tranny.

So i need to know if the inferno GT stock two speed trany is good, or i should absolutly buy the Ipanema one.

I'll not race with this car, only bash with friends in parking lots.

Thank you!

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Old 11-12-2009, 10:32 PM   #2
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If you are just bashing just the Evolva transmission mod should be strong enough. The parts are approximately $50. The Inferno GT proboards web site has the information you need detailed very well.
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