Losi Clutch on a Mugen

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Old 06-06-2011, 06:11 PM
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Just wondering if it would mesh up properly on the 6 or 6t. I think I remember reading it fit on the truggy but not buggy, but my memory lately has sucked (getting old i guess). Figured i would ask and save myself some time and frustration. Got a brand new one a buddy gave me, just wondering if I should sell it or slap it on.

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Originally Posted by portyansky View Post
Just wondering if it would mesh up properly on the 6 or 6t. I think I remember reading it fit on the truggy but not buggy, but my memory lately has sucked (getting old i guess). Figured i would ask and save myself some time and frustration. Got a brand new one a buddy gave me, just wondering if I should sell it or slap it on.

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i say nope, but if you have it, why not take 2 minutes and try it first?? it will be to long and spur will hit clutch bell caseing
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Old 06-06-2011, 06:45 PM
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I have seen a Losi style clutch on both a Mugen MBX6 and MBX6T. On the buggy if you use a cap head screw in the crank it will be withen 1-2mm of the fuel tank. A button head screw had about 5mm. The bell however is withen 3mm or so. A very tight fit to say the least. Also there was no shim behind the flywheel.....
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Porty you are better off with the M2C clutch. I know that is what I would try.
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If you want a 4 shoe clutch that is easy to maintain and lasts forever why don't you just go with the Werks pro clutch. Tons of tuning options and like I said will last forever!!!!!
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yes it can be done
you need shims and a acdency bell i ran mine like that all last year
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