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Old 02-24-2013, 03:59 PM
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I like both M2C and Buku....I like the Buku when I am after a softer touch in Buggy, and I like how the M2C kicks in Truggy.......I think they are both great clutches produced by two very good companies...
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Old 02-24-2013, 04:32 PM
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Originally Posted by BMenard17 View Post
Go to www.murnanmodified.com and tell him I sent you!
Thanks man I will definately do that. Definately leaning toward the Buku for sure.
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I like both M2C and Buku....I like the Buku when I am after a softer touch in Buggy, and I like how the M2C kicks in Truggy.......I think they are both great clutches produced by two very good companies...
I will look at the M2c for my Mugen Truggy.
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getting a whole season out of a clutch and being able to make adjustments w/o taking the engine out is worth the cost... i ran regular clutches and once i ran the buku i was hooked
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I like both M2C and Buku....I like the Buku when I am after a softer touch in Buggy, and I like how the M2C kicks in Truggy.......I think they are both great clutches produced by two very good companies...
Maximo, have you had a chance to try the brass bonded composite shoes on your buku clutch? Brian sent me a set to use in my Rc8t and they definitely have a more positive engagement than the standard aluminum bonded composite shoes. I weighed them on my digital scale and the brass shoes weigh twice what the aluminum shoes weigh.
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