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Old 05-24-2004, 06:19 PM
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yes i'm a newbie[2 gallons of nitro experience]

i have up graded a few things on my tmaxx one of them has caused a failure in another area.........

i added a spool up front for better hill climbing and have since twisted my front drive axels.

so recommend a replacement to me.
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Old 05-24-2004, 10:10 PM
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Go with the MIP CVDs. They're pretty tough and you can rebuild them after you beat the snot out of them.
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Old 05-25-2004, 04:00 PM
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WTF are CVDs and what do they do?
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Old 05-25-2004, 05:31 PM
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CVD -- An abbreviation for Constant Velocity Drive. "CVD" is a trademark of MIP (Moore's Ideal Products, Inc.). MIP offers their CVD universal dogbones for many R/C kits, and their CVD's are featured as standard equipment on the RS4 Pro 2, Nitro MT Racer and RS4 Pro 3. The main features of the MIP CVD's are their improved efficiency over standard universal dogbones, ability to be rebuilt if an axle or "bone" is bent or damaged and ease of finding replacement parts. The MIP website is www.miponline.com.
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Originally posted by petzl
CVD -- An abbreviation for Constant Velocity Drive. "CVD" is a trademark of MIP (Moore's Ideal Products, Inc.). MIP offers their CVD universal dogbones for many R/C kits, and their CVD's are featured as standard equipment on the RS4 Pro 2, Nitro MT Racer and RS4 Pro 3. The main features of the MIP CVD's are their improved efficiency over standard universal dogbones, ability to be rebuilt if an axle or "bone" is bent or damaged and ease of finding replacement parts. The MIP website is www.miponline.com.

Very well spoken !!!..
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uh, I just clipped it from the dictionary link in another thread. nothing like a bit of plagiarism
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ah ok.....
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