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Old 04-26-2004, 11:51 PM
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Default A heavyweight clutch

i am looking for a very good clutch with 3-4 clutch shoes (thick ones) that would fit my tmaxx and the gears would work with the tmaxx spur gear, and i want something that is also 22-24 teeth
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Default RE: A heavyweight clutch

you want the clutch shoe sto be heavier? the nova clutch shoes which are can be 4 shoe or 3 shoe are stock weight and they have holes drilled for weights to make them heavier.

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www.novarcproducts.com
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Old 04-27-2004, 01:03 AM
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Default RE: A heavyweight clutch

what about a clutch bell? that is 1/8 scale and would fit a maxx?
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Default RE: A heavyweight clutch

No, a maxx spur gear is 32 pitch. An 8th scale is module 1. You could easily switch to a strobe slipper though. Its pricey, but i've seen your rides, i dont think it will be a problem. If you buy the [link=http://www.strobe-rc.com/slipper_ordering.htm]STROBE SLIPPER[/link] you will be able to use 8th scale clutch bells. I would say to get that slipper, then buy the [link=http://www.unlimitedengineering.com/cgi-bin/store/86015.html]UE SUPER CLUTCH[/link] then add the [link=http://www.unlimitedengineering.com/cgi-bin/store/86017.html]UE SUPER SHOES[/link]


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what about a clutch bell? that is 1/8 scale and would fit a maxx?
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Old 04-27-2004, 10:09 AM
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Default RE: A heavyweight clutch

thanks a lot man, that really helped

i wonder if they make 24teeth clutchbell for it?
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Old 04-27-2004, 10:31 AM
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link didn't work

it is a GPM HPI SAVAGE ALLOY 20 TEETH STEEL CLUTCH BELL # HSAV1620T
this should work huh?
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I've never cared much for GPM products, but yes, a savage clutch bell is a Module 1, and will work with that Strobe setup.

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oh cool, thanks a lot, i will go head and buy them, and i need two sets...gonna cost me some
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