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Thread: CVDs

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    CVDs

    I was wandering and wanting to ask for peoples opinion on the Traxxas brand cvds...... are they any good or should i go aftermarket?

    it does not have to be the mini revo/slash ones, just traxxas ones in general

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    bump.........

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    I haven't heard anything bad about the traxxas CVD's, FLM and the newer MIP CVD's are also good...

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    To me the only reason to use the cvd's is for looks. They are heavier than the stockers and will still get bent and break from time to time which means a lot more money to repair or replace them vs the stockers which work just fine for most people.
    That said, I used a set of them on my full size revo for a while and they are very well made so I assume the ones for the minirevo would be just as good a quality.

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    Agreed. I don't if anyone is running these yet, on the minis, but I too run the Revo 3.3 CVDs and they have worked awesome so far. Even with a bigger engine.
    You have a rodent infestation. Shall I terminate?

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    Dumb question of the day but what the heck does CVD stand for?

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    CVD stands for Constant Velocity Drive ( i think it is drive)........

    I was just asking to see if they were worth adapting to the center drive shafts....... thanks

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