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    What slipper clutch to use

    Went on website and saw a few rebuild kits for slash slipper clutch then a slipper clutch assembly that looked completely different, can some please provide me a part number for best one to use

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    Many use the Revo slipper clutch. That one has larger alu pads.
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    I use the ERevo Slipper Clutch. Some think its worth it and others see no need. I'm a fan of it.

    5351 Slipper Plate & Hub Alloy

    &
    5352R Slipper Clutch Kit w/ Alloy Pads

    or
    5352X Slipper Clutch Kit w/ Graphite Pads


    Hope this helps ya bud.
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    so if I get 5352x or 5352r I also need 5351?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmagic View Post
    so if I get 5352x or 5352r I also need 5351?
    Yup. I would get 5352R and 5351.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmagic View Post
    so if I get 5352x or 5352r I also need 5351?
    Yessir. Showed you both sets of pads for an FYI.

    When you install this you will move the pin down the input shaft to the next slot. The Slash 4x4, Stampede 4x4, & Rally 4WD were setup for this upgrade.
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    Whats different about this slipper VS the stock slipper? Looks like the pads and disc are the same?
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    While on the subject, anyone used the carbon graphite pads from Hot Racing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavmentsurfer View Post
    Whats different about this slipper VS the stock slipper? Looks like the pads and disc are the same?
    It's the one that is used on the ERBE. The 5352R has alloy pads and Maxx spring. It actually has a little wider bite, the shoes might be bigger to, I can't remember. I've upgraded all my 4x4's to it. I feel its worth it as an upgrade.

    Do you have one from any of your ERBE builds?

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    On my Stampede 4x4 I bought the 5352R kit and only used the aluminum pads with the stock set up. I really like the feeling just the pads gave the clutch, felt much more predictable and consistent from start of run to the end of run.
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