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    Question slipper clutch pads

    Is there a kit that has HD slipper clutch pads like the Revo? Ive burned up 2 sets of stock slipper clutch shoes on my Rusty. I know its not to lose cause stock adjustment is 1/4 turn out from tight and thats what i set at and end up at 1/8 turn out. I dont want to go full tight fearing im gonna ruin something more expensive than a slipper. I compared the shoes from my Revo 3.3 to the Rusty shoes and they look like the same size i just cant find a kit or even just replacement shoes in the HD aluminum.

    Any suggestions?
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    Look at the summit hd

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    Or maybe the Robinson Racing one. Works great for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barba77 View Post
    Or maybe the Robinson Racing one. Works great for me

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    got a part# or link for that Barba77?
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    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXZUH8&P=ML
    5352R

    You can run this as well to use the larger slipper disc,
    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXHGC5&P=ML
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    Last edited by Zepher; 04-18-2013 at 05:40 AM.
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    the larger slipper will fit behind the spur then? If so thats solves alot of problems.
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    How does the actual slipper plate look, you might have spun the slipper to the point where the plate itself has glazed over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atothep View Post
    How does the actual slipper plate look, you might have spun the slipper to the point where the plate itself has glazed over.
    Lets just say i could see slipper clutch smoke as i launch down the back straight speed section of our track. Its slipping quit a bit. My slipper pads are pretty thin and the clutch plate is pretty rainbow colors. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by NvDesertRat96 View Post
    Lets just say i could see slipper clutch smoke as i launch down the back straight speed section of our track. Its slipping quit a bit. My slipper pads are pretty thin and the clutch plate is pretty rainbow colors. LOL
    Hahahaha!!! I would diffidently replace the plate too!!!

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    Hi
    Here's a link to Robinsson Racing nog slip version
    http://www.robinsonracing.com/catalog/e-revo.html
    It's made for the E-revo but fits the Summit like a glove
    I've dewalt converted my summit and they work well. Twisted my central drive shaft but switch it out for the cvd version. Now it's only the driveshafts to the wheel hubs that brakes. But they are easely shifted

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