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    are there any anti-slipper clutches?

    Where can i get an anti-slip clutch for my e revo, and how does it perform?

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    Not sure Im understanding what it is you are looking for, A slipper clutch is supposed to slip. If you do nothing but slip it is either worn out or not adjusted correctly. There are alternative slipper clutches on the market and different pads to choose from. I run a hot racing double slipper that has 6 pads instead of 3 and use graphite pads. Bottom line though is you want to have some give so you dont snap drivetrain components on heavy accelaration or when you land a jump off throttle and it has the reverse effect.

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    Thank you.

    ok thanks thats all i needed. Could you send me a link to that HR clutch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett the Basher View Post
    ok thanks thats all i needed. Could you send me a link to that HR clutch?


    http://www.hot-racing.com/index.cgi?...=TRX15GP;c=431

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    Just tighten the slipper nut all the way. Then youll be anti slip. This is not recommended tho.
    E-Revo MMM-2200 6s

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    One guy I run with at the camp resort suer glues his slipper but every time I turn around he is off the the LHS to stock up on driveline components that he broke as a result of gluing. Its supposed to slip a little.

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    ^ JT what rockers is he using LT..??
    Would you go flip my truck back over??

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