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    Rear diff clicking ideas?

    I shim the duffs and I maintain them regularly actually but they always strip. Is there a way I can help prevent it... I also need to get better at driving because when I hit a large jump I keep my finger on the throttle.. This may be the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by revomaxx2223 View Post
    I shim the duffs and I maintain them regularly actually but they always strip. Is there a way I can help prevent it... I also need to get better at driving because when I hit a large jump I keep my finger on the throttle.. This may be the problem.
    I think you gave the solution for the problem already.
    Losening the slipper clutch a little might help too.
    Diff killers#1 are full throttle or full brake landings.
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    Thanks that's what I thought it was too but wasn't sure.. Ill make sure to jump it correctly next time

    Quote Originally Posted by Petertje60 View Post
    I think you gave the solution for the problem already.
    Losening the slipper clutch a little might help too.
    Diff killers#1 are full throttle or full brake landings.
    And maybe ill shim them some more
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    Cars: erevo vxl, 1/16 summit, stampede vxl, tmaxx

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    You have to let your finger off a split second before you land, it will become second nature very quickly.

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