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    Cush Drive

    I noticed the XO-1 has a Cush Drive where other cars have Slipper Clutches, what is the difference between the two?
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    Xo is an onroad car and traxxas really give a good thoughts on this one by designing it with cush drive to help take the load with castle's powerful 1717 motor. Their trucks on the other hands needed some slipping to prevent from breaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by humayrayakongkinaon View Post
    Xo is an onroad car and traxxas really give a good thoughts on this one by designing it with cush drive to help take the load with castle's powerful 1717 motor. Their trucks on the other hands needed some slipping to prevent from breaking.

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    Okay, I see..
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    As humay stated, the cush drive absorbs the shock and load from the drivetrain. It's basically a cushion, hence the name. Fyi, a couple different slippers can be fitted to the XO-1, namely the Slash 4x4 and Revo stock slippers with modification. The Robinson Racing Revo slipper fits with the least amount of modification (almost none), but you're limited to the teeth count it has because the spur gear is integrated into it.

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