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    RC Racer
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    Aluminum clutch shoes!

    I bought the dynimite aluminum clutch shoes for my slayer 3.3 with a freshly overhauled 3.3 bearings nd all. The front tires almost lift off the ground but the truck just slides sideways because of loosing traction. These things are awesome !!! the part # is 5184 They fit on the origanal 2 post flywheel too!

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    I run the M2C racing clutch 3 alum shoe setup and it works great as well. Huge improvement. That along with the Revo slipper clutch upgrade with the aluminum pads it's a pretty solid setup. Just have to clean it a little more often, that aluminum dust gets everywhere.

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    huh ya i kinda wanted a 3 shoe but nobody had 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by summit_slayer_t-maxx View Post
    huh ya i kinda wanted a 3 shoe but nobody had 1
    Had one in stock or made one? There's a couple companies that make a 3 shoe conversion for the small block engines. Integy makes one, the M2C Racing kit I have, and the Buku racing kit. The Buku kit is fully adjustable without changing springs. They have a set screw setup so you can increase or decrease spring pressure without even removing the clutch bell. It's pretty slick.

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    o i know they make them. none of the local hobby shops had them though

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    I will for sure be getting one very soon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by summit_slayer_t-maxx View Post
    o i know they make them. none of the local hobby shops had them though
    Yeah it's one of those specialty items that not many shops carry along with many other upgrades for the Slayer. It's not an overly popular truck.

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