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Thread: Slipper.

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    Slipper.

    I see some people have a bigger slipper clutch than the stock like some people have the e-revo one but what advantage is it?Thanks.

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    the erevo clucth will work more efficient, the stock clutch overheats, also the metal bearing adapter is recommended too, when the slipper overheats it melts the plastic adapter.

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    i would get the one for the e-revo i actually fried a slipper clutch last night it broke the clips on it ate the little pads up melted the plastic to the bearing's im going to get the e-revo one asap

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    i also need to ask you about this product. :S
    where will help?
    i mean if i put this and unscrew the clutch will i have more possibilities for wheelie..?

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    I stole these part numbers from an older thread. This should be all you need and the little pin on the sipper clutch shaft just gets moved to the other position.

    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXHGC5
    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...1p?&I=TRAC9353

    About the wheelies, unscrewing the slipper clutch will loosen the spring reducing hard acceleration. I think you mean if you fully tighten the slipper will it lead to more wheelies. And its sounds like this upgrade is just stronger than the OE slipper setup. I can't imagine that it grips that much more to induce wheelies. Wouldn't hurt to try though.
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    I have the revo 3.3 one on now but is the e-revo one better?.Thanks.

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    does the e-revo fit as good as the slash??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmane419 View Post
    does the e-revo fit as good as the slash??
    It fits exactly the same, no modifications or rubbing, a very easy and good upgrade.
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    is there anywhere u can buy it preassimbled? like the complete one??

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmane419 View Post
    is there anywhere u can buy it preassimbled? like the complete one??
    it will cost you more, to get the complete slipper rather than upgrading just the parts. I would try ebay.

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    ahh ok i will need to get the barrings and stuff then too i guess lol does it go the same way as the slash jus use the new plates on the bar with same plastic infront of it?

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    And YAY I ordered half of what I needed last package... I guess I better get the http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin/wti0001p?&I=LXHGC5 ordered... DOH!

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    i gotta order myself lol wont be till the 28th tho =\ im going to order doubles

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