I recently did a new build on a stampede and one of the upgrades was using the aluminum pads for the revo clutch. However I didn't realize I needed the larer pressure plate, so I kept the stock pressure plates and fliped the slipper ring plate (the ring plate that the pads actually contact). Now the plate was used one one side, but not the other so i filpped it to the unused side.
The aluminum pads sound horrid, like a strangled cat, lol. Anyone else experience this? Also they seem very sensitive to tension, more so than the stock pads. I didn't like them at all (every time I drive down the street my truck sounds like its grinding itself apart between the chatter of the drive train and the slipper), i'm wondering if the larger diameter ring makes a difference (due to larger travel diameter or different grade of steel perhaps than the stock one the stampede came with?) or if this is normal. Any input would be appreciated. I have to order aluminum hexes for my teknos because the just rounded a plastic one one the first full run, so nows my chance to order the larger pressure plates to use with the larger ring if that's the way to go.
BTW i'm running a stampede 4x4 converted to slash 4x4 with 2400kv and two 3S 4000mah 25C packs in parallel, geared 17 / 54.