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  1. #1
    RC Competitor
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Lehigh Valley PA

    Need a Slipper Clutch

    Hi everyone... Well Me & The Wife ventured out to our Local Off Road Track "last Saturday" the Track was recently Over Hauled & Re-designed & Configured... It was Really Slick TOO our Slayers had a hard time finding traction The Stock BF Good Wrenches had trouble all day...

    But anyway I think WE smoked our Slipper Clutch's ( toward the end of the day ) because our Slayers SCREAM @ full throttle & just move slowly "like the brakes are applied a bit" I think with the track being slick & rough "washboard rut's" I think may have damaged our clutches.... I called Traxxas on Monday they suggested swapping out to new Complete Slipper Clutches... My question is there a upgraded clutch system 1 that will be a 1-UP from the STOCK TRAXXAS Slipper Clutch or should I just get the ORG TRAXXAS Clutches The ORG Clutches HELD UP PRETTY LONG & thinking of just getting the STOCK Replacement Clutches....
    Last edited by nitropair4218; 04-23-2014 at 09:31 AM.

  2. #2
    RC poster
    Join Date
    Jan 2014
    Is there any adjustment left on the nut? Is it possible to tighten it up a little bit?

  3. #3
    Marshal Double G's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Putting the wet stuff on the hot stuff
    Just go with new. Or you could remove the pads and plate and remove the glazing.
    Some others have used the 2.5 T-Maxx brake pad as a slipper pad after a little modification.
    The Super Derecho

  4. #4
    RC Champion
    Join Date
    Aug 2013
    Brazoria, Texas
    I use the Hot racing slipper system for the revo and it works great. Its one of those put on and forget systems. I also have the st racing 3 shoe clutch system on my 3.3. I prefer the set and forget options so that I
    don't have to deal with it in the long run.
    Spartan Jet Boat
    Fiero GTP

  5. #5
    RC Turnbuckle Jr. CarGuy7a's Avatar
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Gettin' Lucky In KY
    I use the Traxxas optional heavy duty slipper rebuild kit 5352R with aluminum slipper pads with no problems. A good tip with using this kit is to pre sand and scuff up the friction plate and pads before installation.

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