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    Traxxas CVD's (5451r) on a Neu brushless setup?

    Has anyone tried the traxxas cvd's racing with a high powered setup such as the neu 1515? I tore right through a set of my stockers today (during the a-main mind you ) and was debating on snagging more stockers or going w/ the CVD's. I don't think the CVD's will hold up to racing/jumping and Neu power combined.... thoughts?
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    Mine lasted all day today, I put about 8 packs through my MMM/Neu combo, and they were fine....


    They were even fine doing some 30ft jumps....
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    man the cvd is tuff enough!!
    man maxx was center cvd and cvd
    no prob!!

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    only problems I have heard are related to them poping out with the trutracs.
    http://monster.traxxas.com/showthrea...cvd+hoovhartid
    be nice.

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    hmm donno I guess I'll use the 60bux for a small pile of stockers.. I've been running this set for a month.. I'll just pay more attention next time
    Neu 1515 2.5d & 1.5d, 2x MMM -sIck IaM

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1fasterevo
    hmm donno I guess I'll use the 60bux for a small pile of stockers.. I've been running this set for a month.. I'll just pay more attention next time
    I think thats your best bet, I found that thread;
    http://www.revo-world.com/forums/sho...hlight=sliders
    be nice.

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    A thread that Hoovhartid linked to on another forum had a post by some bloke running TrueTrack rears (RPM) and the Traxxas CVD's and they were popping out. He bought the Extended cups (Traxxas branded) and that solved the problem. The extended cups are only 1mm longer than the stock cups
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    I had been running UE 8mm cvd's with my Neu 1515 1Y/MMM combo on 6S without any problems. Granted this setup is on a gmaxx that weigh about 11.7 lbs .
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