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    Slipper clutch eliminator? Summit

    Would you put this on your 1/10 scale summit if going speeds of 20 below. Mostly for crawling hardly any bashing. Is this a no no

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    I would just run it tighter.
    If you are not running big power or going for a bunch more speed.
    The slipper should not be a factor.
    Save the money for better bats or other parts.
    Just my opinion and you.
    I run a slipper on my brushless summit

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    Im running 2s Dual 7600 Lipos. Not that it makes any difference but thanks!

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    I don't see a slipper eliminator to be needed just tighten the slipper for crawling ..
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    what would be the expected behavior with an slipper eliminator ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tapage View Post
    what would be the expected behavior with an slipper eliminator ..
    Under heavy loads as in a stuck or jammed wheel parts will fail if your lucky it will be a axle shaft or driveshaft.If not so lucky you get the fun of pulling and rebuilding the diff.if you find the slipper is not strong enough you can mod a tmax brake disc to use as a beefier slipper

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamann View Post
    Under heavy loads as in a stuck or jammed wheel parts will fail if your lucky it will be a axle shaft or driveshaft.If not so lucky you get the fun of pulling and rebuilding the diff.if you find the slipper is not strong enough you can mod a tmax brake disc to use as a beefier slipper

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    Thanks ! I'll google more about tmax brake ..

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