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Posted: 3/21/2023 7:57:39 AM EST
Broke an extreme duty MIP CVD on the Rustler.

That makes about 9 broken driveshafts now. Broken stock, broken upgraded stock, broken GPM metal shafts, broken MIP extreme duty. This is with 3S mind you, though the MIP snapped a stub axle in half landing a jump. Into grass.

Anything else to consider? Maybe the metal Traxxas CVDs?
fnh
Link Posted: 3/21/2023 7:05:11 PM EST
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Link Posted: 3/21/2023 7:07:51 PM EST
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You landing on power?

I’ve been running my Rustler on 4s with a slipper eliminator and the Traxxas CVD’s. I’ve broken one.
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Nope. I rolled on this particular landing. The Hoons DaBoots have nowhere near enough traction on...anything...to cause issues with landing on power, but no, I release before touchdown.
Link Posted: 3/21/2023 7:19:12 PM EST
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Link Posted: 3/21/2023 7:51:00 PM EST
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Check out the Traxxas axles then. I've had great luck with them plus you can buy just the parts you break. I'm running the Hoons also.
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Which compound on the Hoons? Running DaBoots or a different tread pattern?
Link Posted: 3/22/2023 8:40:23 AM EST
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Link Posted: 3/22/2023 12:07:50 PM EST
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DasBoot whites.
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That's exactly what I have. Do you find they have zero traction? I have a lot of dusty/dirty blacktop around here and traction is near zero, such that wheelies are impossible, it just does a burnout instead. Textured concrete is great though.
Link Posted: 3/22/2023 12:13:40 PM EST
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Link Posted: 3/22/2023 12:27:58 PM EST
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Yea it’s almost as if they’re made of chalk. I just use them to slide around for the most part. That’s all they’re good for. They last awhile on a small car like the rustler, that’s the plus side.
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Aren't these the EXACT tires the limitless ships with though? Or do they have a slightly different version? Surprised they'd ship it with these things.
Link Posted: 3/22/2023 12:32:08 PM EST
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Link Posted: 5/5/2023 2:10:02 PM EST
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I raced Associated RC10T chassis from the first to the T4 and always used MIP CVDs. I’ve only broken two in those nearly 15 years. I swear by them even now. As to drive shafts on my trail trucks, I e broken a few weather MIP, Element, GPM or any other. It all really depends on how you drive. Bashing takes its toll for sure.
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