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Old 14-08-2016
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Default Multiplate Slipper for TM2

The HBI slipper shaft that enables the excellent Schelle Nova slipper to be fitted to the TM2 has come through its first day of racing at TORCH with flying colours!

It was reported that: "Slipper performed perfectly. It's setting didn't change all day. No play at all so I'm sure flats are holding up.The slipper was really cool too Maybe only 30 degrees."

During installation it was also possible to compare the weight of the HBI/Schelle unit with that of the standard assembly, as shown on the attached photo.
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File Type: jpg HBI-Schelle TM2 Slipper.jpg (121.2 KB, 42 views)
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Old 24-10-2016
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Schelle Slipper

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Plus HBI shaft

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Much smoother and consistent compared to original

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Old 25-10-2016
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Default Tm4 slipper fitment

Hi.

Sorry to hijack this thread but can this be modified to fit in the tm4te?

I currrently have the centre diff which comes standard with the team edition tm4. I'd like the option of dropping in a slipper clutch without having to change the top decks mid shafts and reposition the motor mount. Anybody done this?

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Old 26-10-2016
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Hi.

Sorry to hijack this thread but can this be modified to fit in the tm4te?
It looks as though there may be enough room between the bearings but the orange plate would probably need to be replaced. It wouldn't be exactly the same as the TM2 solution and I would need a shed load of parts to measure up before I could say for sure.
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The xray xb4 slipper is a straight swap with the tm4 centre diff
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The xray xb4 slipper is a straight swap with the tm4 centre diff
Thanks Joel. Does it work OK and stay constant over the day?
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Works great, very consistent and plenty of adjustment
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serpent 2wd slipper fits!!!!
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