I'm a little confused. What is the advantage of a centrifugal clutch? Aren't all nitro engine centrifugal clutch.
A centrifugal clutch is fully disengaged at engine idle (when you let off the throttle and the car is coasting, not turning the engine/motor over like an electric), you have a mechanical brake - which is a lot more consistent than electric motor breaking, centrifugal clutches can be tuned for different engagement points and strengths, and have a more 'solid' feel than a slipper (although this car has both).
There's a huge advantage to nitro, especially in a tail-happy 2wd, that most people are overlooking.
(Last edited by Rsickles : 12.03.12 at 2:17 pm)
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