Reviews for Avid RC "Mod" Triad Slipper Clutch (81T/84T) [AVD1020-MOD]

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Leigh Helmrich
Tuesday, Aug 9 2016 (6 weeks ago)
Avid RC "Mod" Triad Slipper Clutch (81T/84T)
I have used the Avid Triad slipper for a few years. This new version with the vented plates take the slipper to a new level of consistency. I highly recommend this for stock or mod. I have run this slipper in my 2wd Kyosho, Team Associated and Team Losi cars/truck.
Jordan Anderson
Verified Owner
Tuesday, May 3 2016 (4 months ago)
Avid RC "Mod" Triad Slipper Clutch (81T/84T)
Great part! Set it and it stays consistent lap after lap. Much, much better than the stock AE slipper.
Fred Jones
Verified Owner
Friday, Jan 30 2015 (about a year ago)
Avid RC "Mod" Triad Slipper Clutch (81T/84T)
What Avid fails to tell you on the 44.2 is you also need a 2$ spacer. The Desc for the kit really NEEDS to tell the buyer that the spacer is needed for the 44.2. No where on the Card that comes with it says the spacer is needed. The Desc on the part doesn't say it either. I could have added this 2$ part when I did my big AMAIN order. Now my b44.2 will be down for this week-end. ;(
Patrick Littleton
Friday, Dec 13 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Avid RC "Mod" Triad Slipper Clutch (81T/84T)
I was hesitant to switch to the Triad slipper but must tell you all that it is the best thing going for 2wd buggy, stadium truck, or SC. Get the red pads or the garo-discs from RCShox, too. This slipper has almost infinite adjustment when mixing and matching different slipper pads. My 22 and 22SCT are entering and exiting turns better than ever. I have more torque than I have ever had, too.
David Loudin
Verified Owner
Monday, Aug 26 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Avid RC "Mod" Triad Slipper Clutch (81T/84T)
Great clutch Have this on my Scr-sp and it really helps out on loose dusty clay tracks
Kurt Wenger
Thursday, Apr 25 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Avid RC "Mod" Triad Slipper Clutch (81T/84T)
I run this on my B4.2 and B44.2 and the power delivery is super-smooth. It feels like the car actually has more traction.