Fioroni Vario Lightweight Air Flow 3 Shoe Adjustable Clutch (2 Ergal/1 Carbon)
This is the Fioroni "Vario" Lightweight Air Flow 3 Shoe Adjustable Clutch System. The famous "Vario" clutch system has been re-designed, in a lightweight, self ventilating flywheel configuration. Made from Ergal 7075 aluminum, and anodized Gold to distinguish it from the other Vario models. The flywheel on this clutch design has been milled to reduce weight, for increased acceleration. Additionally, the design allows a propeller action to be created, which will help to keep the clutch components cool and help to cycle air throughout the chassis providing the engine with fresh air.
The principal characteristic of the Vario three shoe clutch design, more than its quality, is related to the ability to adjust its working characteristics without changing springs like on standard clutches. Rotate the tightening cap that closes the clutch to obtain two optional positions that increase or decrease the spring preload and the clutch working curve.
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This product was added to our catalog on April 13, 2016.
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-- I have a RC8 and the AE clutchbell does not cover the clutch shoes. I got the fioroni bell... if you get the fioroni bell it takes 5x12 bearings not the 5x13 mentioned in amain's description. 5x12's are NOT easy to find but they last 4x longer than 5x10's.)
I know others have posted differently, but I would highly recommend setting it up in the #2 position, unless the track surface has tons of traction. I had it on the #3 position (stiffest), on a dry/loose track and the car was a handful. Switched it to the #2 position (took less than 5 minutes to make the change), and it was dialed! I am really happy with this clutch!
I used Ascendancy 13T and 14T Clutch Bells (only cause the Fioroni's were out of stock at the time), and they worked perfectly in my MBX6.)
There is also a tension block that starts at 3 and goes up to 5 if you really need that much punch or have that heavy of a vehicle.
I would get another one - no questions asked.)
But I thank you I was going to buy it)