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    Endurance racing and the ET-137 wheel?

    Has anybody had any problems with endurance racing with the et-137 wheel?
    I was considering doing some endurance racing this year and wanted to know if anyone else was using it for endurance or CC bouy racing?

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    there's one way to find out...

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    I run a 2rude on my 07 RXT and had no issues as of yet for the last 2 yrs. Though I only run 8220-8260rpm on the rotax racing stock class 8300 ecu.
    I don't see why the ET wouldn't work.. As long as you have good throttle control, keep a good eye on it & don't set your slip too high & use good oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ou812 View Post
    I run a 2rude on my 07 RXT and had no issues as of yet for the last 2 yrs. Though I only run 8220-8260rpm on the rotax racing stock class 8300 ecu.
    I don't see why the ET wouldn't work.. As long as you have good throttle control, keep a good eye on it & don't set your slip too high & use good oil.
    So you would say that you didnt have clutch slippage for the last 2 years with your 2rude with offshore riding? You never reset the slip?

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    I'm sure he would have reset the slip many times.

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    I wasen't planning to run the Hahn 300 or the Cat to Lb run quite yet, but just some local 45-50 minute sprint endurances during the upcoming race season,
    I was just checking to see if running that hard for that long was a problem with the ET-137 or should I just keep the X-charger stock wheel for the endurance racing?

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    I ran a 137 last year for a while and in my experience you should have no problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haapiti007 View Post
    So you would say that you didnt have clutch slippage for the last 2 years with your 2rude with offshore riding? You never reset the slip?
    Oh hell no.... I reset that slip many times and rebuilt it twice. Ran the Mark Hahn with it too. I would check the slip after every race and adjust or replace washers accordingly. I found that setting new washers at 17ft/lb would settle in at around 15.5ft/lb slip after break in.

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