Lock your slipper KIT

ALZA-Racing

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Hi.

For those who ever wanted to fully lock the slipper.
This 2 parts are machined from 7075 T6 aluminuim and
weight is 16 grams, stock slipper set is 14 grams.

Dejan









 

Shaun

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wow that looks awsome, and for those of us who run with the slipper tightened right down this should be great!!
 

rjsl-xl

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Nice work Dejan, just wondering if you could make a spacer to take place of the spring, also what keeps the spur from spinning on your plate?
 

ALZA-Racing

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Those 4 tabs that are on the spur which are holding original
slipper pad.

However I tested it only on 44 FLUX SPUR.

Don't know if other spurs have this four tabs inside.

Yes I could make that spacer to.

Dejan
 

rjsl-xl

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That is kewl, what would it cost for this piece and the spacer shipped to Canada P8N-2Y4?
 

frddyj

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Those 4 tabs that are on the spur which are holding original
slipper pad.

However I tested it only on 44 FLUX SPUR.

Don't know if other spurs have this four tabs inside.

Yes I could make that spacer to.

Dejan
ive used 44, 45, 47 & seen a 52 and they all have the tabs ;)
 

ALZA-Racing

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So this locker/sucker will then fit all original HPI spurs, as long as
the tabs are the same.

Because bottom piece captures those tabs so precisely you have to
put a little preassure on it so the tabs pop's in.

You can than turn the spur arround and the locker part
wont fall off.

Dejan
 

gruardian 388

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This looks like a very well made product. What kind of type of driving would it be used for? I am thinking more for the drag racer, puller, or hill climber. I guess you could use it in a basher. In theory you could use in in jumping but take in count the stress you put on the drive train and clutch. If anybody could shed some light on this it be greatly helpful. I am really tired of smoking slipper pads but, it is better than breaking trans parts. :thinking:
 

Cwheeling

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Hey frddyj! Looks like the total was $15.90 for everything. Heres the current conversion=1 U.S. Dollar = 0.691823 Euros. I think this changes daily so check before you buy! Oh by the way I'm chad not lee. I have been called much worse!LOL:wiggle:
 

ALZA-Racing

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Yeah, $$ is low right now comparing to €. Not long ago it was 1$ = 0.80€

Dejan
 

hpinitromt

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I'm having trouble using your website, may just be my computer
i would like to buy the savage slipper locker
do you have a paypal account? i can pay you through paypal
 

Bankrupter

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This looks like a very well made product. What kind of type of driving would it be used for? I am thinking more for the drag racer, puller, or hill climber. I guess you could use it in a basher. In theory you could use in in jumping but take in count the stress you put on the drive train and clutch. If anybody could shed some light on this it be greatly helpful. I am really tired of smoking slipper pads but, it is better than breaking trans parts. :thinking:
I have run locked slippers for years. You do have to drive different but its the only way to go.
 

rokie1432

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hi guys,
I'm looking at buying the locker for slipper kit. But have some questions.

could someone pls enlighten me on the difference between using this Alza locker compared with the stock spur fully tighten down?
Is it better for bashing and jumps, OR is it only good for racing?

Can someone point me to any youtube video, if any, showing the Flux running this locker kit?

thanks in advance for your help.
 

rokie1432

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thanks dejan for the quick reply.
i'm only a basher, and wondering if the locker kit will hold up well for jumps?
 

ALZA-Racing

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It depends how you do your landings :)

Dejan
 

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Just to understand, why lock down the slipper?
Doesn't defeat the purpose of a slipper?
Not entirely, as long as you have a slipper setup there will be some slipping but it takes alot more to activate it. I tighten mine down fully, as do many others. Better performance with little to no issues.
 
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