I'd say the plastic spur would probably take the bearing of the damage. If your ok with switching spurs more often then I say give it a shot and see how it holds up.
No one has been brave enough to run spool Off-road lol. Was hoping to find someone hereWell, since you're repping/distributing his parts, I figure you’d be in the best position to get feedback on the spool and how well it’s performing. What have customers been saying?
On-Road it's done great well over 130 mphWell, since you're repping/distributing his parts, I figure you’d be in the best position to get feedback on the spool and how well it’s performing. What have customers been saying?
The point is because I'm running a bigger motor and running through too many slipper pads. Just going to downsize the motor and stick with the upgraded slipper hub setup.What exactly is the point of running the spool off-road? The bumpier the road, the more you want some slip tolerance in the spur. If you’re just trying to go fast, the smoother road, the better.
I do almost exclusively off-road bash/racing with a 3s blx granite. I never race with 100% power, because the wheels spin out, and the loss of control is no where near a good trade off for the slightly higher speed.
The only scenario I can imagine wanting an off-road spool is at the salt flats where everything is flat and smooth and traction is lower than street (so the wheels spin easier than the gears stripping).