So how about a fully clipped 2.6 Axys track with 8 tooth Pro drivers-(and driveshaft) that still have excellent clearance and on boost.?.
Conclusion: on deep lug track turbos with insufficient tunnel clearance to run 8-9 tooth drivers, use Avid 2-piece combo drivers and a fully clipped track at tightest tension you can manage without bottom end detriment or braking feeling on throttle off coasting. Again, stay away from any extrovert driver design that's going to drive the extrovert cogs against track rubber...you want the star tips butting up against metal if you want efficiency.
I feel that from your statement above, the extrovert is the issue now.. as the introverts,can slip on the nubs.
At least we fully clipped the track to rid of the annoying wear, but run the chance of deflecting the drive nubs under boost.....
We have 3 Axys set up this way for this season, and didn't want to have to go to extro's and the anti stab- as why we are trying this route--
It flat out worked awesome last season never slipped, and could run the track tension where we wanted to - but boost is the addition this year.... and sounding like it's going to be an issue.....