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Old 07-20-2012, 03:12 PM   #6901
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Hey kwiksi can you answer my question about the hexes? I'm going to get a 210 so I'm sure I will have questions cause nobody around here runs one.

Thanks for the help
+1...I know Raul Garcia runs this setup with JConcepts hexes.

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Yes you can run 12mm hexs, the jconcepts b4 rears fit.
Avid should be same offset.
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Old 07-20-2012, 03:18 PM   #6902
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Thanks guys

I will be new to the 210 with no help around me so I'm sure I'll be need some help.

That and they aren't real happy I'm getting a 210 either. They all drive the AE B4.1
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Old 07-20-2012, 03:29 PM   #6903
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:12 PM   #6904
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Thanks for the set up help everyone, I'll be re doing most of my set up and go from there. I have the spring sets, the extra pistons to glue up all ready to fill and hopefully I can get the big idler Wednesday. Hopefully all goes well.
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:43 PM   #6905
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Thanks guys

I will be new to the 210 with no help around me so I'm sure I'll be need some help.

That and they aren't real happy I'm getting a 210 either. They all drive the AE B4.1
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Thanks for the set up help everyone, I'll be re doing most of my set up and go from there. I have the spring sets, the extra pistons to glue up all ready to fill and hopefully I can get the big idler Wednesday. Hopefully all goes well.
That's what we're here for.
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Old 07-20-2012, 04:44 PM   #6906
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I am no team driver but there are quite a few ppl including me having trouble with ceramics as diff balls. Search in the same thread and you will find many. The diff barks a lot even with any amount of tightening. The best upgrade is to get the bfast kit or least the diff balls.
Thanks Alok, Cpt. america and morris. It does seem as if the ceramic balls slip more. Even the Bfast kits are carbide.....there is something there for sure.

It was barking at take off, so I loosend the slipper to the point where it doesn't, about 1 mm thread showing on the adjustment screw. I only hope the spur doesn't over heat now
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Old 07-21-2012, 11:49 AM   #6907
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Do you guys think an 80a esc will be good with a 10.5 motor? Im running on a small indoor clay track.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYj8QCqpEGI

I run a brushless hobbies 120a with a 10.5 in my xxx-sct and the temps are super low. It rarely breaks 100 with ambient temps around 85-90
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Do you guys think an 80a esc will be good with a 10.5 motor? Im running on a small indoor clay track.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYj8QCqpEGI

I run a brushless hobbies 120a with a 10.5 in my xxx-sct and the temps are super low. It rarely breaks 100 with ambient temps around 85-90
80a should be fine for 2wd buggy. I know guys run the SP GT2.0 lpf in 2wd buggy which is 60a I believe. I wouldn't run it in 4wd buggy, but should be good for 2wd, especially with a 10.5.
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Thumbs up 210 hex front wheels

Here is a picture of the hex wheel option on the front of my buddy's 210. So sick!


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Old 07-21-2012, 01:42 PM   #6910
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Looks nice, question does it still retain the ability to adjust the trailing ?
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Looks nice, question does it still retain the ability to adjust the trailing ?
No, its fixed in a trailing position.
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Old 07-21-2012, 02:13 PM   #6912
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At the 4mm max?
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At the 4mm max?
Not exactly sure, its either that or 3mm.

The parts were available at my lhs.
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Not exactly sure, its either that or 3mm.

The parts were available at my lhs.
What parts are needed? I take it the hex is 12mm?
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:33 PM   #6915
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What parts are needed? I take it the hex is 12mm?
Yes, it fits the B4.1, Kyosho, and Team C wheels. I used the new Team Durango steering knuckle, Team Kyosho front axle (one with the hex already on it), and the Kyosho axle shims. The Team Durango axles should be out soon and or are already out. I know my lhs has them on backorder. I asked Jorn what axles he uses and he had his custom made.. ha
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