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Old 09-17-2012, 12:05 AM   #7816
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It's a straight bolt on part. You also don't have to remove the ballstud mounts from the tranny case, but it's recommended for maximum adjustability.
Any idea when the rear camber link fix will be back in stock?
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Old 09-17-2012, 12:11 AM   #7817
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Any idea when the rear camber link fix will be back in stock?
I happen to have an extra I rec'd in a parts lot, pm me if you are dire need..
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Old 09-17-2012, 04:21 AM   #7818
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I am planning on running the blinky class. I was wondering what motor seems to work the best with the Tekin RS Pro and what gearing?
Im running Tekin 17.5 brushless with Rs Pro in blinky mode. Love the setup. Running 69 spur with 33-35 pinion at 15 degrees timing
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Old 09-17-2012, 05:41 AM   #7819
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I'm running the Rs Pro with a Viper 17. 5 geared wigh a 69 spur and 34/36 pinion and love it, I can pull on scr8pn4205 anytime I want :sneaky
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I'm running the Rs Pro with a Viper 17. 5 geared wigh a 69 spur and 34/36 pinion and love it, I can pull on scr8pn4205 anytime I want
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Old 09-17-2012, 06:04 AM   #7821
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I'm running the Rs Pro with a Viper 17. 5 geared wigh a 69 spur and 34/36 pinion and love it, I can pull on scr8pn4205 anytime I want
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Old 09-17-2012, 01:29 PM   #7822
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Does anyone know if the TLR 22 gear diff fits?

I have already tried tthe sc10 gear diff, and just built up the durango one. I don't really like either one but DO want to run gear diff. It seems like the TLR is the remaining option, but wondering on the fitment.
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Old 09-17-2012, 10:11 PM   #7823
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i ran my 210 at the indoor track today and im diggin it but i do have a problem with the front pushing under power im running mm4 set up
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Old 09-17-2012, 10:28 PM   #7824
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Hey guys at the moment I am leaning towards the tlr cars, but they don't have a 4wd, are a little more expensive, but my lhs has them. However I found a place a little ways away that carries Durangos. I can't decide so I need you to convince me to buy Durango! I am putting an equivalent post in TLR page so do your best! Thanks for the help!

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I have owned both cars. As recently as last week i drove my 210 back to back with a friend's 22. Both are great cars, but i never could get used to the 22. I tried several set ups, had help at the track by the pros, practiced, did all the mods, but i was noticeably slower and less consistant with the 22 than say a b4.1 worlds. The b4.1 suited my driving style, but was uninspiring to me. So i tried the 210, and have been really happy with the build, parts quality, forum support, and durability on the track. Have not raced with it yet, but since practicing, i feel very confident with the car.

The biggest difference to me between the 22 and the 210? The 210 has more steering and is very well balanced over jumps. The 22 is very stable, but pushes more with my driving style, and is hyper sensitive to any changes.

Good luck with your choice.

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Old 09-17-2012, 10:33 PM   #7825
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can anyone direct me to page number with 10.5t gearing or recommend FDR for no boost mechanical timing only
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Does anyone know if the TLR 22 gear diff fits?

I have already tried tthe sc10 gear diff, and just built up the durango one. I don't really like either one but DO want to run gear diff. It seems like the TLR is the remaining option, but wondering on the fitment.
What dont you like about the durango gear diff?

I have been running one since they were available and have not had a single issue.
They take a few runs to break in but after that are great.

It fits better than anything else as it's designed for it.
I can't comment about the losi diff but if you try an associated one it will eventually fail as the diameter of the durango diff is slightly bigger by about .95 of a mm.
This is not much but when you consider the teeth on the gear are less than 1mm tall you have mesh issues from the start - see pic - top gear is Team C ball diff gear but is the exact size of an associated.
We found this out the hard way, the sc10 diff lasted about 2 minutes (MM4 high grip carpet).
I believe the losi is the standard diameter too as per xxx, b4, sc10 etc.

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This is for anyone that's cut the front droop stop. Is it the stop on the chassis or the one on the arm?? Lol
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Old 09-18-2012, 05:05 AM   #7828
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I dont know if anyone has mentioned this or not so im going to throw this out here if you want to use the same wheel wrench for the front and rear all you have to do is get losi front wheel bolts or nuts whatever you want to call them they screw right in
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Old 09-18-2012, 05:12 AM   #7829
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This is for anyone that's cut the front droop stop. Is it the stop on the chassis or the one on the arm?? Lol
I cut the stop on the front pivot cuz dirt kept getting in between the stop and droop screw. I use 2mm limiters in front shock.
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i ran my 210 at the indoor track today and im diggin it but i do have a problem with the front pushing under power im running mm4 set up
Can you post your setup so we can help?
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