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Old 04-24-2013, 11:23 PM   #10981
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:42 AM   #10982
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RLG...try Raul Garcias setup out, I really liked it...should be on petit RC
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Old 04-25-2013, 11:52 AM   #10983
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flipped the arms and the shocks on the back. Now I'll have to find out, how this goes on dirt
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In regards to servo choice, what would be best? Speed and Torque or just Torque? I'm planning on running Futaba servos. The choices I've boiled down to are:

Futaba BLS451
Specifications:
Speed: .14 Sec/60 Degrees @ 4.8V - .10 Sec/60 Degrees @ 6V
Torque: 111 oz-in @ 4.8V - 147 oz-in @ 6V

Or

Futaba BLS452
Specifications:
Torque: 6V: 194.5 oz-in
Speed: 6V .14 sec/60 degrees

I used to run a Hitec 7850 in my Losi 8-E but that's for 8th scale buggy, not 1/10th. I plan on running stock at first and then mod when I'm comfortable.
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:01 PM   #10985
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In regards to servo choice, what would be best? Speed and Torque or just Torque? I'm planning on running Futaba servos. The choices I've boiled down to are:

Futaba BLS451
Specifications:
Speed: .14 Sec/60 Degrees @ 4.8V - .10 Sec/60 Degrees @ 6V
Torque: 111 oz-in @ 4.8V - 147 oz-in @ 6V

Or

Futaba BLS452
Specifications:
Torque: 6V: 194.5 oz-in
Speed: 6V .14 sec/60 degrees

I used to run a Hitec 7850 in my Losi 8-E but that's for 8th scale buggy, not 1/10th. I plan on running stock at first and then mod when I'm comfortable.
I run the Futaba BLS 551. It's plenty fast and plenty torque. I like the low profile because of it's weight and it allows you to change the front ballast weight without pulling the servo.

SPECS: Torque: 102 oz-in (7.4 kg-cm) @ 4.8V 128 oz-in (9.2 kg-cm) @ 6V Speed: 0.13 sec/60° @ 4.8V 0.10 sec/60° @ 6V Dimensions: 1.6 x 0.8 x 1.0" (41 x 20 x 25mm) Weight: 1.6 oz (44g)
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Old 04-25-2013, 01:18 PM   #10986
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just my 2 cents but if i were buying a servo for the dex get something that has titanium gears ive stripped two servos or run a servo saver for sure, I ordered a savox 1256tg because i thought i had a 1258 laying around but unless i can trade it then i will use it in my dex it has 277oz-in but Speed is 0.15 but it will do just fine
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Old 04-25-2013, 02:03 PM   #10987
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I use a Futaba S9351.... works well for me.
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RLG...try Raul Garcias setup out, I really liked it...should be on petit RC
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Btw I use the new Hitec 8360. It replaces the 7940. Its amaizing.!
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I use this:
http://www.hobbypartz.com/33p-solarservo-d770.html

It's lasted an entire season of indoor racing this past winter, so I've already broke even on it as far as I'm concerned.
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Old 04-25-2013, 05:23 PM   #10991
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In regards to servo choice, what would be best? Speed and Torque or just Torque? I'm planning on running Futaba servos. The choices I've boiled down to are:

Futaba BLS451
Specifications:
Speed: .14 Sec/60 Degrees @ 4.8V - .10 Sec/60 Degrees @ 6V
Torque: 111 oz-in @ 4.8V - 147 oz-in @ 6V

Or

Futaba BLS452
Specifications:
Torque: 6V: 194.5 oz-in
Speed: 6V .14 sec/60 degrees

I used to run a Hitec 7850 in my Losi 8-E but that's for 8th scale buggy, not 1/10th. I plan on running stock at first and then mod when I'm comfortable.
I run the BLS451 and it's perfect for me. Just the right speed and has good torque, and super smooth steering response. Can't go wrong with that one.
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Old 04-26-2013, 08:28 PM   #10992
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Got to practice with the +10 tresrey chassis I'm liking it stability wise it's about the same as the DIMEC chassis, The buggy jumps really good specially on our outdoor track! However I feel the +8 DIMEC chassis gives me a little more traction... I'll play with the setup more to get the same feel as the DIMEC chassis....
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Has anyone run the STRC dex210 parts yet? I managed to get the cream front carbon tower through Tresrey but I can no longer get there stuff through my LHS, so I want a matching carbon rear tower since the tresrey one I ordered won't show any more. They call it 4mm graphite, is it carbon fiber or something else?
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Got a chance today to race my DEX210 with tresrey +10 chassis... I made a few
Changes I replace the insert on the front knuckle with #3 insert gain a lot of on-power steering, and move the shock inside on the bottoms of the front arm and wow the buggy came back to life it has the same feel as the DIMEC +8 chassis but it's better over all... Run few battery pack after the race to see which tires feels better and end up with Ribs/Suburbs combo for our indoor clay track...
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Has anyone run the STRC dex210 parts yet? I managed to get the cream front carbon tower through Tresrey but I can no longer get there stuff through my LHS, so I want a matching carbon rear tower since the tresrey one I ordered won't show any more. They call it 4mm graphite, is it carbon fiber or something else?
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