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Old 09-09-2013, 11:37 AM   #12196
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The dimec20 is a little less flexible than the dimec. However, there are a ton of chassis out there to choose from. And... the differences between the dimec 20 and the dimec isn't enough to warrant a total change. Here's a link to a very helpful site when trying to upgrade your parts...
A very cool link!

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Old 09-09-2013, 12:23 PM   #12197
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Big race this weekend and finally had ballcup issues. It was on my MM4 setup with the shocks mounted on the back. It happened what I hit a jump wrong and landed on my lid. I think the shock spring may have been doing it also. Going to try switching to the straight ball cups and possibly turnbuckles with a smaller adjustment part.
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A very cool link!

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A lot of people have been going to RDRP because of the value. I like RDRP but there aren't any droop tabs on that chassis. Just good to note.
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Old 09-09-2013, 12:29 PM   #12199
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This was the last project I did back at Christmas break....


Any updates from Bman's on this project. I just now found this and want one.
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Old 09-09-2013, 01:38 PM   #12200
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Any updates from Bman's on this project. I just now found this and want one.
Should call it the Dex310.

Looks pretty darn cool.
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Old 09-10-2013, 12:05 AM   #12201
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Is it possible to run 12mm hexes on the front of the dex210?

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Old 09-10-2013, 03:01 AM   #12202
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http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...0_FrontHexMod/

from what i read you can use the DEST front axle and is shorter than the sc axle. you can search the thread for more info. that is how i found this.
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Is it possible to run 12mm hexes on the front of the dex210?

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Yes....look back a couple of pages i kind of remember someone selling a kyosho axle kit. Cheaper than you can build it for. I run the same setup no issues.
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Old 09-10-2013, 08:46 AM   #12204
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Looking for a little help before indoor comes up. I just need a starting point and I will change from there. I purchased this dex210 and I have been running 4x4sct and Ebuggy outdoors. I am going to start hitting some practice days with it starting tonight and want a few pointers in the 2wd world. It is currently set up mid motor since I will be running only on clay tracks which I believe is the right choice. If not someone tell me and I will switch it. Running a Novak Havoc esc with a 10.5 novak balistic and I also have a 13.5 (havent decided which class to run yet)
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Old 09-10-2013, 09:28 AM   #12205
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How is the stock setup running on a outdoor loose track
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Old 09-10-2013, 08:49 PM   #12206
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Anyone else with a RTR that leaked all of it's diff oil in the box? Not a big issue for me since I was going to go through the diff and shocks anyways but still a QC issue nonetheless...

Installed a Savox 1251MG, 4PL Receiver, Proline Calibers, Proline 4 Ribs, shocks with 30wt, and diff with 3K.

Excited to get it on the track tomorrow!!!
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How is the stock setup running on a outdoor loose track
I'd like to know this too since I'm in the middle of building mine. What motor configuration are you going to use? I'm doing RM4.
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Old 09-11-2013, 11:51 AM   #12208
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There are several setups posted on team-durango.com as well as petitrc.com to get you started with a setup. I would think the 'stock' setup is outdated and based on the stock aluminum chassis, not based on the +8 chassis if you are going that route.
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Here is my latest setup for a large outdoor clay track with low to medium traction. Car was very easy to drive.

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Why can't I find a setup sheet for the "out of the box" kit build? I have read through 335 pages of this thread, and I can't even find one! I appreciate all that I'm learning about the car, but I'm not what you would call a competitive racer, so I would like to set up my car as it was intended before I start tuning.

I believe the steering is supposed to be set up at -4 trailing, and the rear antisquat is set at 1.5 degrees, but I am not sure .....

Hopefully someone here has a sheet they can share, as the sheets on here are all over the place.....

I will be running RM3 since I know that is important. For now, I will be running all stock parts including springs, and would like to know where to set ride height (and everything else) as I good base. I can't believe Durango did not include a sheet, if only to make setup quicker.
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