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Old 09-17-2013, 04:07 AM   #12286
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hey guys what setup stations do you use setting these up? iv been looking at the hudy 1/10th off road system or the intergy universal system then I can use it on my DESC210 and 410 as well
I use the Hudy on my DEX210/DESC210/DEST210. For the DEX210, I switch had to get the imperial axles ans switch them out when using the setup station. The normal ones don't fit. You also should use the aluminum spacers that should have came with the Hudy. I use them on front and back.
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Sounds like I'll like them. Calibers are great but there's always room for improvement. Plus the Tazers are M4 vs M3 with Calibers which should help even more.

I'm running the stock RTR setup minus Losi 30wt. oil and 3K in the diff. I'm looking for more steering on power mid-late turn. Think I should add some weight under the servo (running Savox 1251 LP) or try some other setup change?

Added a picture so you can get an idea of how rough/bumpy and dusty the surface it. Could almost go as far as saying it's almost sandy but very very fine sand...
I don't have the rtr setup in front of me, but you could try running 15 to 30 grams of weight in the nose. You could also try moving the top of the shock in one hole.

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hey guys what setup stations do you use setting these up? iv been looking at the hudy 1/10th off road system or the intergy universal system then I can use it on my DESC210 and 410 as well
No setup station. I just use a ride height gauge, camber gauge and a toe gauge.
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Old 09-17-2013, 08:39 AM   #12288
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I'm assuming you mean move the front shock in one upper hole correct?

With all this talk about the DEX210 liking it's ball diff tighter should I go ahead an try 5K from 3K. Didn't look as if it was diffing out and from how I understand it thicker oil would give me more of an on power push, right?

But as usual I'm getting ahead of myself with setup considering I haven't driven 2WD in over 6 months and have one practice day with my DEX210 on a new ever changing track. Lol
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Old 09-17-2013, 09:27 AM   #12289
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Im running 100k in my gear diff. Im also running -10 caster inserts in the front and have all the corner speed i could need or use.
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I use a drill with an old driveshaft to break my diff in out of the car and just keep tightening the diff a little at time, run it, tighten some more, etc. until I completely bottom the screw and back it off an 1/8 of a turn.....done
Thanks, I'll give that a try.
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I'm assuming you mean move the front shock in one upper hole correct?
Yes. You could also take a small amount of droop out off the front. There are many things you can do to add a little more on power steering, but they all have trade offs.



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I use a drill with an old driveshaft to break my diff in out of the car and just keep tightening the diff a little at time, run it, tighten some more, etc. until I completely bottom the screw and back it off an 1/8 of a turn.....done
I do the same, but I use a dremel. Works like a charm.
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Old 09-17-2013, 12:09 PM   #12292
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today i received my revolution designs r2 steering plate for my buggy, and its so different that i have no clue how to install it in the right direction. does anyone run this part? could someone tell me which way to install it on the buggy?

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Guys I have my dex210 up for grabs. Its a very special unique car. Its as close to jorn's car as possible. Call me 2035508518 if interested.
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today i received my revolution designs r2 steering plate for my buggy, and its so different that i have no clue how to install it in the right direction. does anyone run this part? could someone tell me which way to install it on the buggy?

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question, How in the world can you tell which side is the rounded side of the snap ring on the diff. I have a magnifing glass and still can not tell
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question, How in the world can you tell which side is the rounded side of the snap ring on the diff. I have a magnifing glass and still can not tell
Tony,

If you cannot see, I would then try to feel the edges. I know it is a small part.
Also look at the color to see if one side is brighter than the other.

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Guys I have my dex210 up for grabs. Its a very special unique car. Its as close to jorn's car as possible. Call me 2035508518 if interested.
How much?
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Tony,

If you cannot see, I would then try to feel the edges. I know it is a small part.
Also look at the color to see if one side is brighter than the other.

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I think you'll need to call him..
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Have the 210 rtr and only put electronics and 37 1/2 weight schlock oil in it. Set ups??
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