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Old 09-20-2013, 08:37 PM   #12301
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Have the 210 rtr and only put electronics and 37 1/2 weight schlock oil in it. Set ups??
http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...ngoDEX210.html

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Old 09-20-2013, 09:10 PM   #12302
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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
The black circlips that come with newer kits don't have the rounded/flat side issue that the old shiny ones did
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Old 09-20-2013, 10:53 PM   #12303
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The black circlips that come with newer kits don't have the rounded/flat side issue that the old shiny ones did
Hmm...just got a new dex210 from tower a couple days ago and got the old style circlips....Any other updates made to the newer kits that I should know about?
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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
YOu can always swap pit out for an xray TC car one or I thin a schumacher one.

THere are also plumber shops that sell them have a look at some of the earlier posts.

I have a few that I could send but will brobably best you get some locally
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Old 09-21-2013, 06:20 AM   #12305
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Do you have your esc on the left or right with the MM setup?
It would be a lot easier to route the wires if the esc were on the right side.


Would still like to know.
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Would still like to know.
I have mine on the right side
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Would still like to know.
In line mine sits under the brace at the back
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Old 09-21-2013, 02:23 PM   #12308
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question, got back from racing today, Today I ran my 22 cause I lost my hinge pin inserts to my 210 wrenching last night lol. The durango last week did well, just needs a tick more steering. Raced on the same track today and I was a second off of my times last week with the 210. So looks like the 210 fits me a little better. But one other issue I dont really no what the deal is, I used all the same electronics last week as I did with the 22 today. The issue is it seems like the losi is much quicker acclerating and a little easier to clear jumps. Im running the stock gearing on the 210 with a 8.5 gen2 tekin with a 22 tooth pinion. Do I need to change the spur to a smaller gear?
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question, got back from racing today, Today I ran my 22 cause I lost my hinge pin inserts to my 210 wrenching last night lol. The durango last week did well, just needs a tick more steering. Raced on the same track today and I was a second off of my times last week with the 210. So looks like the 210 fits me a little better. But one other issue I dont really no what the deal is, I used all the same electronics last week as I did with the 22 today. The issue is it seems like the losi is much quicker acclerating and a little easier to clear jumps. Im running the stock gearing on the 210 with a 8.5 gen2 tekin with a 22 tooth pinion. Do I need to change the spur to a smaller gear?
What gearing did you use in the 22? It has a smaller internal gear ratio(2.43) compared to the 210(2.6).
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I used the stock 22 spur and a 22 tooth pinion
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I know this has probably been answered before but I've been looking and can't find it.
How do you put 12mm hexes on the DEXSC210
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Old 09-22-2013, 04:37 AM   #12312
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question, got back from racing today, Today I ran my 22 cause I lost my hinge pin inserts to my 210 wrenching last night lol. The durango last week did well, just needs a tick more steering. Raced on the same track today and I was a second off of my times last week with the 210. So looks like the 210 fits me a little better. But one other issue I dont really no what the deal is, I used all the same electronics last week as I did with the 22 today. The issue is it seems like the losi is much quicker acclerating and a little easier to clear jumps. Im running the stock gearing on the 210 with a 8.5 gen2 tekin with a 22 tooth pinion. Do I need to change the spur to a smaller gear?
If I checked properly the 22 comes with a 76T spur stock, so your FDR(Final Drive Ratio) would be 8.38. 81/25(8.42) or 84/26(8.40) give the closest FDR to what you had in your 22. Here's a FDR chart for reference(not all gearing combos will fit, still working on it) http://durangofansite.com/DEX210gearing.php#210
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Any ideas how high esc can fit under the stock body?
Mine's 32.5mm and I'm a little afraid it might not fit.
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Any ideas how high esc can fit under the stock body?
Mine's 32.5mm and I'm a little afraid it might not fit.
I never measured it, but I had a Speed passion in mine at one time with a fan on it, and had no issues..
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anyone use the associated big bore 1.6 pistons?
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