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Old 09-26-2013, 06:16 PM   #12376
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Anyone know where I might find a NIB kit version? I've looked everywhere....literally....
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Old 09-26-2013, 06:33 PM   #12378
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Post a WTB in the forums. You could get lucky.
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Old 09-26-2013, 06:46 PM   #12379
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Hey guys, I have a dex210 rtr and I love it, I wanted to get into a 4 wheel buggy and I think I would like to go with a durango. First question, should I get the r or the reguler, second question, should I buy a desc210 and race that instead of a four wheel drive, and is a thirteen five a good place to start for the four wheel? Please reply, thx
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Old 09-26-2013, 08:38 PM   #12380
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There was one for sale on RCTech earlier this evening for $239 I believe.
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Old 09-26-2013, 08:39 PM   #12381
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Do you know if they're on sale (140)? Local shop here has the 410 @ 150...crazy price but perfect for my budget.
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Old 09-26-2013, 08:50 PM   #12382
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Hey guys, I have a dex210 rtr and I love it, I wanted to get into a 4 wheel buggy and I think I would like to go with a durango. First question, should I get the r or the reguler, second question, should I buy a desc210 and race that instead of a four wheel drive, and is a thirteen five a good place to start for the four wheel? Please reply, thx
Whoa, that's a lot to take in with that post. How strong are the showings at the track you go to? I have a DEX210/DESC210/DEST210/DEX410v3. I only run the DEX210 and DESC210 regularly. If you can find the 410v3 for $199, it's a heckuva deal. Just know that the rumor is all most of the durango vehicles are getting upgrades very shortly.

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Do you know if they're on sale (140)? Local shop here has the 410 @ 150...crazy price but perfect for my budget.
If you can swing it, get the 410v3 instead of the 410Rv3. I suspect the shop has the R version. Check what your track runs. A lot of the guys running 4wd buggy are really good around here so it's overwhelming to run in a race. Mines is more for play right now.
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Do you know if they're on sale (140)? Local shop here has the 410 @ 150...crazy price but perfect for my budget.
$139.99 same as Tower before they ran out.

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If I call in do they do mail order? According to their website it's still listed at $249...
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If I call in do they do mail order? According to their website it's still listed at $249...
We can only do orders in person or through the website. I'll ask another manager how you should go about getting an online price adjusted.
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We can only do orders in person or through the website. I'll ask another manager how you should go about getting an online price adjusted.
That would be great...Since you are (2) hours ahead of me (UT), I can call in first thing and order it. If not...22 2.0 here I come....UGH and a lot more money.
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Hey guys, I have a dex210 rtr and I love it, I wanted to get into a 4 wheel buggy and I think I would like to go with a durango. First question, should I get the r or the reguler, second question, should I buy a desc210 and race that instead of a four wheel drive, and is a thirteen five a good place to start for the four wheel? Please reply, thx
Yowsa! Indoor or outdoor track? R would work good indoors. Pro would be better outside due to bigger shocks and more robust towers. Motor size depends on your ability. If its indoor run a 10.5 outdoor start with an 8.5. I run mostly outdoor tracks and run a 5.5 with timing and boost. Hope this helps dude.
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A ball diff doesn't have spider gears. The RTR has a 2 spider gear, gear diff. The kit has a ball diff and the alternate gear diff has 4 spider gears.
Typo fixed but I'm pretty sure everyone figured it out via context clues
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:16 AM   #12390
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I think I may need to have a custom part made unless someone out there already makes one. I want to run 0 degrees of rear toe on the arms but want to get 3 degrees at the hubs. All of the blocks for the rear arms are at 3 degrees while the hub inserts only go up to 1.5 degrees. The arm mount is easy to fix since the rear mount also fits the front using only the 2 inner mounting holes in the chassis. I'm running mid motor and want no anti-squat so this works. The problem is that I can only get 1.5 degrees of toe at the hub. Does anyone make a 3 degree insert for the hub?
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