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Old 10-23-2013, 12:54 PM   #12691
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Thanks Dino... anyone have any setups I'm running a tekin gen2 17.5 combo rear motor setup and a 8.5 mid motor I run on large indoor clay track's with medium size jumps and 100 ft straight.
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Old 10-23-2013, 09:52 PM   #12692
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Going to try shortest front links and see how I like those...
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I hate to ask but I don't have time to read through all the posts Can someone tell me what springs people are running on clay med/high bite surface? I run in UT usual tires are MC scrubs/suburbs. If anyone can recommend what they would run that would be great. If you run AE or TLR springs let me know as either way I need to order but the TD springs are harder to come by.
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I hate to ask but I don't have time to read through all the posts Can someone tell me what springs people are running on clay med/high bite surface? I run in UT usual tires are MC scrubs/suburbs. If anyone can recommend what they would run that would be great. If you run AE or TLR springs let me know as either way I need to order but the TD springs are harder to come by.
I run 4 hole pistons (2 holes epoxied shut) 27.5 front oil, 25 rear oil, Lose red/yellow springs (stock 22 spring rates)
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Old 10-25-2013, 05:58 AM   #12696
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I hate to ask but I don't have time to read through all the posts Can someone tell me what springs people are running on clay med/high bite surface? I run in UT usual tires are MC scrubs/suburbs. If anyone can recommend what they would run that would be great. If you run AE or TLR springs let me know as either way I need to order but the TD springs are harder to come by.
There have been a lot of setups added to team-durango.com recently and if you grab one of my most recent setups from there, it should get you pretty close.
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:20 AM   #12697
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Also, petit rc has a whole page completely dedicated to setups for the 210. That is what I have used over and over to gather hints on everything from ride height to gearing. I did a google search for dex210 setup and it's the first result.
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Does associated spurs fit? I want something lower than a 75t found on amain.
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Old 10-25-2013, 11:02 PM   #12699
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Does associated spurs fit? I want something lower than a 75t found on amain.
Not out of the box. You either need the Tresrey conversion kit or you can slightly enlarge the hole.

RW makes a 69 spur for TD cars. Avid makes a 66 if you want to go that route.
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Old 10-26-2013, 03:25 AM   #12700
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What pinion should I use with a 8.5 mid motor and a 17.5 rear motor I have a 69 tooth spur and a 87? Please help.
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Old 10-26-2013, 06:30 AM   #12701
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Start w/ a 24/87 on the 8.5 +/- pinion size based on temps, bigger for the 17.5 26-28/69 id suspect but I've never dialed in a 17.5 on my buggy. 8.5's seem best 22-24 range.
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Old 10-26-2013, 09:11 AM   #12702
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8ight-e mind posting your setup sheet for your DEX210? When I tried yours for my DESC410 it was dialed!
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8ight-e mind posting your setup sheet for your DEX210? When I tried yours for my DESC410 it was dialed!
I have to update my current today,, I'll try to get it up. I finally have a pretty dialed setup. My old setup already on petit was pretty good and can be done w/ stock parts mostly... but this new one is better for sure.
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8ight-e mind posting your setup sheet for your DEX210? When I tried yours for my DESC410 it was dialed!
I sent the update to petit, but here is a link to dropbox CLICKME

I tried to make a note but on the front steering hubs if you don't have the revolution design R2 steering plate, use 4-5mm spacers, the r2 plate lowers the position of the link on the inside and you don't need really anything on the outside to level it. Nice part. I also added the sumo racing tranny brace to keep the inner pins from every having an issue so if you don't have this I would run about 2-2.6mm worth of spacers on the inside ball as well. I have the sumo part with 1mm spacer on mine.
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Old 10-26-2013, 12:51 PM   #12705
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Thanks eight -e. I put a 69/32 on and did some tests out front and is fast I don't know how it will work on the track. Thanks again I'll give the 87 and try.
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