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Old 12-08-2013, 07:36 PM   #13051
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Whats A Good Setup For A DEX210 OR DESC210 For Indoor Carpet And Indoor Clay Track For A Beginner
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Old 12-09-2013, 07:01 AM   #13052
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Whats A Good Setup For A DEX210 OR DESC210 For Indoor Carpet And Indoor Clay Track For A Beginner
Tons of great setups on Petitrc.com to check out. They have the most setups to look at. Tons of carpet and clay ones to choose from.
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Old 12-09-2013, 10:14 AM   #13053
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Old 12-09-2013, 05:10 PM   #13054
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Than for the info shagino. What would you speculate the changes to be? What if any short comings are there to be fixed or refined?
I actually would drop $300 vs the $150 that it sounds like kits are going for if there are decent improvements.

Sounds like its all just going to be speculation, but your educated guess is valuable to me... thanx.
I will take a peak at flame's roller, might be cheap enough not to pass up
Sorry, I forgot about this. In addition to what everyone's saying about the type B stuff, the spy shots have shown new front arms. Based on TD's history naming v2's, it should be upgradable.

I'm wondering what they'll do with the chassis. Composite +8 still? Some setup sheets had said +8 aluminum I think. The new 410 has different driveshafts I think so that wouldn't shock me. Maybe front hex's, everyone seems to be going that way for lower rotating mass. Kind of annoying if you have a lot of tires though.

I'm glad that you picked up flame's roller. I was shocked at how low he sold his for.
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Old 12-09-2013, 05:17 PM   #13055
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I'm glad that you picked up flame's roller. I was shocked at how low he sold his for.


Hey Now...I still have 3 left..
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Old 12-09-2013, 05:22 PM   #13056
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I am running a rear motor 4 configuration. Senior moment going on. I just rebuilt my diff. What side is the diff screw located on?
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Old 12-09-2013, 05:28 PM   #13057
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I am running a rear motor 4 configuration. Senior moment going on. I just rebuilt my diff. What side is the diff screw located on?
Oh no, not this question..this always brings up a huge disagreement. I dont really concern myself with this any more, but if I did, I would put it opposite the spur gear/slipper.--> who's next?
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I always put it on the right side of the car (wheel direction) no matter if is RM or MM 3 r 4 gear
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yip oppisite side of the spur ,slipper
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Old 12-09-2013, 07:13 PM   #13060
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I always put it on the left side of the car since the rotation of the diff is always against it loosening.
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Looking for some input on chassis layout, mostly from the mid motor side. Ive been tinkering with a couple chassis designs and I think I have settled on one. Thought I would post it up here and see what people thought of it.
Aluminum chassis, will run mid or rear and will fit saddle, shorty and standard pack (standard lengthwise)
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Old 12-11-2013, 07:38 PM   #13062
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How about a lip on the side pods so the body will be able to keep dirt out with a tighter fit, the only other thing battery placement just needs some movement forward and back because not all conditions are gonna call for say 70/30 weight distribution and in most cases it's better to move instead of adding more weight
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How about a lip on the side pods so the body will be able to keep dirt out with a tighter fit, the only other thing battery placement just needs some movement forward and back because not all conditions are gonna call for say 70/30 weight distribution and in most cases it's better to move instead of adding more weight
Im working on a sliding battery tray, the challange is keeping that ROAR leagal. I also want some type of side pods that the body will be able to be velcroed on, I hate body clips!!
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Is the strc carbon shock tower good? Or should i just stay with the stock plastic?
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Is the strc carbon shock tower good? Or should i just stay with the stock plastic?
Mine are in the mail system, I'll post an update if you want. I have both front and rear ordered.
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