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Old 08-07-2012, 03:03 AM   #151
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There is one change that Durango did.

On my truck I received an extra bag with the revised rear hinge block and comes with new instruction page 11. The revised (rear rear one) hinge pin block doesn't use the ball inserts anymore, just a tight fit straight fit for the hinge pin. They kept the same part number for both blocks.

My friend didn't receive this revision pack with his truck. He ask his LHS for the new block but got refuse.
they revised the rear hingpin block? the FR or the RR. are the both aluminium now? with the dex210 1 is aluminium and one is plastic. and with the desc210 they are both plastic.
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they revised the rear hingpin block? the FR or the RR. are the both aluminium now? with the dex210 1 is aluminium and one is plastic. and with the desc210 they are both plastic.
The RR block has been changed. Both of the rear blocks are plastic.
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The RR block has been changed. Both of the rear blocks are plastic.
to bad. it should have been aluminium
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Old 08-07-2012, 09:48 AM   #154
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Well got mine in today, I'll let you guys know if I'm missing anything as well and I'll contact TD asap too...........Gonna be running barcodes and suburbs for the clay track I run on, anyone got some good setup tips so far? Thanks
What track do you run at?
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has anyone got TD to respond to them regarding the missing screws? I emailed them yesterday AM and they still have not responded. Very frustrating to have a kit that I can't finish.
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Old 08-07-2012, 08:17 PM   #156
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has anyone got TD to respond to them regarding the missing screws? I emailed them yesterday AM and they still have not responded. Very frustrating to have a kit that I can't finish.
That sucks, which bag were the screws supposed to be in so I can check to see if I got them or not???????

Man I can say one thing coming from an AE background mainly of building kits to this kit is a challenge. When I opened the thing up and saw all the bags weren't labeled like I'm used to I felt like WTF, but I'm getting through it just fine so far and taking my time with this build. Will probably have it done in two to three days lol since I can only put in about an hour or two a night...... Can't wait to get it on the track though, luckily my local track already has alot of durango parts in stock so if I'm missing anything they might have it (as long as its nothing major etc)
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That sucks, which bag were the screws supposed to be in so I can check to see if I got them or not???????

Man I can say one thing coming from an AE background mainly of building kits to this kit is a challenge. When I opened the thing up and saw all the bags weren't labeled like I'm used to I felt like WTF, but I'm getting through it just fine so far and taking my time with this build. Will probably have it done in two to three days lol since I can only put in about an hour or two a night...... Can't wait to get it on the track though, luckily my local track already has alot of durango parts in stock so if I'm missing anything they might have it (as long as its nothing major etc)
They are listed on the shock building page, can't remember what bag.
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trying to line my stuff out to order my truck (dest210) does anyone know what spur it comes with?
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The kit comes with a 87T spur
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Old 08-08-2012, 09:30 AM   #160
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Holy cow I knew that parts were going to be more for the durango, but $12 bucks for a spur???? I mean it is what it is and I'll pay it but is there anyone that makes after market spurs etc for the rango's?
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Rw does. You're also looking at the hop up Machined spurs. Stock spur works fine and is $4.

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXCDDE&P=7
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Rw does. You're also looking at the hop up Machined spurs. Stock spur works fine and is $4.

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXCDDE&P=7
Ok thanks Randy, I just did a quick search on tower for the spur's and thats what came up. And much appreciated for the better link on the stock spur, going to be placing an order for a few of them.....
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Oh and what gearing do you guys recommend for a D3 13.5 motor for both blinky and boosted? Thanks
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Oh and what gearing do you guys recommend for a D3 13.5 motor for both blinky and boosted? Thanks
I used to run 24-25/81 with a blinky 13.5 when I ran a T4, since the trans ratio is the same it should be a good start. To develop a boosted package I drop one pinion tooth for every 10 degrees of timing, and closely monitor temps in the process.
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Yeah Johnny is spot on for most of the tracks I run on.
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