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Old 01-09-2014, 06:44 PM   #736
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Could someone hook me up with a good set up for a high traction setup on a medium sized indoor track using slicks? I want to stay RM if at all possible.
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Selling my DEST210 with every Tresrey Part Made for it. Ran for about 15 minutes. Comes with a new chassis and Tersrey prototype servo. $200 shipped. PM me for pictures if you're interested.
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Old 01-26-2014, 07:54 PM   #738
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I've got most of my kit built...I'm having trouble figuring out which inserts to use for the front and rear hubs...if someone could pm me or post on here which and why to use it would be greatly appreciated

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http://www.team-durango.com/in-the-p...rticle_id=4518
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Old 01-26-2014, 08:01 PM   #740
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I've got most of my kit built...I'm having trouble figuring out which inserts to use for the front and rear hubs...if someone could pm me or post on here which and why to use it would be greatly appreciated
http://www.team-durango.com/in-the-p...rticle_id=4518

this will help you most.. I didn't understand till I read this..

that link and

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...goDEST210.html for what setup applies to your track.. there isn't many but it gives you a starting point.
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Old 01-27-2014, 07:01 AM   #741
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is there a good baseline bigger outdoor track setup to start with?

my t4.1 was getting long in the tooth and I got the itch to build another kit so while tower had them for cheap with the coupon codes I snatched one up.

anyone drive this and AE and how do you compare the two?
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:14 AM   #742
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Did they make a running change on this kit or do you have to buy the type b chassis
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Old 01-29-2014, 11:23 AM   #743
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Did they make a running change on this kit or do you have to buy the type b chassis
The new parts are included with kits and RTR's now. Did you just get one?
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Yeah me and a couple of my friends just ordered some
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Yeah me and a couple of my friends just ordered some
It'll probably come with the type B parts in the box. You'll need to out it on yourself if it's the RTR.

If not, call Hobbico.
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Old 01-30-2014, 05:49 AM   #746
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i just got the kit and started building it. mine came with the type b suspension holders, parts, front bulkhead, chassis.

Only thing they messed up so far is the type b motor guard in my kit is for the SC not the ST. but as far as i can tell only difference is the sc has tabs to mount the rear bumper so im still going to use it.

from what i can tell so far(about 1/4 way done) is there was thought put into the design of this kit with wrenching on it in the future in mind.

so far i do not like how the front bumper looks cheesy.

also i did not know if you use the adjustable trailing front axle hubs it does not have bearings...not good....so i used the stock trailing arm hubs.
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i just got the kit and started building it. mine came with the type b suspension holders, parts, front bulkhead, chassis.

Only thing they messed up so far is the type b motor guard in my kit is for the SC not the ST. but as far as i can tell only difference is the sc has tabs to mount the rear bumper so im still going to use it.

from what i can tell so far(about 1/4 way done) is there was thought put into the design of this kit with wrenching on it in the future in mind.

so far i do not like how the front bumper looks cheesy.

also i did not know if you use the adjustable trailing front axle hubs it does not have bearings...not good....so i used the stock trailing arm hubs.
Motor guard: I think the just threw the same ones in for the upgrades for all models rather than look DEX/DEST/DESC.

Trailing front axles: Those are for the DEX210 not the DEST210. All of the wheels use 15mm Hex. The trailing axles use bearing.
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Old 01-30-2014, 06:12 AM   #748
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makes sense.

i was mistaken on the trailing arms.

how strong are the bellcranks/steering on this setup?

alo what worried me is that tiny little sevo link ends. are those breaking?
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makes sense.

i was mistaken on the trailing arms.

how strong are the bellcranks/steering on this setup?

alo what worried me is that tiny little sevo link ends. are those breaking?
I haven't heard of any issues with the bellcranks. I did upgrade to aluminum though. Just bling.

I popped off the steering link like one time. I don't think it's problematic
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anyone have or know where to get rear A arms? my buddy just broke his on dest210rtr and great planes/tower whatever is saying out of stock until April!
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