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Old 08-30-2014, 05:29 AM   #4411
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had to post pics of the lid. also wanted to say that i have a kit that i got probably two weeks after the initial release and my spur is pristine (still have an extra just in case though).



Dude ! Your D413 looks like it got painted by my favorite band !

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Old 08-30-2014, 05:38 AM   #4412
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no but it was the winner of the Swedish 1/10 Buggy National Championship in the hands of a 9 year old girl

okay enough with the xb4 in this Thread, just hand to point that out lol

I will be running my D413 for the 1st time tomorrow at Central Raceway if weather permits. I have basically the stock setup besides 37.5wt front and 30wt rear and diff oils at 10k,60k,10k. tho I will be most likely go up to 15k,60,5k since its a outdoor loose dirt/clay track with bigger size jumps. Any info from someone that has drove the car on a similar track would be must helpful.
I've been running 15/80/3 on a similar surface.

Thinking about going to 15/60/3 and stretching the wheel base another millimeter. Maybe even move my battery to the most rear position. ProLine Calibers working pretty nice on the loose stuff. I'm trying to set it up where I can be harder on the throttle in sweepers.
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Old 08-30-2014, 10:00 AM   #4413
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I've been running 15/80/3 on a similar surface.

Thinking about going to 15/60/3 and stretching the wheel base another millimeter. Maybe even move my battery to the most rear position. ProLine Calibers working pretty nice on the loose stuff. I'm trying to set it up where I can be harder on the throttle in sweepers.

Yeah I wanted to go with 15k,60k,3k but didnt have any 3k at the time of the build. I was wondering what pistons and shock oils eberyone are running outdoors. I have seen a wide range of oils/pistons on the thread and was looking to get tat dialed in for a medium size/jumps track. here in michigan we really dont have any high bite tracks so im mostly looking for loose dirt/clay setups. I mostly run Holeshots, Blockade, and Vp Pros turbo trax if that helps explain the surface.
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I've been using 3 hole pistons. 1.3 front and 1.4 rear, stock springs with 35/32.5 oils.. I'm running 10/50,0000/5..... Seems to work well for me on
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I've been running 15/80/3 on a similar surface.

Thinking about going to 15/60/3 and stretching the wheel base another millimeter. Maybe even move my battery to the most rear position. ProLine Calibers working pretty nice on the loose stuff. I'm trying to set it up where I can be harder on the throttle in sweepers.
If you try and push it, is it oversteering, understeering, 4 wheel drifting or traction rolling?
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got a few questions for everyone. Since I got the buggy, I have been running on an outdoor wide open track. Now that indoor season is coming, I took the buggy to the local indoor track to run a few laps and noticed the front wheels ballooning. Do you guys thing I should try 60k in the center diff from what I am currently running which is 100K? I have an extra diff so no trouble for me. Keep in mind that the track was just built with red clay and is still fresh.

Also, Has anyone tried running in the saddle pack config? pros/cons
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lowering the center diff oil will make the ballooning worse.
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If you try and push it, is it oversteering, understeering, 4 wheel drifting or traction rolling?
At The particular track I was talking about, the rear of the car wants to wash/spin out while on throttle in the sweepers. Going down from 100k to 80k in the center diff helped a little. Thinking about dropping to 60k in the center to transfer a little more power from the rear up to the front while on throttle. This track's surface feels loose compared to other tracks in my area.

At other tracks that have higher bite, 100k in the center has been perfect.
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Try 10/60/3.
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I wouldn't go down in f/r diff oils. If you want the rear to wash out less try 20/80(or 100)/5, make sure you run more droop in the front than the rear, zero spacers under the rear inside camber link and go with the wing in the high position. If that doesn't help keep the rear end from coming around it is time to look at tires/inserts followed by shocks.
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Thanks for the input guys.
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Paint looks great ! What Tekno products are you running on your D413 besides the stickers
He runs for tekno..
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Anyone have a youtube link of Tessmann winning the Roar Nationals last week ?

I cant find a video of the race anywhere .
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Anyone have a youtube link of Tessmann winning the Roar Nationals last week ?

I cant find a video of the race anywhere .
if you have a bonus lap account you can go watch A3 and the killer pass
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