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Old 12-03-2014, 10:39 PM   #6361
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Nice to see the shock caps.You guys forgot one thing the orange anodized nuts.
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Old 12-03-2014, 10:59 PM   #6362
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Default D413 NEW kit, unopened + parts for sale...

Ok all,

my new D413 showed up .. and its up on Ebay for anyone who wants one. As I said I wont be using it, dont want to put it on the shelf.

I bought a few goodies for it ... their included in the sale.

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Hotbodies/HPI D413 4wd buggy kit w/xtras 1/10 buggy, Electric, 2014
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Old 12-04-2014, 12:45 AM   #6363
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aluminum caps FINALLY in the warehouse. #114112

one package will do two shocks. includes aluminum caps, bleeder screws, bladders, standoffs, cap bushings, and mounting hardware.

the standoffs are 1/8 scale style, in fact the cap bushings are the same units used in the D8 series cars.

Lol - just after I ordered some extra plastic caps too.
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Old 12-04-2014, 04:07 AM   #6364
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are these the shock orings from associated that work on the D413?

http://www.amain.com/team-associated...ings-8/p275243
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are these the shock orings from associated that work on the D413?

http://www.amain.com/team-associated...ings-8/p275243
Don't use those, they will leak a lot. Stick with the stock O-rings.
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are these the shock orings from associated that work on the D413?

http://www.amain.com/team-associated...ings-8/p275243
http://www.amain.com/team-durango-3x...rple-8/p274327

These work great in the D413 shocks. Much smoother than stock, still uses the stock components. No leaking as of yet.

There is one harder shore and one softer shore available.
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Old 12-04-2014, 05:12 AM   #6367
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Also does anyone find that their pinion doesn't line up with spur center? The motor collar gets in the way of sliding the pinion further down for better alignment.
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Old 12-04-2014, 05:23 AM   #6368
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nope. pinion fits fine
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Dremel a notch so you can slide the pinion farther back.
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are these the shock orings from associated that work on the D413?

http://www.amain.com/team-associated...ings-8/p275243
I sanded down the plastic spacer a little (couldn't find 1.5s in my box and wasn't patient enough to wait to buy some...) and so far no leaks and they are still super smooth.
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What wheels are compatible with this buggy. Im looking into buying one and need to know what my wheel options are.
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22-4 wheels
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What wheels are compatible with this buggy. Im looking into buying one and need to know what my wheel options are.
Stick with stock wheels if you're using 2.2 tires. 22-4 wheels in the 2.4 style if you are using 2.4 wheels. Proline 2.4 wheels flex a ton. AKA 2.4 wheels flex a lot less. Haven't tried any JC wheels.
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Stick with stock wheels if you're using 2.2 tires. 22-4 wheels in the 2.4 style if you are using 2.4 wheels. Proline 2.4 wheels flex a ton. AKA 2.4 wheels flex a lot less. Haven't tried any JC wheels.
+1 The ribbing in my proline wheels is "twisted" my AKA look fine. just ordered some JC 60mm to try out.
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Don't use those, they will leak a lot. Stick with the stock O-rings.
I have used the ASS x rings for several months. Works perfect for me!
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