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Old 07-08-2015, 10:34 PM   #9511
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Another picture with the body off; excited to get it on the track.
Looks real nice, you got all the good stuff before you hit the track. Your gonna be real happy. +1 on servo horn and with the aluminum wing mounts you might look into the sworks 104 wing. It's like an 8th scale plastic. Never breaks
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Old 07-08-2015, 11:20 PM   #9512
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Reverse the ball stud on the servo horn will straighten that stering angle.
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Looks real nice, you got all the good stuff before you hit the track. Your gonna be real happy. +1 on servo horn and with the aluminum wing mounts you might look into the sworks 104 wing. It's like an 8th scale plastic. Never breaks
Those SWorkz wings weigh twice as much as a lexan wing. Weight that high up is not good. Lexan wings are plenty durable if you don't crash.

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Reverse the ball stud on the servo horn will straighten that stering angle.
The horn he is using is right in line with the bell crank ball stud. Moving the ball stud to the front of the servo horn is just going to angle it to the front.
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The Sworkz wing is a real nice wing, been running it on mine now for a while and still looks new even with some crashes on it. Worth the few extra bucks to have.
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Old 07-09-2015, 05:17 AM   #9515
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Yes, horn and linkage is just fine. I don't think I've ever had a car where the linkage is at exactly a 90 degree angle to the servo. Having full unrestricted travel in both directions is the only thing that matters. Nice buggy, you WILL be impressed.
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Does anyone know what the proper size driveshaft pins are for the D413? I bought one second hand and I need to replace all of the pins on the axles and the front and rear driveshafts. Anyone have a part number that is known to work?
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I am 99% sure the at 1.6x10mm. I assume you mean the pins for the hexes? Or are you referring to the CVA pins?
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Does anyone know what the proper size driveshaft pins are for the D413? I bought one second hand and I need to replace all of the pins on the axles and the front and rear driveshafts. Anyone have a part number that is known to work?
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I am 99% sure the at 1.6x10mm. I assume you mean the pins for the hexes? Or are you referring to the CVA pins?
He`s talking about the dog-bone pins that go into the drive cups
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Sorry guys- I mean the dogbone pins.
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I bought this plastic wing off of eBay and it bolts right up to the Exotek aluminum wing mount. The weight is pretty low also.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/121671206305...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT



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they took terrible on the car
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they took terrible on the car

I like it. It matches my 8ight now.

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I like it. It matches my 8ight now.

I can appreciate your attention to detail. Cars look nice.
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I can appreciate your attention to detail. Cars look nice.
Thanks Nitro.
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