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Old 10-16-2017, 11:37 AM   #11581
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lol, I take it Tekno "encouraged" you to look at the Eb410? lol.

Well, with the way the market is on these, pics of what you have can help.
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Old 10-17-2017, 12:12 PM   #11586
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vehicle as a roller probably $200-ish at best. This doesn't include spares you have since they aren't in the pics I am seeing. For electroncs its probably around what you can find them going for used individually. Factor in alittle discount for a package deal.
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Old 10-17-2017, 01:37 PM   #11587
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vehicle as a roller probably $200-ish at best. This doesn't include spares you have since they aren't in the pics I am seeing. For electroncs its probably around what you can find them going for used individually. Factor in alittle discount for a package deal.
im keeping electrics minus motor
all brand new
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im keeping electrics minus motor
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Well to give you an idea of what you might expect, I sold my d413 (schelle chassis, exotek upgrades) roller with a dang good bundle of parts/tires, painted body and a Reedy Mach2 motor for around $180. And that took weeks to sell. They don't bring in a lot of cash unfortunately. But I'd say my price is on the low end of what to expect. Cain probably had it nailed at around $200, maybe a bit more since it's still fresh.
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Old 10-17-2017, 01:46 PM   #11589
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yeah its a tough deal right now. The buggies were selling on ebay brand new in the box for prices that were shocking, like $160 shipped.

Local may be your best bet to save on some fees.
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Old 10-18-2017, 03:30 AM   #11590
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I am leaning towards a EB410 and the D413 has very little resale value. What would it take to convert it to a 2WD vehicle?

I imagine that it would involve removing the front differential and putting very thick oil in the center differential. Maybe weights in the front too?

I considered a D216 but around my area simply using the thing results in blowing the diffs.
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Old 10-18-2017, 06:55 AM   #11591
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I have no idea what it would take to convert to 2wd, I have the tekno eb410
the D413 is still a great buggy! I was thinking $200 also
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Old 10-18-2017, 12:58 PM   #11592
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I would say the thicker fluids for sure. they use like 200K on the Tekno ScT410 2wd conversion so can give you an idea of what is what.

You may need to try and effectively get more kickup in the front of the vehicle too.

Having run a vehicle that was basically a 4wd buggy turned into a 2wd, the DEX210F, if the traction is there, its money.
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Raced it 5 club races. Noticed the drivetrain was not totally free. Found that the top brace was holding the center diff 2 tight. Like kinda way 2 tight. I made some braces that separate the diff about 1 2 mill ish. Read the exotech is bindy 2.
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built it ALL NEW ELECTRICS
raced it 1 day
very sweet car, run more outdoors 1/8
Im a tekno driver so...
Gotcha. You'll miss this car...haha.
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I am leaning towards a EB410 and the D413 has very little resale value. What would it take to convert it to a 2WD vehicle?

I imagine that it would involve removing the front differential and putting very thick oil in the center differential. Maybe weights in the front too?

I considered a D216 but around my area simply using the thing results in blowing the diffs.
bash my d216 outside and run it hard at the track. I wish I could break the diff so I had a reason to pull it out.
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