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Old 11-21-2016, 08:50 AM   #421
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I think the lunsford ones are better, but not a whole bunch better for the current cups versus the original ones that the dex210 had problems with.
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ok, thanks. I will be adding the Lunsford more for the bling bling...LOL. But at least there will be a slight improvement in performance and weight. Money not completely wasted I guess. I will post some pictures once I get them on.
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Old 11-25-2016, 02:21 PM   #423
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Amain has the dex410v5 for 349.99
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Old 11-26-2016, 09:05 PM   #424
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I got the longer rear shafts but how does this work is it just put more dogbone into diff i dont see how it makes car wider instructions vague as hell.
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I got the longer rear shafts but how does this work is it just put more dogbone into diff i dont see how it makes car wider instructions vague as hell.
Hi, it does not change the rear width at all, its just different, where the angle of the dogbone begins. With the longer bones, you need to use the more outer hole on the axle, so the point were the pin of the dogbone touches the diff, should be almost the same.
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I got the longer rear shafts but how does this work is it just put more dogbone into diff i dont see how it makes car wider instructions vague as hell.
The axle has multiple holes to suit the different length driveshafts.
It's not designed to make the car wider.
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so why would you want to change length ?
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so why would you want to change length ?
Hi Fuzzchop,

In the description on the TD Website you can see, that the different mounting positions does change steering, so a deeper mounting point in the axle, gives you more on power steering, for that you'll need the longer 62.5 mm drive shafts and if you Mount the drive shaft in the most outer hole from the axle, you will need the shorter 57.5 mm drive shaft, kit Standard is the middle mounting and 60.0 mm shaft.


when you scroll down, you can find the "multi-axle" description:
http://www.team-durango.com/race-cars/dex410v5/

hope that helps?
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When using a shorty pack with both the battery and motor in the rear whats the difference whether the motor is on the right or left?
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I think the rotation of the motor may affect something relative to the chassis. Exactly what i don't know.

Ran today first leg of our point series and ended up taking 1st (probably should have been second as leader broke) but the after changing the shock settings was on point even though I was running a 13.5 motor against a sea of 10.5s . I could see they had a tad more pop than I did but the Maclan 13.5 held its own quite well. I may buy the higher torque rotor to try out on that motor. I was also running it in strictly blinky mode as I would like to see us do a spec class eventually.



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After changing to different shock shafts car worked great, pretty durable too.
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Has anyone had issues with AKA front wheels and the 12mm hex's? The AKA's are just too big and rotate and strip out on both the stock plastic hex as well as the Exotec upgraded aluminum hex's.

The TLR front wheels by comparison fit like a glove and aren't oversized?
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I'll see if I have any AKA wheels here and give it a look. I use JConcepts wheels no issues here.

Anyone got pics of fan setups for the motor you guys are using?
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All my wheels for this buggy except one set are AKA and I have no issues. The other set is an xray set of front wheels. All of them are 12mm hex.
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Hi everyone,

I just want to ask, if someone knows, to witch brand Travis Amezcua (Peanut) switched, or what he is doing now?
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Hey Cain,

Congratulation to that result, well done!

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I think the rotation of the motor may affect something relative to the chassis. Exactly what i don't know.

Ran today first leg of our point series and ended up taking 1st (probably should have been second as leader broke) but the after changing the shock settings was on point even though I was running a 13.5 motor against a sea of 10.5s . I could see they had a tad more pop than I did but the Maclan 13.5 held its own quite well. I may buy the higher torque rotor to try out on that motor. I was also running it in strictly blinky mode as I would like to see us do a spec class eventually.



https://www.facebook.com/RCUndergrou...7768116339896/


After changing to different shock shafts car worked great, pretty durable too.
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