Here's the vid to the race.
The one thing about the car is the arms are rock solid, so to break and arm must have been a good hit. The cvd's are still a work in progress as we have been through 2gen which were stronger but not enough a 3gen is getting even beefy-er , keep in mind when the dcj gets thick the yoke and the axle aslo has to be enlarged so it's 3 new parts. Have not got the gen 3 yet but I heard a test set will be on the way.
One time I was told by the boss to hit the boards on the 2gen dcj's in a couple of laps I turned full speed to the left on the straight to the non-moving board then hit the angle bend at the end of the sweeper then turn too soon to the left into a mid to high speed turn, bounced of that and shot over to the other side and hit that board, then at the end of the straight I pancaked the corner by letting the car drift and banking off all three boards on the outside. In all hit about 6 times in those few laps and did not break those cdj's but they did get loosen up quite a bit because later in the night I finnaly snapped one and it was a high speed turn.
Now I can say they got there workout by getting beat up because the boss made me do it but I know if was your car these would have been a better product because you would do what I did. But the boss is back the table making a better set. As for plastics no breaks and I have the new cnc knuckle in test works so the next thing that should be breaking is the c-hub, but no breaks there.