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  • 95% parts compatibility with the EB410 4WD 1/10th scale buggy.
  • Updated 3mm 7075 CNC chassis and revised A and B hinge pin braces.
  • 13mm hard anodized threaded shocks with locking spring perches.
  • New 32 pitch spur gear for ultimate durability
  • 3.5mm shock shafts with revised dual guide x-ring cartridge.
  • 7075 CNC machined adjustable hinge pin brace system.
  • Three high volume fluid-filled adjustable differentials.
  • Lightweight 7075 tapered center driveshafts.
  • Quick access to differentials and maintenance friendly layout.
  • Captured CVA front and rear driveshafts with heavy duty 6mm stub axles.
  • Fully ball raced reverse bellcrank steering system.
  • Uses 1/10th AE Offset Stadium Truck or Traxxas Slash Short Course offset wheels.
For you guys all discussing what power plant to run, I would take note of the following statement from Matt W.

Matt - Probably would recommend a 10.5 for something similar to 13.5 in a buggy. I personally run a 6.5 in it and itís pretty fast. Pro4 4600 will run in it but it has a lot of power and will need to be turned down in the esc.

Parts Needed to convert from EB410 to ET410

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Old 01-20-2019, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by 07stuntin6r View Post
People seem to recommend a servo with high tq ratings. I ordered a Protek 170sbl for mine shouldn't be a problem.
seems a little over kill. 160T is actually perfect for the truggy
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Originally Posted by RCSteveH View Post


seems a little over kill. 160T is actually perfect for the truggy
i got a savox 2274sg running it at 7.4 V and no issues yet

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Originally Posted by smkd13 View Post


i got a savox 2274sg running it at 7.4 V and no issues yet

Savox 2274
thatís a good servo too. I just prefer the aluminum casing on the ProTek over the Savox plastic
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Originally Posted by RCSteveH View Post


thatís a good servo too. I just prefer the aluminum casing on the ProTek over the Savox plastic
yeah true. I havenít run into much issue with the plastic top case. It seems to hold up even on my Arrma badger.
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Ok everyone. Having a reaction roll issue. I am running box stock and setup according to the manual. I was traction rolling at the end of the straight on the sweeper and then in a hairpin 180 that has a raised platform.

I am either pushing too too hard in the corner or something.

Running 28mm ride height and stock yellow springs. I also have orange springs f/r and red rear springs coming. Only thing I have changed is dropping front shock weight to 463CST

also mover rear shock to tower outer position
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how did you take out the bulkhead?
I'll take some pics when I get home from work today. It really wasn't too bad.
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I'll take some pics when I get home from work today. It really wasn't too bad.
still be nice to see what broke on yours. When you getting back out to IRCR again. I should be there fri, sat, sun this weekend again
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For traction rolling, I always start with adjusting/lowering the ride height. Depending on what surface you are running on, and what tires you are using, modifying the outer edge of tires to get less grip is a possibility.
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For traction rolling, I always start with adjusting/lowering the ride height. Depending on what surface you are running on, and what tires you are using, modifying the outer edge of tires to get less grip is a possibility.
running med to high bite clay with electrons. Ride height is set to 28mm and droop settings are box stock. Would it be beneficial to lower to say 26mm and take out 1mm droop?

I am am still trying to understand how droop interacts with everything
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I looking at the promodler ds345blhv all aluminum case steel gears. Promodler dot com
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hell yeah it is you. I got one too hope to see you out at the track soon bud


Oooooooo!!! Very nice!!!! I like!!!!
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still be nice to see what broke on yours. When you getting back out to IRCR again. I should be there fri, sat, sun this weekend again
I'll be out on Sunday. Can't wait.


I actually get a day off this weekend. Do they have a new layout yet? When I broke the rear bulkhead I came off that jump right before that bumpy dog legged wagon wheel turn way to fast and came down right on those orange cones and the tracks pipes all cockeyed at the same time. It was ugly. When I changed the bulkhead though I just removed the screw and locknut at the top of the chassis braces and the 4 screws from the bottom and took the whole rearend off. Then the shock tower, ballstud mount and diff cover screws and left everything else together in one assembly.
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Originally Posted by Teknewbee View Post
I'll be out on Sunday. Can't wait.


I actually get a day off this weekend. Do they have a new layout yet? When I broke the rear bulkhead I came off that jump right before that bumpy dog legged wagon wheel turn way to fast and came down right on those orange cones and the tracks pipes all cockeyed at the same time. It was ugly. When I changed the bulkhead though I just removed the screw and locknut at the top of the chassis braces and the 4 screws from the bottom and took the whole rearend off. Then the shock tower, ballstud mount and diff cover screws and left everything else together in one assembly.

yes sir sir they have a new layout. That wagon wheel was a veritable nightmare. I just got a picture of this last night. Sunday would be nice too bad you canít make for sat night races. Looks like it will go back together easy lol looking forward to see you out there bud


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So I run all TLR stuff, I am looking to get this but I was hoping to use the same wheels. Is it possible to change the hubs to run TLR wheels? I know the standard is AE wheels.

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I have not found it here yet. What are the rules for this class? Jconcepts National events? You have to run Stadium Truck tires? Or Shortcouse Tires also OK? Is there a min weight?
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