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Vendettahobbies.com and thercproshop.com/shop

vendetta hobbies is actually running a special for the next 7 days and pre-orders during that time will be 10% off using the code "#PR Racing FTW"

Should be in the next month maybe little more, Nemo USA will also be available
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Vendettahobbies.com and thercproshop.com/shop

vendetta hobbies is actually running a special for the next 7 days and pre-orders during that time will be 10% off using the code "#PR Racing FTW"

Should be in the next month maybe little more, Nemo USA will also be available
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Build is very nice and tight, no slop anywhere. You will get 2 full sets of hexes, so you can choose to run the PR wheels or can run AE style offset wheels. 2 full sets of springs, PRs newest serated wheel nuts. Has machined shock pistons as well as few different sizes of the molded pistons...I cant upload the videos from last night at the carpet track as it says they are the wrong style of files or something...but I was super impressed with how well it did with a guess for a setup. It would take the sweeper flat out and would turn on a dime. But my shock tune was off some as it was little bouncy on flat landings. But overall I'm stoked as it was still felt really fast and can only get better. And was using a 8.5t with little timing actually on the can and under geared some....I did have a few option parts on it, 1.6mm front sway bar, aluminum bellcranks, one piece shock standoffs ,and the rear wing center stabalizer and wing buttons....stock front sway bar is 1.4mm for anyone wondering...I'm going back Friday as it's the last day for practice as the track wont be open this weekend. But I'll make a few changes and hopefully have a decent starting setup to share.
you have already put some OP on it, is that right ???
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What does OP mean in this context?
Original Post... Overly Powerful... One Piece.. something else?
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What does OP mean in this context?
Original Post... Overly Powerful... One Piece.. something else?
op = option parts
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you quoted his list of Option Parts:
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....I did have a few option parts on it, 1.6mm front sway bar, aluminum bellcranks, one piece shock standoffs ,and the rear wing center stabalizer and wing buttons...
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Front 1.6mm sway bar is from the 401R as they are the same lengths for easy compatibility.... and i had extra sets of bellcranks so I put them on....almost all option parts for the 401R are compatible with the RT so theres plenty available if someone wants.
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Man I'm really liking this truck. I'm trying to get my butt back to the track after several years absence. If I can get back to racing regularly this truck is definitely on my radar!
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I've been nursing this old ET410 body for a while, no sense in replacing it when I plan to get the 401R-T right?
Anyway, here's my race weight for the ET410 with turf setup for comparison:

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Yeah that's a decent amount of weight shedding right there lol.
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What is the weight difference between those two sets of tires? Are they using the exact same electronic setup? Make everything even if you intend to make a fair comparison.
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What is the weight difference between those two sets of tires? Are they using the exact same electronic setup? Make everything even if you intend to make a fair comparison.
I have a 401R-T on pre-order, I plan to pull the exact same electronics and run the exact same mounted wheels/tires from my ET410, this will give a true apples to apples comparison

Also note that my ET410 has over $300 in upgrades into it, many which reduce weight from box stock weight!
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My RT which is the unpainted one has full size electronics with ae wheels, the painted body one is the owner of PR also with full size electronics and PR st wheels. Pr ST wheels are some of the lightest available...so them and the tires are the biggest difference between the 2 RT showing weight..

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My electronic setup at the moment..i wasnt to worried about making it super clean wiring until my new motor and esc show up
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