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Old 03-18-2014, 09:09 PM
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Originally Posted by teeforb
Doesn't the big bores come on v3? Am I missing something here?
Not the version I got. Thanks, I have some washers in there already but I dont have the long mounts.
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Old 03-20-2014, 02:17 PM
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Originally Posted by teeforb
Doesn't the big bores come on v3? Am I missing something here?
Not if you got the V3R.

If you look on petite RC, there are tons of setups for the small bores for all different conditions.

But its really not that much money to upgrade them. Its around $10/pair of shock bodies, then get a piston set approx $6-10 depending if you get type B or machines , and big bore plastic caps $10. If might be worth it if you run on tracks with lots of jumps and bumps. But on carpet, small bores give you quicker response.

Technically you should still have the big bore shock collars in your kit, as it comes with big and small bore collars and plastic wheel nuts.
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Old 03-20-2014, 03:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Dino_D
Not if you got the V3R.

If you look on petite RC, there are tons of setups for the small bores for all different conditions.

But its really not that much money to upgrade them. Its around $10/pair of shock bodies, then get a piston set approx $6-10 depending if you get type B or machines , and big bore plastic caps $10. If might be worth it if you run on tracks with lots of jumps and bumps. But on carpet, small bores give you quicker response.

Technically you should still have the big bore shock collars in your kit, as it comes with big and small bore collars and plastic wheel nuts.
Oh thats a good idea. At the time I didnt buy the bigbore version because I didnt know the difference. Changed to bb's on my b4...now I won't go back and regretting the 410 i picked HAHA.
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i think the asnwer to this is yes they are but to clarify is the big bores or the dex210 the same as the 410.
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Old 03-20-2014, 07:31 PM
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Can someone let me know exactly which 12mm hex works for both front and rear such that I can use kyosho wheels?
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Originally Posted by teeforb
Can someone let me know exactly which 12mm hex works for both front and rear such that I can use kyosho wheels?
http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...herWheels.html
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Old 03-20-2014, 08:08 PM
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Thanks but can't seem to find HB parts. They seem to be discontinued
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Originally Posted by trick25
i think the asnwer to this is yes they are but to clarify is the big bores or the dex210 the same as the 410.
The DEX210 and 210RTR have the same shocks as the v3 or v4. the v3R uses small bores
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Originally Posted by teeforb
Thanks but can't seem to find HB parts. They seem to be discontinued
Bummer, I haven't had mine that long!
Amain is where I got mine.
Yup, no longer on their site.
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Old 03-21-2014, 05:40 AM
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http://www.rcplanet.com/Hot_Bodies_F...p/hbs61499.htm

http://www.activepowersports.com/hot...FRQaOgodWTAAjQ
http://www.shop-rc-models.com/products/hpi-racing/61474
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Geez. Tower is taking for ever to get the v4 in stock? Do you guys know where I can get the v4 close the $340 shipped, besides tower?
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Can anyone tell me is the caster of the dex410 with the 19deg caster blocks actually 19deg in total including the chassis kickup? does anyone know what the chassis kickup angle is and what the caster block angle actually is?
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Originally Posted by LOSI123
Can anyone tell me is the caster of the dex410 with the 19deg caster blocks actually 19deg in total including the chassis kickup? does anyone know what the chassis kickup angle is and what the caster block angle actually is?
The chassis kickup is 12 degrees. The castor blocks come in 17,19 and 21. So I guess 31 total. Hope this helps.
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Ok the reason i ask is I come from a B4 buggy which there 30deg caster blocks only actaully have 5 deg in them and the chassis has 25deg. I thought this buggy may have been the same.

EDIT: Upon eye balling it alot closer I have a feeling it looks as if the 19 deg is including the chassis kickup and there may be only 7 deg in the hub itself.
Are you certain of there being 31 total?
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Originally Posted by LOSI123
Ok the reason i ask is I come from a B4 buggy which there 30deg caster blocks only actaully have 5 deg in them and the chassis has 25deg. I thought this buggy may have been the same.

EDIT: Upon eye balling it alot closer I have a feeling it looks as if the 19 deg is including the chassis kickup and there may be only 7 deg in the hub itself.
Are you certain of there being 31 total?
Am I certain, no. But I am certain the chassis is 12. It could be included I just don't know why Durango would market them like that then. But what your saying makes sense because when I ran Kyosho they had 7&10 blocks. I know it's a question but why such the interest?
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