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Old 09-07-2010, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by bigBoyBigToy
OH I WANTED TO post about tightening your rear wheels down make sure you dont over tighten or you will snap your pins i tightend mine b4 the first quali and heard a snap on both rear wheels i just thought maybe it was the wheel by the end of the night both pins were broke in half hmmmm how my car worked i still havent figured out lol
Same thing happened to me with the rear left wheels. Still finished my day...very weird lol. I think we can use different pins if Im not mistaken. Are the stock durango pins too long for losi/tamiya rear wheels?
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
Same thing happened to me with the rear left wheels. Still finished my day...very weird lol. I think we can use different pins if Im not mistaken. Are the stock durango pins too long for losi/tamiya rear wheels?
I laughed when I saw how long the stock ones where, just used solid associated pins.
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Old 09-07-2010, 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
I laughed when I saw how long the stock ones where, just used solid associated pins.
For real homie lol. I was like thats a murphy's law waiting to happen.
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I put a novak fan in the car to keep temps down. I run an Orion 6.5(zero timing) geared 20 with an RS pro with 15% timing and 40 % boost. Motor temps 135-155 and ESC 125 after 10-15 mins. And John I have both front aluminum braces and the RR one. NANANANANA!!!
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Old 09-07-2010, 04:42 PM
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Ken,I would like to see a full setup sheet when you get time. I thought you changed something with the shocks but dont remember.
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Are other people seeing a bunch of Durangos showing up around the country? It looks like an invasion is happening here at Smactrac in Saint Louis.
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Old 09-07-2010, 04:57 PM
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We have 3 that were just built here at Real RC/Fastlane in KC...

I think these are going to be the new hot 4 wheelers!
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Up to eight at practice and indoor season has not even started!
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Yes it is an invasion...cuz this car f-in rocks out with its...u know lol.
I was debating this on an oople thread where they were doing this whole 511 vs dex thing. I had the tamiya and it was the hardest thing to work on and you cant even run it out doors cuz the belts and all are exposed and on a loose dirt track its a nightmare, not to mention getting to the diffs is an easy half hour job lol. The rango is so versatile you can take it ANYWHERE and run it and do great. And working on it is actually fun.
Belt drive is wack, shaft is where its at.
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Old 09-07-2010, 06:50 PM
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Originally Posted by kenshu
I put a novak fan in the car to keep temps down. I run an Orion 6.5(zero timing) geared 20 with an RS pro with 15% timing and 40 % boost. Motor temps 135-155 and ESC 125 after 10-15 mins. And John I have both front aluminum braces and the RR one. NANANANANA!!!
the car should be really stout now! Maybe we can break a arm insted lol...
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Originally Posted by ABBOTT
Ken,I would like to see a full setup sheet when you get time. I thought you changed something with the shocks but dont remember.
Still trying to find the right setup. Maybe after tomorrow I'll have it worked out. Then I'll post what I have. See ya tomorrow.
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Old 09-08-2010, 07:24 AM
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oh yeah baby i see those front braces on the fed ex truck im actually looking foward to breaking something else insted of the front butter chip
i actually wouldnt mind breaking a front arm lol hell even a rear toe block wouldnt be bad ha ha!!!
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wow what a nightmare i got my front ulum braces in today ff,fr thats the good news.... the other part i orderd was the pivot balls they sent me part number td330007 which is rear hubs and clearly on the invoice that they packed the part number should be td330037grrrrrr i sent them a email to there [email protected] hopefully they will take care of this...in the mean time do any of my local guys have those pivot balls i need 4 of them part number td330037????? please lemme know if u have them i will be at practice tonight.....
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