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Old 09-08-2010, 09:44 PM
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You need to order a lot of spares son! Might as well get you a spare roller why you at it! Ha-ha! Cannot wait for winter racing (almost)! I think the class will be good size on the heels of eifff EP and this crazy Durango invention!
Are you going to park your 2.0 for the winter or bring it out to play every now and then
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Old 09-08-2010, 09:47 PM
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Are you going to park your 2.0 for the winter or bring it out to play every now and then
No. I will not be running 8th scale on that track!
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SALLY

Its a good lesson in control
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Old 09-08-2010, 09:54 PM
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Its a good lesson in control
Needed for some but not I. Current limiter, kiddo. See you in Burlymantown running Nitro . . .
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Old 09-09-2010, 04:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Just checked the tracking on my package that I ordered from him at 1PM yesterday, it is sitting in KC right now... so i will have it tomorrow morning.

Cant beat that shipping time!
good to know. I placed an order through Amain on saturday and it's not schedueled to be delivered until monday Granted it was a holiday weekend but I'm not paying Amain's extra charge for "rush" packing. Next time I'll just go through RPP.
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Old 09-09-2010, 07:20 AM
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What are common parts that should be ordered as spares with this kit? I have read about the front outer suspension holder, can someone give a part number for it, and what else is needed?

Also, what motor is best for a smallish track? Was leaning towards a 10.5.

Lastly, what is the limitation on height for a Lipo? I have Venom 6300mah saddle packs, but not sure if they will fit.
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i think its 23-25mm depending on what car you have
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Originally Posted by jsmax
What are common parts that should be ordered as spares with this kit? I have read about the front outer suspension holder, can someone give a part number for it, and what else is needed?

Also, what motor is best for a smallish track? Was leaning towards a 10.5.

Lastly, what is the limitation on height for a Lipo? I have Venom 6300mah saddle packs, but not sure if they will fit.
23 or 25 is correct. The venoms will not fit. sorry
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Old 09-09-2010, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by jsmax
What are common parts that should be ordered as spares with this kit? I have read about the front outer suspension holder, can someone give a part number for it, and what else is needed?

Also, what motor is best for a smallish track? Was leaning towards a 10.5.

Lastly, what is the limitation on height for a Lipo? I have Venom 6300mah saddle packs, but not sure if they will fit.
As with every kit just get things that are prone to breakage. Hubs, steering knuckles, the odd suspension components etc... The car is tough so you wont break much if you drive well. the a-arms are indestructible. The only thing you really need is the front outer susp holder in aluminum. But in general doesnt hurt to have things for back up. I came off a triple with a zx5 and we both landed on eachother and I had to replace a steering knuckle and c-hub. so far thats all Ive broken. You mal also want to look into getting the rear bulk head supports in aluminum as well.
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Quick question:

Has anyone measured the offsets of these wheels compared to AE or Losi? Grapejuice?? I want to know if I have options . . .
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Quick question:

Has anyone measured the offsets of these wheels compared to AE or Losi? Grapejuice?? I want to know if I have options . . .
Never measured but I use losi wheels with no fitment issues. I read somewhere that the AE front wheels don't fit well because of the offset.
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
Never measured but I use losi wheels with no fitment issues. I read somewhere that the AE front wheels don't fit well because of the offset.
If Im not mistaken, I think the rango front wheels have a deeper fitting for the front wheel adapters. I tried fitting some 501x front wheels, which are the same as the losi fronts and it didnt work out. The fit wasnt all that.

In the rear different story.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Quick question:

Has anyone measured the offsets of these wheels compared to AE or Losi? Grapejuice?? I want to know if I have options . . .
I measured the width using losi wheels front and back compared to the Durango wheels and they were the same. If there was a difference it was 1mm or less each way
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You can run the AE wheels. For the rears just cut the pin shorter to fit in the wheel. For the fronts take the gold drive hex off. Then get 4 front wheel crush spacers for the 410R and put 2 on each side then use a Hot Bodies hex hub or AE B44. That's what I did and the spacing is correct.
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Old 09-09-2010, 04:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Matt Howard
I measured the width using losi wheels front and back compared to the Durango wheels and they were the same. If there was a difference it was 1mm or less each way
Great! This is exactly what I want to hear. Losi wheels it is! Looking on Oople it appears to me that early DEX410 prototype has a lot of Losi parts on it . . .
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