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Old 07-23-2014, 09:16 AM
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I have to admit I've been looking at the D413 seriously….It's just so awesome looking. I love being able to do shorty out of the box and all that too.

Anyone wanna wager a guess on how long before we see a V5? I'd probably snag a V4 kit on discount if the new ride came out….

BMan: I think it was the front sway bar that really made the car easier to drive. Also you mentioned trying heavier shock oil up front so I'm running 35 now, probably 1.6. Need to check I didn't actually get to spend any time doing setup as I was dealer with the FAN overheating ESC issue….The car was very good though. I could drive it really hard and stay in control.

I think Barcodes are much better than my Ions…Seems like the Ions wore very fast and was harder to control the car. I tried both the version of Barcode in the rear and both seem really good.

@TLRunner: NOT YET! But I want to come down there soon. SDRC looks awesome! Do you have much of a Durango contingent?
I'm in Texas, but I'm heading that way for a visit in Octorber. Just booked my flight last night. Never been but looking forward to it. I'm going to bring out my 410v5 and my 408v2.
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Old 07-23-2014, 09:27 AM
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What's the occasion?
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Old 07-23-2014, 09:30 AM
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I'm in Burbank, CA so OCRC is a bit of a drive. 1 hour with NO traffic. 2-3 hours if it's rush hour. SDRC could be quite a bit longer……Would have to leave super duper early in the morning to make it worthwhile. I'm sure I will eventually though, I love traveling to new tracks! Are you going to a big race there? I thought you might be coming out for the Surf City classic at OCRC.

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I just got a used one trick out for 300. is the a list of parts to up grade to the v 4 kit and what to stock up on front arms
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Old 07-23-2014, 10:23 AM
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Visiting a couple frinends. One has lived in Cali for a while and lives in San Diego and the other just moved out there with his family a couple months ago but lives in Orange County. He races at OCRC with his son. Since I can't get around like I want the ones in Orange county are coming down to San Diego while I'm there to race at SDRC.
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Awesome! What are the dates you will be at SDRC? I'll try to make it out for a DURANGO DAY
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I just got a v3 used what parts from the v 4 fit and what to stock up on
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I just got a v3 used what parts from the v 4 fit and what to stock up on
Pretty much everything on the V4 will drop fit your V3. As far as what to get for it, I hear arms, hinge pins, towers. Once I finally get mine to work right I will have more info. I'm getting closer, but there are still some issues to be worked out.
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All parts from a v4 work on a v3. I changed my v3 to a v4 just by getting the center u joints and taking it a step further and getting the u joints on all corners of the car. I also swapped out the diff spider gears from the metal to the composite. saves about 15g in rotating mass weight.
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Originally Posted by 13Maschine
Other guys who are running the 1258 Savox servo….any centering trouble? I noticed when I go left and right with the steering wheel it never comes back to dead center. I can see it on the track too. Anyone else notice this?

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Check that your servo saver hasn't loosened up. I thought my HS7940 was failing to center then realized that the saver was sloppy loose.
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I'm upgrading to the new V4 arms and I've noticed the webbing rubs agains the hub at full droop. Where the set screw goes on the hub....do you guys dremel the arms webbing a little to make it fit? Seems like the screw should be on the other side of the hub. It seems even with the capture hinge pin on the V4 they still have a spot for the screw....
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I will double check my servo saver Thanks!
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I will double check my servo saver Thanks!
I need to do that as well. But I may go into a full disassembly to see if I might have built something wrong causing the shaking in the front end to only be on the right hand side now when turning. The left is perfectly smooth when steering to the left.
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Originally Posted by 13Maschine
Other guys who are running the 1258 Savox servo….any centering trouble? I noticed when I go left and right with the steering wheel it never comes back to dead center. I can see it on the track too. Anyone else notice this?

Thanks!
Could also be a stripped servo horn, if you are using the plastic ones.
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