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Old 08-07-2014, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by vito
whats the stock rr anti squat setting ?
The '3' insert to give 3 antisquat.
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Originally Posted by ekt
The '3' insert to give 3 antisquat.
up down ?
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Old 08-07-2014, 08:23 PM
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looks like the 3 is down?
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Old 08-07-2014, 09:14 PM
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Originally Posted by vito
looks like the 3 is down?
Yeah, 3 down. Check out TDs guide on the inserts for more info http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...quat-settings/
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Old 08-07-2014, 09:24 PM
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got a link to a starting set up the book has little in fo in it
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http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...Raceway201406/

That's the set up to use IMO. I use the 1.1mm front bar and just changed the front inner camber link to 3 instead of 2 and it was really good last night. Seems to work well on a variety of surfaces.
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Old 08-08-2014, 10:18 AM
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whats the deal with the little spacer on the rear hing pin shaft theres a paper with some new one to use its not in the book?
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Originally Posted by vito
whats the deal with the little spacer on the rear hing pin shaft theres a paper with some new one to use its not in the book?
There was an error in the manual, it requires a thicker spacer than what was listed, fixed on the additional page.
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Is there a way to convert this car over to 12mm hexes? Maybe use b4 hexes?
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Originally Posted by rcboy1
Is there a way to convert this car over to 12mm hexes? Maybe use b4 hexes?
Definitely. I like to use the Avid 12mm hex set:
http://www.avidrc.com/product/5/acce...cessories.html

...but you will probably need a selection of spacers to make it all work properly.

That being said I've found the 14mm hexes from Spec R to be some of the best. The offsets for aftermarket 12mm wheels don't have quite the same offset as the Durango wheels so certain suspension link settings will rub. It's very close though and I do sometimes run the 12mm setup. I use the Shumacher K1 hexes up front. http://www.amain.com/Schumacher-Raci...-Set-2/p273732
This way you should be able to use the EVO wheels from AKA. Up front the 22-4 wheels will work. Offset seems very close if not same.

there are many posts and pics about different 12mm setups in this thread. Perhaps try to search if you need more info. Let us know and we will try to help though!
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how much is everyone's Durango weighing in at?
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Originally Posted by LiL_JaSoN
how much is everyone's Durango weighing in at?
1740g with a shorty pack, carbon chassis, 30g rear skid plate weight, front and rear sway bars, 30mm fan with custom bracket on motor, composite diff gears.

Its to heavy for 17.5 but I change a few things and get it down to 1700g, but they affect the way I like it handling. (skid weight and sway bars)
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Originally Posted by Pittster
1740g with a shorty pack, carbon chassis, 30g rear skid plate weight, front and rear sway bars, 30mm fan with custom bracket on motor, composite diff gears.

Its to heavy for 17.5 but I change a few things and get it down to 1700g, but they affect the way I like it handling. (skid weight and sway bars)
nice to see another 17.5. I thought I was the only guy running 17.5t in this heavy thing. What gearing are you running?

I have mine running at 1670-80 atm.

that's with shorty, 30g brass skid weight, and tresrey 30g diff weight, and 5g on each side of shorty - so 70g added weight all up
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Originally Posted by 13Maschine
Definitely. I like to use the Avid 12mm hex set:
http://www.avidrc.com/product/5/acce...cessories.html

...but you will probably need a selection of spacers to make it all work properly.

That being said I've found the 14mm hexes from Spec R to be some of the best. The offsets for aftermarket 12mm wheels don't have quite the same offset as the Durango wheels so certain suspension link settings will rub. It's very close though and I do sometimes run the 12mm setup. I use the Shumacher K1 hexes up front. http://www.amain.com/Schumacher-Raci...-Set-2/p273732
This way you should be able to use the EVO wheels from AKA. Up front the 22-4 wheels will work. Offset seems very close if not same.

there are many posts and pics about different 12mm setups in this thread. Perhaps try to search if you need more info. Let us know and we will try to help though!
Thank you for the help I would definitely like to use 12mm wheels as those are far more common. I assume you mean the rear wheel standard offset isnt right for this car. I will certainly go through the thread for solutions I was just wondering what people are using now; what the lastest setup is.

For the avid hexes are you using both the front and rear that come in the set?
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