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Old 09-23-2014, 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by TeamIntegy
Hi guys, quick question... I'm running a 5.5 Orca with the stock 87t spur... But I am having troubles with heat... I am just wondering what I should be running for a pinion? Right now I'm 21/87. And about 5 minutes into a race I'm having heat issues. Maybe go down to a 17/18 type deal?

Thanks in advance.
5.5 is alot of motor, you need that much ?

Running a 7.5 with a 21 and it gets pretty damn toasty. Fast as balls.
One thing I'm going to do is open up the vent holes on the body.
Also Acer are doing a 25% off all bearings w/ free shipping. Ordered a full set for $67/shipped.
I previously ran their full ceramic kits on my v2/v3 and it helped free up the drivetrain immensely. Folks couldn't believe how quiet my car was. Helped with temps too.
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Old 09-23-2014, 05:15 PM
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I ran a 8.5 on the weekend with 24/87 and temps were 60c/140f. 8.5 is more than enough for me but our track was fairly loose
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Old 09-23-2014, 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by SamuraiJack
Why does the front wheel axle (TD310112) have two different thicknesses when both bearings are 5mm inside?
The step down is where the hex sits.

Originally Posted by TeamIntegy
Hi guys, quick question... I'm running a 5.5 Orca with the stock 87t spur... But I am having troubles with heat... I am just wondering what I should be running for a pinion? Right now I'm 21/87. And about 5 minutes into a race I'm having heat issues. Maybe go down to a 17/18 type deal?

Thanks in advance.
I'd say that 21 is a bit tall, unless you are on a big track, I would recommend a starting with a 19. Venting the body helps keep the temperatures down too, if you haven't already.
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
5.5 is alot of motor, you need that much ?

Running a 7.5 with a 21 and it gets pretty damn toasty. Fast as balls.
One thing I'm going to do is open up the vent holes on the body.
Also Acer are doing a 25% off all bearings w/ free shipping. Ordered a full set for $67/shipped.
I previously ran their full ceramic kits on my v2/v3 and it helped free up the drivetrain immensely. Folks couldn't believe how quiet my car was. Helped with temps too.
FULL CERAMICS FROM ACER!!! I have them in both of my cars. 410 and 210. Awesome stuff. Everything is much quieter and smoother. The stock Durango bearings don't seem all that great. Low tolerance.
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Old 09-24-2014, 08:55 AM
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thx Dino D, not sure how I missed this hop up, but I will grab a pair.
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Old 09-24-2014, 09:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Dino_D
I don't know the temps in F , only in Celsius .

DEX410
Temps:
28C - 2x1.6 F 42wt / 2x1.7 R 32wt
22C - 2x1.6 F 40wt / 2x1.7 R 30wt
16C - 2x1.6 F 37wt / 2x1.7 R 37wt

DEX210
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28C - 3x1.6 F 37wt / 3x1.6 R 32wt
22C - 3x1.6 F 35wt / 3x1.6 R 30wt
16C - 3x1.6 F 32wt / 3x1.6 R 27wt
Great thanks we use celsius here in the uk anyway we rarely see 28C haha or not even 20 at this time of year lol its closer to 10 - 15
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Old 09-24-2014, 09:27 AM
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love my kit so far need a esc and lipo pack and set up next
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Old 09-24-2014, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by av4625
Great thanks we use celsius here in the uk anyway we rarely see 28C haha or not even 20 at this time of year lol its closer to 10 - 15
If the temp is around 10C then you need to drop down another wt accordingly or even lower, try like 25wt in the rear or even 22.5wt I have used as low as 20wt in the rear in 10C weather. It really depends on grip.
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Old 09-24-2014, 10:45 AM
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Originally Posted by vito
what are the stock pistons in the v 4 kit shocks
Type B pistons
2x1.6
2x1.7
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Hi,

I have a V3 coming. Can all the V4 part differences be installed on the V3?

Thanks
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Originally Posted by FastPete
Hi,

I have a V3 coming. Can all the V4 part differences be installed on the V3?

Thanks
Yep best thing about the 410 platform, I have a v4 that began life as a v3. Only v3 parts left are ball cups, ball studs, slipper and castor blocks. Gotta save some more dollars for those
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@fastPete: Do you have a 70mm mid rear shaft? or 68mm? if 68mm be careful how you upgrade, some things should be upgraded together. Such as the mid rear drive shaft and the dual slipper setup. I've run into this with my V3 because I have a 68mm mid rear drive shaft. Running the dual slipper doesn't allow for the drive shaft to reach as far as the regular slipper and this means it can slip out if you happen to case a jump too hard. Some of the guys here and I discussed it a while back and it seems some of the V3 units have longer mid rear shafts of 70mm which should work better. If you run the UJoints and the Dual slipper it's should be all good. (I don't have them yet!)
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Old 09-25-2014, 02:27 PM
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This is my, Team Durango Dex410v3.5
with Penguin Body and wing, Skyrc Toro Ts120A, Trackstar 6.5T, Savox servo, and Nano-tech shorty lipo.
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Originally Posted by Pittster
Yep best thing about the 410 platform, I have a v4 that began life as a v3. Only v3 parts left are ball cups, ball studs, slipper and castor blocks. Gotta save some more dollars for those
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@fastPete: Do you have a 70mm mid rear shaft? or 68mm? if 68mm be careful how you upgrade, some things should be upgraded together. Such as the mid rear drive shaft and the dual slipper setup. I've run into this with my V3 because I have a 68mm mid rear drive shaft. Running the dual slipper doesn't allow for the drive shaft to reach as far as the regular slipper and this means it can slip out if you happen to case a jump too hard. Some of the guys here and I discussed it a while back and it seems some of the V3 units have longer mid rear shafts of 70mm which should work better. If you run the UJoints and the Dual slipper it's should be all good. (I don't have them yet!)
Thanks, Might have more questions when I get it in my hands.
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