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Old 10-16-2014, 01:28 PM
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I'd like aluminum rear bulkheads. Can someone make me some please?
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Old 10-16-2014, 02:17 PM
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Hey SamuraiJack post that request in the thread below.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...arts-d-13.html
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Old 10-16-2014, 03:00 PM
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Old 10-16-2014, 03:01 PM
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I finally got a set of U Joints for the middle drive train and I've noticed the mid rear rubs on my battery strap. Seems I'll need to shave the middle out a bit to make it work. Anyone else run into this upgrading a V3?
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Old 10-16-2014, 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by 13Maschine
I finally got a set of U Joints for the middle drive train and I've noticed the mid rear rubs on my battery strap. Seems I'll need to shave the middle out a bit to make it work. Anyone else run into this upgrading a V3?
You can get a Type B battery strap I think it resolves that issue cause when I got my Uni joints I also chucked a new TypeB strap in

http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD320244
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Old 10-16-2014, 03:54 PM
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it looks like I can just cut mine until I am able to order a new strap. Are you using the 1 x Front Closure Pin Support Brace ? If so can you post pictures? I don't quite understand where this piece goes….
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You use it when your running the alloy side pods cause there is no tabs to stop the battery moving. see pics


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Why did you shave your center bulkhead down? to fit a shorty pack?
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Originally Posted by 13Maschine
Why did you shave your center bulkhead down? to fit a shorty pack?
Yeah the Nanotech 4200 was a bit to high and cramped to fit this solution works well for me
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Does anybody have trouble with thermaling on the 410? My buggy runs like a champ for a couple laps then slows to a crawl. When I pull the body off the ESC and motor don't seem hot. I'm running a 60a ESC and a Fantom 7.5. I know 60a is on the small side, but it's the only one I could find that fit. Running a 87/22 combo. Also, anyone know a higher amp ESC that will fit?
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Old 10-16-2014, 10:52 PM
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I have been using the duratrax de10 with great success. It's not an esc that u see often but in my opinion is really underrated. I run the same gearing as u 22/87 and my motor and esc come off the track at around 105! If I wanted I could easily gear up. Best part is it's only $100 and has been more reliable that some of the big names. I have 4 of them and never have and heat issues
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Originally Posted by King of Smack
Does anybody have trouble with thermaling on the 410? My buggy runs like a champ for a couple laps then slows to a crawl. When I pull the body off the ESC and motor don't seem hot. I'm running a 60a ESC and a Fantom 7.5. I know 60a is on the small side, but it's the only one I could find that fit. Running a 87/22 combo. Also, anyone know a higher amp ESC that will fit?
Do you have a fan on your esc? Does your esc have a capacitor wired to the battery leads? What esc are you using? Does it have a thermal cutoff you can disable? Do you have holes in your body to vent heat?

You'll need to borrow a heat gun from someone at your track so you can know for sure what temps you're running.

Have you checked your bearings and cvds for binding?
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Originally Posted by King of Smack
Does anybody have trouble with thermaling on the 410? My buggy runs like a champ for a couple laps then slows to a crawl. When I pull the body off the ESC and motor don't seem hot. I'm running a 60a ESC and a Fantom 7.5. I know 60a is on the small side, but it's the only one I could find that fit. Running a 87/22 combo. Also, anyone know a higher amp ESC that will fit?
I find it hard to believe it's the only ESC you could fit in there when a few people have wedged RX8's in their 410's. Most of us are running similarly sized ESC's (Reventon Pro, Hobbywing 3.1, Orion, Tekin RSX) and they fit just fine. It might take a little creativity in mounting everything in unison to maximize use of the space, but it's not very difficult to find a layout that works for you.
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Originally Posted by the incubus
Most of us are running similarly sized ESC's (Reventon Pro, Hobbywing 3.1, Orion, Tekin RSX) and they fit just fine.
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I've just finished reinstalling my new HW 3.1 ESC and with my Micro Receiver I actually have a bit of room to spare. Even with the Capacitor. It helps to move the transponder to the side pod. Personally I like running my wires under the drive shaft, this also allows me to push the ESC a little farther towards the motor. I also find it easier to work on the car this way. Just some of my ideas on how to fit electronics more easily.

I'll post some pics once I clean up all the wires. I'm also running two speed passion 30mm fans on each side to create a cross flow of air. My fan setup is still under experimentation. Seems to work well so far. I'm testing a new V10 6.5T next time out so I'll see how cool it runs. It's quite a bit cooler here in SoCal these days. Mid 70s
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