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Old 09-13-2010, 07:13 PM
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Yeah, I know! Actually MIP sells the driver for like $12!!! I guess the .050" will do just fine but have not tried it . . .
Works just fine
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Old 09-13-2010, 08:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Konich
Uh Oh, Jrod found this thread

Looks like I'll be refreshing some shocks on Wednesday night. How is that spare diff coming Grape?
Still sitting in my bag ...I'll get it done. We should try and race 4wd wednesday?!!
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Wish mine was ready. You guys have fun.
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Old 09-13-2010, 08:37 PM
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I'm ready, just need to get the hot setup put on
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Konich
I'm ready, just need to get the hot setup put on
I should be ready by the following weekend! Get ready for me to be in your way!!
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Hi there I am looking at gettting a 410 or maybe a 410R what are the spares that you would recomend?
Also would a Hobbywing 120a ESC and a Futaba 604 reciever fit as it looks a little cramped for space.
I currrently have a B44 and am looking for something a little different.
I know that with a 410R you need to get the alloy suspension holders and alloy rear diff holders and all the rubber boots.
Does the 410R come with a sway bar kit?

These kits have only just become avliable from a local supplier in New Zealand

Any recomendations grately appreciated
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Old 09-14-2010, 05:50 AM
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just a FYI.. we are a durango dealer now and have every part and kit..

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Old 09-14-2010, 06:17 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
There is two on each side. Do you leave the furtherest ones back loose? I run the plastic sides but carbon rear piece. Thanks......
On the plastic one I do leave the furthest one back loose for loose conditions.The carbon does not flex the same way.If you are looking for a little more grip throughout the turns the plastic one is the way to go.
If you are running sway bars with your carbon try and remove those first.
Then go for the plastic if you still need it.
As far as the diffs I tried every combo out there trust me every combo.
For me on my track which is indoors clay/ topsoil mix hard pack med traction 7k in the front 5k in the rear worked the best, again for me
I also use the black springs all around.
I will be posting my latest set-up on the teams site: USA - LIR for the R spec very soon
Any and all questions any of you have with the car pm me and I will try to answer asap
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Old 09-14-2010, 08:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Crazy Carl
On the plastic one I do leave the furthest one back loose for loose conditions.The carbon does not flex the same way.If you are looking for a little more grip throughout the turns the plastic one is the way to go.
If you are running sway bars with your carbon try and remove those first.
Then go for the plastic if you still need it.
As far as the diffs I tried every combo out there trust me every combo.
For me on my track which is indoors clay/ topsoil mix hard pack med traction 7k in the front 5k in the rear worked the best, again for me
I also use the black springs all around.
I will be posting my latest set-up on the teams site: USA - LIR for the R spec very soon
Any and all questions any of you have with the car pm me and I will try to answer asap
Thanks Carl! So do you run both versions then? Which do you like better. I Run the original but just put the plastic sides on. Maybe I will try the plastic rear piece as well. I also do not run any swaybars. When's the next time your coming up to RCHR? Thanks again.
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Originally Posted by DavidR
So where the heck do we get THAT? I guess the .050 Standard will work?
I know a place! LOL

http://www.rpphobby.com/product_p/mip9013.htm

We brought these in just for the Durangos!
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Old 09-14-2010, 09:45 AM
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Originally Posted by kiwi79a
Hi there I am looking at gettting a 410 or maybe a 410R what are the spares that you would recomend?
Also would a Hobbywing 120a ESC and a Futaba 604 reciever fit as it looks a little cramped for space.
I currrently have a B44 and am looking for something a little different.
I know that with a 410R you need to get the alloy suspension holders and alloy rear diff holders and all the rubber boots.
Does the 410R come with a sway bar kit?

These kits have only just become avliable from a local supplier in New Zealand

Any recomendations grately appreciated

The car really isn't a "breaker". I'm not even running the front-front alum brace and my car has been solid. I do have the front-rear alum brace though so perhaps that is what's keeping it together.

The DEX410R does not include swaybars.

And the boots....I'd only recommend those if you race in the rain or heavy mud.
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Originally Posted by Chad Phillips
just a FYI.. we are a durango dealer now and have every part and kit..
Our Global discount coupon is CP05AHZ if you anyone needs anything from our site.
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Originally Posted by Chad Phillips
just a FYI.. we are a durango dealer now and have every part and kit..
TD330004? I can't find it.
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Originally Posted by t0p_sh0tta
TD330004? I can't find it.
Still backordered everywhere. Lol.
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Old 09-14-2010, 12:14 PM
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Still backordered everywhere. Lol.
i JUST GOT MINE OFF a-MAIN. i WENT AHEAD AND BACK ORDERED BOTH ALUMINUM BITS AND THE NEXT WEEK i RECEIVED A NOTIFICATION THAT IT WAS AVAILABLE. sHOULD BE HERE TODAY UNLESS THEY ARE LIEING TO ME! (sorry about the caps I am stoopid today).
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