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Old 10-11-2010, 10:03 PM
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AWESOME THANKS GUYS!!!!
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Old 10-11-2010, 10:34 PM
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Has anyone tried "Hupo Honigl's" cactus classic setup from this years race? After reading the setup up sheet I am curious if anyone has tried it... Looks like he has the softer super soft and the front stiff.... no sway bars either... kinda got me thinking of how i used to setup my carpet sedans when I used to be good ahhaah
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Just made a move and grabbed a 410r. Hope this thing is worth it.
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the 14t gear is so hard to remove from the diff..

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Old 10-12-2010, 04:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Corey Bernardo
is they're a chart anywhere that tells us durango drivers the exact "spring rate" of each different colored spring? I got the full set today front an rear and its a guessing game lol
Here's one that I found
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Originally Posted by Corey Bernardo
Has anyone tried "Hupo Honigl's" cactus classic setup from this years race? After reading the setup up sheet I am curious if anyone has tried it... Looks like he has the softer super soft and the front stiff.... no sway bars either... kinda got me thinking of how i used to setup my carpet sedans when I used to be good ahhaah
Hupo's set up is an EXCELLENT base for any high grip track.

I also used this set up as my base.

You can see my slighly different set on the Durango site as well - look under "Australia" on the set-ups download page.

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Old 10-12-2010, 04:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Corey Bernardo
Has anyone tried "Hupo Honigl's" cactus classic setup from this years race? After reading the setup up sheet I am curious if anyone has tried it... Looks like he has the softer super soft and the front stiff.... no sway bars either... kinda got me thinking of how i used to setup my carpet sedans when I used to be good ahhaah
His front end is a bit soft, the black springs are two rates softer than the kit dark blue. He used a short front camber link as well, probably to get more low speed steering. I based my starting setup off of this except with dark green springs in front, different diff oils, and stock length on the front camber link.
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You'll love it
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the 14t gear is so hard to remove from the diff..
Before assembling the diff, try sanding/lightly grinding the shaft that goes into the 14T diff gear so it goes in nice and easy. Otherwise it will be very difficult to get it off after is is assembled.
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Old 10-12-2010, 05:26 AM
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its ok.

i tapped it out, it distorts the e-clip.

ill try it next time i rebuild the diffs... saves me replacing the clip everytime i rebuild diffs.

also i got a full set of rear springs, what do you recommend running with the stock dark blue front springs? im thinking using the light blues at the rear.
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Old 10-12-2010, 07:13 AM
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MATT- thanks a lot that was a awesome spring rate chart!!! WoW

Yea I will deff start with Hupo's setup then. . . . I just dont think the 2010 spec come with the correct diff oil
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Originally Posted by Corey Bernardo
MATT- thanks a lot that was a awesome spring rate chart!!! WoW

Yea I will deff start with Hupo's setup then. . . . I just dont think the 2010 spec come with the correct diff oil
I started with Hupo's Cactus set-up as well, just moved front camber link to the inside middle (I posted my set-up a few pages back). Just start with the stock diff oils, 10k front and 5k rear is a good start point. I just went back to 10k in the front from 15k after putting in the kyosho o-rings.
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Hey grape, does MHOR have the brass rear skid? Rich bent mine all up when he ran my car on Saturday...
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Originally Posted by R-E-A-P-E-R-
Hey grape, does MHOR have the brass rear skid? Rich bent mine all up when he ran my car on Saturday...
Not right now, I put them on the order for this week so hopefully tomorrow...or else we do have the stock one and I can show you what to do so it doesn't get messed up again.
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Originally Posted by Matt Howard
His front end is a bit soft, the black springs are two rates softer than the kit dark blue. He used a short front camber link as well, probably to get more low speed steering. I based my starting setup off of this except with dark green springs in front, different diff oils, and stock length on the front camber link.
So a shorter front link and higher on the inside/tower will help slow speed or off power steering? Thanks......
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
Not right now, I put them on the order for this week so hopefully tomorrow...or else we do have the stock one and I can show you what to do so it doesn't get messed up again.
Order one for me too fool! Thanks you and should see you tomorrow . . .

Yup! I got the thing in the package. See you guys tomorrow. Rango time!

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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
So a shorter front link and higher on the inside/tower will help slow speed or off power steering? Thanks......
a shorter front link or lower on the tower will generate more low speed/off power steering. It basically gives the front more camber gain as the suspension compresses.
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