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Old 10-22-2010, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Corey Bernardo
just noticed on Hupo's setup he has 3K front and 1K in the rear..


different viscosities thicker produces more ???

different viscosities thinner produces more???


would it be the same as tightening or loosing a ball diff? first time ever used a car with a gear diff
I ignored that part of the set-up since diff setting vary track to track, and oil weights vary between manufactures just like shock oil.
But yes it is the same as tightening/loosening a ball diff.
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Old 10-23-2010, 01:29 AM
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
Does your car turn? I good starting point is 10k front and 5k rear.
Yeah, car does seem to turn in alright. Everyone runs way lighter oil, what is the advantages of this and or whats the advantages of the thicker oil
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Old 10-23-2010, 07:40 AM
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Hey guys...

Here's the pics of that fan mount...

Sorry it took so long...

What I did was used the plastic from a box that a Savox servo came in... It's just about perfect.

Wedged it in between the RX and speed control, I'll end up using just a dab of shoe goo to hold it in place.

When I go to wire up MY car I'll probably etch everything out so the cut lines are smoother and better looking.





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Old 10-23-2010, 10:52 AM
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Just joined the Durango community, finished it up today! Can't wait to take it out for the first time Monday night.

Thought I would post a few pictures. When I got the car and saw the bright yellow wheels, I decided to go with a paint job that was equally bright and obnoxious. The design is inspired by Troy Lee's livery for the Flying Lizard Porsche from a few years ago.

I shoehorned an XErun 120A esc in there, and it does fit with a micro spektrum receiver, barely. Was a pain in the butt though. I still have to shorten the motor wires, but this works for now.

Let me know what you guys think!






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Old 10-23-2010, 01:24 PM
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Hey guys I'm selling my 09 spec 410. $450 includes lots of spares and tires. PM me if interested. I'll post a few pics later.
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More pics available upon request




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Old 10-23-2010, 05:58 PM
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I ran my 410R tonight. This is pretty much my start into 4wd. I have a Tekin RS Pro 6.5t with a 12.5mm high torque rotor. I have my timing at 80. The buggy is incredible. I ran it for about ten minutes and heat is an issue. My motor was 140 and my ESC was 170-180. I don't want to do that again. Is this generally the case with this car? I want to run a battery straight through but that might not be possible. The drive train seems free. I want to see what you guys are turning up with temps.

The rear skid plate is junk, that thing pack up with dirt and pretty much tore off. There seems to be some slop in the steering as well. I will have to pull it apart and maybe tighten the servo saver. The wheels don't seem to go back to exact center if I throw it to the ends and back. I have a Hitec 7940 in there.

The car is awesome I just need to get some issues ironed out for reliability. Is it general practice to not run 4wd's for extended periods of time? I am going to look into rigging up a fan for sure.
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Old 10-23-2010, 06:14 PM
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What size pinion?

I'm running a 20T pinion with normal spur and I'm using a Tekin 13.5.

I can run a whole pack with the ESC being 100ish and motor being 130ish. (assuming I can get a whole pack through it without the servo-saver grenading)
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I`m running a Tekin 7.5 geared at 19 and don`t get above 130 after running a full pack . Timing cranked to 85 , 40 boost and current limiter at 80 . I even had to switch to a regular RS as my new RS Pro failed on me .
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hey,
Im thinking about getting some new bearings for my dex410r and was wodering what ones to get??? Im probably looking at spending about $30?

thanks,
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Avid revolutions
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Originally Posted by MaTt 93
hey,
Im thinking about getting some new bearings for my dex410r and was wodering what ones to get??? Im probably looking at spending about $30?

thanks,
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Avid sells a set, they're a buck a piece and you can choose what seals you want in them, steel, rubber, or steel/rubber.
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Old 10-23-2010, 07:17 PM
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awesome.... are they any good?? because the bearings that came with the kit started squeaking after about the 5th race day
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Don`t let the price fool you . I ran their bearings in my 1/8 buggies and they last quite a while .
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them it is than .....which flange, the revolution or the rubber?
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