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Old 12-16-2010, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by ABBOTT
Can you post a better pic, thats your avatar right?
I just ordered the Tresrey body but i imagine it will be a minute before it sees some color.

Here's a better pic.
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Old 12-16-2010, 06:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Konich
Here's a better pic.
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Nice looking body for the car! I'm sure in time others may develop something also.....JConcepts or Proline maybe?
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Hey Randy any word on the test with Ryan and the dex410? Setup or layout pics?
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Originally Posted by Jmuck69
Have you guys seen the new rubber pit mat that Durango released? Pretty slick.
I'm going to order one tomorrow.
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well im going to buy a car friday dont really know what to buy. Is the durango that much better than a b44.1 could you guys tell me about the pros and cons. are parts expensive for the durango to buy and what spares should i buy
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Originally Posted by hitman72
well im going to buy a car friday dont really know what to buy. Is the durango that much better than a b44.1 could you guys tell me about the pros and cons. are parts expensive for the durango to buy and what spares should i buy
IMO theres no comparison. In the past Ive read the b44 favors a "smoother" driving style...this u can drive it like u stole it...literally. Very predictable, strong, easy to tune with gear diffs, parts are not that expensive unless you buy the aluminum stuff but even then depends on what part you decide to buy.

Bottom line...you get the dex410r with the FF front aluminum hingepin brace and the pivot balls and u have a tank that handles on rails. Not to mention you can upgrade parts as you see fit such as shock boots, outdrive boots, CF shock towers, aluminum caster blocks, aluminum side guards, CF rear brace, ALUMINUM MID DRIVE GEAR, a bunch of aluminum hinge pin braces that can adjust antisquat, different bodies to choose from, Beefiest arms in the business. Just an easy car to drive fast and easy to maintain. No ball diff B.S...4 screws removes the diff then u just refill oil and install again. You wanna access your spur? 1 CLIP. And this car is good in ALL conditions indoor and out. SIMPLE

Is it much better than a B44.1? I dont know much about their new kit but after driving this and driving other 4wd cars, nothing compares. And I mean that, absolutely NOTHING.

If you're here asking then you know very well you're 90% there
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Originally Posted by whiskyshooter
Hey Randy any word on the test with Ryan and the dex410? Setup or layout pics?
The track wasn't in tip top shape so we focused on just puttin in laps on the car, breaking in Ryan's new batteries and working on esc/motor setup. This is where we ended up:
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wow thanks im ready to pull the trigger on it LHS has a 410 2010 spec for $550 canadian sucks that they dont stock parts. They only stock parts for the ae and losi cars what type of spare parts should i get
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Originally Posted by hitman72
wow thanks im ready to pull the trigger on it LHS has a 410 2010 spec for $550 canadian sucks that they dont stock parts. They only stock parts for the ae and losi cars what type of spare parts should i get
LoL...What else is new with hobby shops. Just stock the basics, since ur going with the pro spec car, u dont need the hinge pin braces. Just get the norm, hubs, caster blocks, steering uprights, extra wheel pins or you can just cut down some drill bits, which is what I did cuz they are so thin they snap occasionally. And honestly that would be it...get a lot of diff oil so you can test and tune to ur liking ranging from like 2k up to 15 or 20k just to have all bases covered. And if u want, some spare gear box covers. That would be it really.
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Originally Posted by hitman72
well im going to buy a car friday dont really know what to buy. Is the durango that much better than a b44.1 could you guys tell me about the pros and cons. are parts expensive for the durango to buy and what spares should i buy
i had a b44 before this(not sure about the b44.1) on a wide open track, not too much. but you get on a technical track the durango will eat all other 4wds and sh!t out ball diffs. seriously this car is like that russian fighter in the movie fire fox(clint eastwood), you just think about doing something and it does it. you have to drive one that has a good setup to know what we mean when we describe the car in this way. once you drive one thats setup you'll get it. i have the spec kit, as far as spares all ive broken that i can remember is the servo saver (get the tresrey) and an aluminum servo arm. if you get the "r" not sure besides the addition of the front aluminum hinge pin holder.
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ok sweet thanks, again so i guess just the basic parts thats not to bad I'm concerned that these cars are had to find a good set up by the sounds of it. Our tracks our rough and just beat up big jumps and slick m3 hole shots work the best
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Originally Posted by hitman72
ok sweet thanks, again so i guess just the basic parts thats not to bad I'm concerned that these cars are had to find a good set up by the sounds of it. Our tracks our rough and just beat up big jumps and slick m3 hole shots work the best
The car is made to do anything on anytrack. trust me. Itll do better outdoors in those conditions than any 4wd out right now. its rugged enough dont worry.
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i also drive 1/8 scale nitro we race with a fast guy here Ty Tessman so i think i will like the way the car feels could you get me a good base setup you could look at our track. At rcgears.net i think and could watch some video of the track
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
The car is made to do anything on anytrack. trust me. Itll do better outdoors in those conditions than any 4wd out right now. its rugged enough dont worry.
Originally Posted by cbrociuos
but you get on a technical track the durango will eat all other 4wds and sh!t out ball diffs. seriously this car is like that russian fighter in the movie fire fox(clint eastwood), you just think about doing something and it does it. you have to drive one that has a good setup to know what we mean when we describe the car in this way.
Sometimes I forget just how biased the internet is.
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