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Old 12-17-2010, 07:55 PM
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i'm looking to buy a dex410r once i sell my b44 and e firestorm.
1st: for those who own the r version how is it going?
2nd: what hopups are you putting on?
3rd: what spares is everyone carrying

i'm looking at getting for hopups:
-carbon shock towers front & rear
-alloy inner & outer, front & rear suspension holders
-suspension arm pivot ball
-kyosho p5 o rings
-front & rear shock boots
-front & rear spring kit

Spares
-front & rear arms
-cvd bushings
-cvd pins
-slipper pins
-3x3 grub screws
-shock cap set
-wheel nuts
-ball joint set
-front & rear hub set

is there anything else i need, i plan on using heat shrink on the cvds, depending if the boots are in stock, also i have a speed passion gt2.0 esc and i plan on buying a tekin redline motor to race mod, what turn motor does everyone reckon?

in advance thanks for the input.
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Old 12-17-2010, 07:57 PM
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Originally Posted by rkhess
JB i have been running the orion version of those servos they are awesome a little shorter profile then JR's i love them....

i also finished Brandons DEX410r today we will see how he does tomorrow!

u wanna meet us in St louis ...feb 4-7 a jconcepts race electric 1/10 scale

are u going to PNB this year ?
Rick,
Good to hear from you and hope you enjoyed Brandon's DEX410 assembly, should be built very well! Y'all should have some great racing going on this weekend. Discussing JConcepts Winter Indoor Nationals with my better half this weekend and hope to be able to let y'all know asap (plan to attend). Won't be able to attend PNB, due to work schedule...ugh! Let me know how your new RC 4WD platform is, I haven't heard alot about them. Wish you and your family the very best!!!
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Old 12-18-2010, 05:18 AM
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Great to hear some other Rango owners talking about the J Concepts Winter Nats!
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Old 12-18-2010, 06:10 AM
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Who is selling them for 550.00 canadian
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Old 12-18-2010, 06:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Eric 1972
Who is selling them for 550.00 canadian
???
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Old 12-18-2010, 08:16 AM
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Eric1972- I never heard back from you at all brotha regarding my Durango stuff........ SO I ended up selling it all off already.......
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Old 12-18-2010, 10:19 AM
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Anyone have set-ups for indoor clay tracks in Socal? I need a set-up to follow before I start my build.


What inserts are you guys using for your tires? I'm thinking of getting JC's new closed cell type inserts when they become available.
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Old 12-18-2010, 10:20 AM
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Originally Posted by BOLISARIO
Anyone have set-ups for indoor clay tracks in Socal? I need a set-up to follow before I start my build.


What inserts are you guys using for your tires? I'm thinking of getting JC's new closed cell type inserts when they become available.
Stock springs, 35/30 weight, 3 hole/2 hole, 10k/5k. Good start right there.
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Old 12-18-2010, 10:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Stock springs, 35/30 weight, 3 hole/2 hole, 10k/5k. Good start right there.
+1 on that
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
+1 on that
PERSONALLY... i ran a softer setup.
Dark Green/Light Green, short camber link up front, inner on tower outer on arm, 40weight/30weight, long camber link out back, and i used te droop screws to limit the rear a little bit-ran 7k/3k. BUT-that was when i was learning to drive the car.

Now thati dont have one and watch Rangerjkb drive his with the stock setup.... looks like it is able to be pushed much harder.
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Old 12-18-2010, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
PERSONALLY... i ran a softer setup.
Dark Green/Light Green, short camber link up front, inner on tower outer on arm, 40weight/30weight, long camber link out back, and i used te droop screws to limit the rear a little bit-ran 7k/3k. BUT-that was when i was learning to drive the car.

Now thati dont have one and watch Rangerjkb drive his with the stock setup.... looks like it is able to be pushed much harder.
How did the car feel with the shorter link up front? Im already running the long one in the rear and I was pushing just a bit.
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Old 12-18-2010, 10:28 AM
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Thanks for the help guys.


How about camber, front toe, ride height, camber link, droop etc?
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im having a problem with the cvd when roataing it wables whats wrong ?????
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Originally Posted by cyclone x
im having a problem with the cvd when roataing it wables whats wrong ?????
Which CVD? Kinda an open door their.

Sounds like it wasnt built properly, or you bent it... gotta be more specific
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Cool pinion of choice....

what's up buddies. Just wanted to get some insight on the pinion number the majority of the durango guys running.
I started with a 20 pinion which was great on the top end when on the straight but not so great on the punch. Then i installed a 19 pinion that was excellent on the punch buy gave up some top end speed on the straight.
I'm debating on just leaving in the 19 since our straight away is about 3 seconds or so on full throttle....
Also wanted to mention that even though the stock servo horn lasted a bit in my durango it finally broke in my last race "hate breaking in the middle of a race". So i ordered a aluminum hudy so i don't have to worry about that again. Even though the durango is a great car or as i like to refer to it as a piece of art, i would never want to have to take or service the servo out of my durango because its a pain! In my opinion if the servo was accessible without taking apart the whole front end it would truly be flawless as far as servicing....
Still love it.........
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