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Old 12-21-2010, 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Maxxingout
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Reaper is this the same servo horn you have on your buggy?
YES
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Old 12-21-2010, 11:01 AM
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That does look like a good idea. You don't have issues hitting the inside of the body with the reciever do you?
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No rubbing at all. I would also recommend putting some shrink wrap over the rear Center CVD Pin. I have had them work themselves loose and that would be very bad with your soft shell lipo

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Old 12-21-2010, 11:29 AM
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Good tip, I'll do that before i hit the track today real quick.
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yep, still happens often, but hasn't hindered podium finishing results, LOL! My excuse is working the front tires to get more traction....like the Mud Boggers do...LOL!
Looking forward to seeing y'all and the big race in STL!
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Old 12-21-2010, 03:19 PM
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Originally Posted by rangerjkb
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yep, still happens often, but hasn't hindered podium finishing results, LOL! My excuse is working the front tires to get more traction....like the Mud Boggers do...LOL!
Looking forward to seeing y'all and the big race in STL!
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The stk plastic lower saver arm has the same clearance as the aluminum.
When steering full left AND the saver is made to function, the lower saver arm will push downward, and touch the servo.
The aluminum saver arm will do it, too. Inherent design of the DEX410 servo saver system.

Originally Posted by R-E-A-P-E-R-
I agree that that is a problem with the stock servo saver.
The aluminum one has clearance through the full range if steering.
Picture taken with wheels full left turn.

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so i've been reading the last 100 or so pages of this thread getting ready to order a 410r and i have a few questions... i plan on ordering the kyosho p5 orings, both frt alum. susp holders. do the shims for the diffs etc come with the kit, if not which ones should i order? am i missing anything critical that would help during the build? i really appreciate you guys help and can't wait to get this thing on track
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Old 12-21-2010, 04:26 PM
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Diff shims come with kit. pretty much have it covered and sure you'll enjoy driving the DEX410 Buggy! With alum susp holders, you'll need the susp pin balls, think the part is #TDR330037, please someone correct if wrong.
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thanks for the head up on the ball studs, i plan on running a tekin 10.5/rs pro, does a 23t pinion sound good for a pretty small tight track?
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23 is too small for a 10.5

Gonna be closer to 27
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Originally Posted by HyperFX
The stk plastic lower saver arm has the same clearance as the aluminum.
When steering full left AND the saver is made to function, the lower saver arm will push downward, and touch the servo.
The aluminum saver arm will do it, too. Inherent design of the DEX410 servo saver system.

I see what you mean. Good point. Maybe on the next revision, TD can raise the lower saver arm a few mm's more?
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Hey guys, Looking for a good setup to run on high bite damp clay. I currently run run a setup close to the "Grapejuice setup".

Suggestions?
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Originally Posted by hlb14
thanks for the head up on the ball studs, i plan on running a tekin 10.5/rs pro, does a 23t pinion sound good for a pretty small tight track?
On a tight track I'd recommend starting with a 22 pinion if you're using a Tekin ESC. Program your ESC to take care of the top end. (I use a Murfdogg Synergy Motor running a 24 tooth on a 13.5T and it closely keeps up with 7.5 to 8.5 motors with advanced timing programing; using on a 40x80 indoor track). If using on a larger track, I'd go with previous recommendation of gearing pinion taller. Check out www.teamtekin.com for driver setups.
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I ran I 22 on a 10.5 on a 40X80 track and temps were 170 so I dont think its a good idea to try that out the right pinion is a 27 like reaper said. I will be running a 23 and my 7.5
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