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Old 12-24-2010, 04:22 PM
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I did my research on the car and read the thread before I started asking a whole bunch of questions... because i know it bothers some people to answer the same question 15 times in 3 days.

I simply stated-use the search button-it will save you soooo much time.

Its not hating-its using common sense.
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Old 12-24-2010, 04:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
I did my research on the car and read the thread before I started asking a whole bunch of questions... because i know it bothers some people to answer the same question 15 times in 3 days.

I simply stated-use the search button-it will save you soooo much time.

Its not hating-its using common sense.
Im just excited to finally order one... sorry to bother you on this nice xmas eve. oh and if u dont mind is there anything else i should know lol
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Old 12-24-2010, 04:31 PM
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No you arent bothering me. Was just letting you know.

I would try the stock setup with 10k/5k diff fluid,

How big/small is the track? ESC/motor setup? Give us an idea of what the track is, your driving style, etc. A lot of us on this thread have been driving/drove the car for a long time and have some good setup info... just depends on track!
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On the cell right now so can't look up parts, but just get the front outer, FF, hinge holder as the plastic one is made of some type of cheese. Also you will need the pivot balls for the hinge pins to sit in the holder.as far as anythong else...spring sets are a must I believe, get extra hubs, steering uprights, and just a recommendation, try the proline suburbs all around for a good set of tires, I know many will have input on this but on our home track the durangos work amazing with them. Just endless grip.
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1* hubs are a big help with the stock setup.
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thanks guys ill do some searching for a future order. money just ran out lol
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
On the cell right now so can't look up parts, but just get the front outer, FF, hinge holder as the plastic one is made of some type of cheese. Also you will need the pivot balls for the hinge pins to sit in the holder.as far as anythong else...spring sets are a must I believe, get extra hubs, steering uprights, and just a recommendation, try the proline suburbs all around for a good set of tires, I know many will have input on this but on our home track the durangos work amazing with them. Just endless grip.
do u know what pivot ball type to go with
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Their isnt a pivotball size... its the ones that go into the pivot blocks... i think Pivot ball type C? Whichever one comes with 8
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got it thanks
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Old 12-24-2010, 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
I did my research on the car and read the thread before I started asking a whole bunch of questions... because i know it bothers some people to answer the same question 15 times in 3 days.

I simply stated-use the search button-it will save you soooo much time.

Its not hating-its using common sense.
Well i use the search and every time it never pulls up what i am looking for, it always has stuff that has nothing to do with the search
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Well see....thats your problem. You need to search for the OPPOSITE of what you are searching for... and it will gladly give you what you want!
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
Well see....thats your problem. You need to search for the OPPOSITE of what you are searching for... and it will gladly give you what you want!
Instead I slowly got it out of you LOL... Thanks very much!
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Originally Posted by CORRRCR
Instead I slowly got it out of you LOL... Thanks very much!
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For all of you building this weekend or new to the car. BY FAR THE MOST NEEDED parts are :
Front outer suspension holder tdr330004
Arm pivot balls tdr330037

If you choose to drive this car without these parts DO IT AT HOME! No need to polute my air with the wasted gas it will take to go to a track!

Other then that i would get the hubs and uprights and maybe a spare ring gear incase you fudge the build in thta area somehow. Arms are a first grab on most cars but save your money for other things. Ive sean 2 broken TD arms total 1 of which was arguably done on purpose out of anger.

Read the oople.com pointers for the biuld for sure! Dont forget to sand the outdrives so they can be removed later. Thats a start for the new guys to the team



MERRY Christmas to ALL!
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Originally Posted by Dlewis4
No you arent bothering me. Was just letting you know.

I would try the stock setup with 10k/5k diff fluid,

How big/small is the track? ESC/motor setup? Give us an idea of what the track is, your driving style, etc. A lot of us on this thread have been driving/drove the car for a long time and have some good setup info... just depends on track!

Where is the stock setup? I didn't find a stock setup sheet in the manual. I think I'm going blind.
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