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Old 01-29-2011, 09:44 PM
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Originally Posted by FB-R
Are there any clearance issues when using jConcept Rulux rims on the 410?
the b44 ones fit perfect
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Old 01-30-2011, 04:22 AM
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
You dont have to mount anything vertically take a look a page back at the pic i posted...thats a sr300 receiver.
but it works better for me
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I run both stock setups right now 1.5 I believe. Did take away some turn in but the car is much better now. I am also running 10k front as I might drop this to 7k with the bars. I managed to turn 24 laps for the first time at our track. which is fast. Only Kyle and Wilder have turned 25's. The bad news is I broke two out of three races. First one was a right rear driveshaft pin and the other, get ready for this...............was the god damn orange servo saver adjuster. It broke right at the counter bore of the bottom bearing! Now I know nobody saw this before.......

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Old 01-30-2011, 05:01 AM
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Originally Posted by tonyv2382
which sway bars are u running thickness wise....You run both front and rear?
Tony look up^^^^^^^^^^^^I posted to the wrong quote.
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Originally Posted by TraxxasPeter
did it blow up ur servo?
no
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Old 01-30-2011, 07:58 AM
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Originally Posted by FB-R
Are there any clearance issues when using jConcept Rulux rims on the 410?
they mount fine but you lose 1mm of width on each side, offset is not the same
use b44 hex wiyh a 1mm spacer behind and you are back to stock
rear is the same offset so no worries
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Originally Posted by CORRRCR
I need some help....lol, will a spektrum sr3100 fit with a lrp or tekin esc?
Receiver: I believe it will, but you may have to stand it up on edge.

Sway bars: thanks for the info on sway bar use. Just received one for the rear, which I plan to try this week. Should help the car square up quicker for jumps and provide more predictability during cornering.

Diff weights: each driver uses diff wieghts that work best for their driving style/track condition. For myself, I've found that the lighter weights smooth the car out, taking away some of the dartyness/twitchyness reactions of the car under acceleration. Currently using 7k front and 3k rear. Reports from BK's crew have found great results with even lighter fluids.
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Old 01-30-2011, 10:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
I run both stock setups right now 1.5 I believe. Did take away some turn in but the car is much better now. I am also running 10k front as I might drop this to 7k with the bars. I managed to turn 24 laps for the first time at our track. which is fast. Only Kyle and Wilder have turned 25's. The bad news is I broke two out of three races. First one was a right rear driveshaft pin and the other, get ready for this...............was the god damn orange servo saver adjuster. It broke right at the counter bore of the bottom bearing! Now I know nobody saw this before.......
I broke one of those the last time I raced. Now I have the Tresrey in there and its not the soft aluminum the stock durango one is.
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Originally Posted by hlb14
finally got my car out on track today and man was it a joy to drive... till the front center drice shaft pin decided to part ways, you know the story. got me some heat shrink so that won't be happening again
On durago's website you'll see in the tech/tips section they have actually suggested running the CVD out boots on the driveshafts. Anyone else try this yet? I'm going to put a pair on mine as it only should take a small amount of force to keep that pin in
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Originally Posted by Konich
I broke one of those the last time I raced. Now I have the Tresrey in there and its not the soft aluminum the stock durango one is.
do you have a pic. of the part. im not sure the part you guys are referring to. thanks in advance.
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reaper posted a pic of his using heat shrink, it is a pretty simple fix and the pins shouldn't make their way out of there now

my setup is 2010 spec built with kit setup on it, dark/light blue springs frt/rr, 30wt frt 25wt rr shocks, frt diff 10k, rr diff 5k, no sway bars. my question is i'm looking for alittle more rotation from the rear mid corner. will adding the rear weight help? i also have the blk/lt green springs on hand to try next week
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Originally Posted by hlb14
reaper posted a pic of his using heat shrink, it is a pretty simple fix and the pins shouldn't make their way out of there now

my setup is 2010 spec built with kit setup on it, dark/light blue springs frt/rr, 30wt frt 25wt rr shocks, frt diff 10k, rr diff 5k, no sway bars. my question is i'm looking for alittle more rotation from the rear mid corner. will adding the rear weight help? i also have the blk/lt green springs on hand to try next week
No, I think adding weight will make it worse. You can move your rear hubs back and try dropping the rear diff oil to 2-3K. Good luck..........
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Old 01-30-2011, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by cbrociuos
do you have a pic. of the part. im not sure the part you guys are referring to. thanks in advance.
http://www.team-durango.com/blog/?p=44
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Old 01-30-2011, 03:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Konich
I broke one of those the last time I raced. Now I have the Tresrey in there and its not the soft aluminum the stock durango one is.
Do you have any more hanging around????? If so how much?
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Originally Posted by Konich
i was talking about the "orange servo saver adjuster". the link was the cvd. i was thinking you had a tresrey upgrade for the "soft durango aluminum part." im just not sure what it is your talking about, and that is one spare i dont have, and will prob. break.
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