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Old 06-06-2011, 10:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
If you got the spec. prob. just arms,hinge pins and front shock shafts. Also rear hubs and bearings if you run on high traction. Oh, I almost forgot upgrade the servo saver to aluminum.
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Old 06-06-2011, 01:50 PM
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selling a brand new built dex410r with tires and batteries.. check the for sale thread
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Old 06-07-2011, 04:20 PM
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Hi guys,,, im just wondering y is alot of people selling there rango 410 buggys, is there something wrong with them. please let me know befor i spend money on hop-up parts and stuff to make it run . i just brought a 410 201- spec buggy.

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Old 06-07-2011, 05:44 PM
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i'd imagine alot of people are moving from indoor season to outdoor season and need to free up some cash. i would think 1/8 ebuggy is alot more popular on large outdoor tracks than 1/10 buggies are. mine is sitting on the shelf motorless waiting for the class to pick back up in the fall

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Old 06-08-2011, 08:12 AM
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Originally Posted by hlb14
i'd imagine alot of people are moving from indoor season to outdoor season and need to free up some cash. i would think 1/8 ebuggy is alot more popular on large outdoor tracks than 1/10 buggies are. mine is sitting on the shelf motorless waiting for the class to pick back up in the fall
You see this all the time. Once summer picks up 1/10 scales are for sell everywhere. Great time to pick up deals for next winter season. Our indoor track even switches to oval in the summer, most off the offroad guys are outside running 1/8.
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Old 06-08-2011, 10:20 AM
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What pinion do I need to run with a 6.5 Novak motor....med size track.

Also anyone have a good outdoor setup for a loose track and semi rough.
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Old 06-08-2011, 10:08 PM
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Speaking of which I have a DEX410 for sale. I gotta stick with the DESC410R. Having both is just too much.
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Old 06-11-2011, 05:39 AM
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Anyone know the diameter of the turnbuckles off the top of their head? Looks like they're 43mm long. Trying to find something from Lunsford that will fit vice the $22 Durango units.

Edit: 43mm x 3mm in case anyone else needed the info.

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Old 06-14-2011, 05:22 PM
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Originally Posted by cbrociuos
there was some talk when these first came out that the spur makes a lot of noise. some guys were modding another spur to use on the rango (i believe it was an ae) to quiet it down. 1/2 my cars run mod 1 so the noise never bothered me.
There is only one thing that makes this car loud, and that is poorly shimmed diffs. Take it from a fool who knows. The car is very sensitive to this, but will work ok even if it screms. If you make sure you shimm your diffs so that the gearbox runs very freely after you put it together, then it will be as quiet as a mouse. Make sure you hold you gearbox tight together when testing the looseness of the gearbox. Sorry for my bad english.Cheers
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Originally Posted by Kebabkongen
There is only one thing that makes this car loud, and that is poorly shimmed diffs. Take it from a fool who knows. The car is very sensitive to this, but will work ok even if it screms. If you make sure you shimm your diffs so that the gearbox runs very freely after you put it together, then it will be as quiet as a mouse. Make sure you hold you gearbox tight together when testing the looseness of the gearbox. Sorry for my bad english.Cheers
my diffs are shimmed correctly. i have never lost a ring gear in the buggy or the sc. this car is a little louder than a b44, partly due to the spur gear and partly due to the all metal gear diffs.
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Originally Posted by Kebabkongen
There is only one thing that makes this car loud, and that is poorly shimmed diffs. Take it from a fool who knows. The car is very sensitive to this, but will work ok even if it screms. If you make sure you shimm your diffs so that the gearbox runs very freely after you put it together, then it will be as quiet as a mouse. Make sure you hold you gearbox tight together when testing the looseness of the gearbox. Sorry for my bad english.Cheers
Originally Posted by cbrociuos
my diffs are shimmed correctly. i have never lost a ring gear in the buggy or the sc. this car is a little louder than a b44, partly due to the spur gear and partly due to the all metal gear diffs.
I agree. Even with just the spur and pinion running,(no drivetrain) this thing is loud. Oh well, still love it though.........
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Old 06-14-2011, 09:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
I agree. Even with just the spur and pinion running,(no drivetrain) this thing is loud. Oh well, still love it though.........
The aluminum chassis acts like a speaker and amp in one. If you have vibration anywhere your going to hear it.
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Yep, it makes noise. And, everyone you lap hears it coming! Love it!
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i just picked up the big bore shocks and i have a issue with the washer that goes in between the piston and the shock shaft. the hole is to small. anybody have this problem?
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Originally Posted by G_WORD
i just picked up the big bore shocks and i have a issue with the washer that goes in between the piston and the shock shaft. the hole is to small. anybody have this problem?
I used a little bit of good old brute force to get them on, i.e put the tips of need nose pliers over the end of the shaft, on top of the washer, and beat on it with a the end of plastic screwdriver. Its a tight fit for sure...
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