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Old 05-04-2010, 11:12 AM
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Originally Posted by HyperFX
If you want more toe-in than stock, put R1 on the left, L1 on the right.
If you want less toe-in than stock, put R1 on the right, L1 on the left.
What will give you more rear traction? Im playing with diff oill right now 3k front and rear.
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Old 05-05-2010, 10:14 PM
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Originally Posted by gijoe64
What will give you more rear traction? Im playing with diff oill right now 3k front and rear.
toe in, L & R viewed from front. try 10,000 front- 1,000 rear. feels great for me.
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Old 05-09-2010, 07:56 PM
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Glad to see U.S. distributors popping up announcing they will be carrying the Durango brand. I hope this is why the website keeps showing out of stock. Hopefully the shelves are being filled as we speak. LOL
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The durango driveshafts are now available in 2mm instead of 1.5.

http://www.team-durango.com/search.p...ms=2.0mm&Go=Go
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Old 05-14-2010, 06:36 AM
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They have a part number for the 410R and starting to list parts for the car. The new 2.0mm shafts are standard on the 410R and listed as an option part on the 410. It also has long and short stub axles for both cars. What would you need two different lengths for?
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mis-read on my part

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Old 05-14-2010, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Jmuck69
They have a part number for the 410R and starting to list parts for the car. The new 2.0mm shafts are standard on the 410R and listed as an option part on the 410. It also has long and short stub axles for both cars. What would you need two different lengths for?
The BRCA rules don't allow the original stock front width.
A lot of racers in Europe grind down the stock axles, and use low profile nuts to be legal.
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Originally Posted by HyperFX
The BRCA rules don't allow the original stock front width.
A lot of racers in Europe grind down the stock axles, and use low profile nuts to be legal.
That makes sense. I thought it could possibly be for different offset rims. I can't wait to get the 410R when it's available.
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I just bought one of these bad boys! I looked on Team Durango's website for a setup sheet. Found many. So, what seems to be the standard diff,shock oil setup? Also is everyone running the optional rear weight for the lipos? Thanks guys......
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
I just bought one of these bad boys! I looked on Team Durango's website for a setup sheet. Found many. So, what seems to be the standard diff,shock oil setup? Also is everyone running the optional rear weight for the lipos? Thanks guys......
Where did you purchase it?
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Originally Posted by Jmuck69
Where did you purchase it?
Used from here in the "For Sale" section...........
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I'm running the side weights but not the rear skidplate weight. 30 wt oil front and rear with blue springs up front and white in the rear.

I'll have to pick up some 2.0 shafts when HRP starts distributing here in the US. Now to get my spare parts list together and get parts coming.

I'm running the IP lipo's right now but what other options are out there? Reedy/SMC?
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Old 05-17-2010, 04:07 PM
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For lipo I use LRP 4800 40C. They fit.
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What about the new 45c 4600 Orion's. Also is anyone running any sway bars? Thanks
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Originally Posted by Konich
I'm running the side weights but not the rear skidplate weight. 30 wt oil front and rear with blue springs up front and white in the rear.

I'll have to pick up some 2.0 shafts when HRP starts distributing here in the US. Now to get my spare parts list together and get parts coming.

I'm running the IP lipo's right now but what other options are out there? Reedy/SMC?
What pistons are you running and what wt. diff oil? Thanks.....
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