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Old 10-08-2011, 03:03 PM
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
Buy a Tresery Servo saver arm, FF, FR ALU hinge pin holders. Shock spring retainer and mount hardware. arms, hubs, carriers, 1 ring gear, bearings, replace the original bearings. Drive shaft pins wouldn't be a bad idea either.
Where did you find the alu hing pin holder and the ring gear? Are they on the Team D web site?
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Old 10-08-2011, 06:42 PM
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Originally Posted by smitty2802
just finished my v3. Anyone thats going to be running banana pluged lipos I highly suggest you get a lower profile plug. I have to drimel it down some before I race so the body will fit.

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The Old school orion 4mm plugs work great.
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Old 10-08-2011, 06:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Jmuck69
Only Durangos with 14mm hexes. You can switch the hexes back to the axles that were on the current Durangos. 12mm hex front and pin drive rear.
That is incorrect, the front hex is actually 10mm (last I measured was like 9.8), The standard hexes for kyosho etc are 12mm.
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Wish the V3s would hurry and get here !
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Chief
Where did you find the alu hing pin holder and the ring gear? Are they on the Team D web site?
Thank you.
Nankin Hobby had some FF's in stock as well as diff ring gears. Absolute Hobbyz say they have FR's in stock. Happy hunting
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Old 10-09-2011, 06:34 AM
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Sigh, my drives shafts keep flying out of the axles after a bad landing. The axle holes are a little worn and the 2mm pin keep coming out front the INSIDE!! The pin doens't get loose, it's just too short to keep it in the inside of the axle.

Anyone knows where I can get longer 2mm pins?
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Old 10-09-2011, 06:50 AM
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Originally Posted by morgoth
Sigh, my drives shafts keep flying out of the axles after a bad landing. The axle holes are a little worn and the 2mm pin keep coming out front the INSIDE!! The pin doens't get loose, it's just too short to keep it in the inside of the axle.

Anyone knows where I can get longer 2mm pins?
My kit came with a short 2mm axle pin. I measure each one with a caliper prior to installing. I have some spares from TOP. http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...rsal-Pin-Set-8
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Old 10-09-2011, 07:06 AM
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I found some 2x12mm pins on amain. I think it doesn't matter that the pins are a little too long.
The durango is a cool car too drive, but the quality of the parts is crap imo :/
I'm a Mugen driver and every part is just perfect on my 1/8th buggies.
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Old 10-09-2011, 07:11 AM
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Originally Posted by morgoth
I found some 2x12mm pins on amain. I think it doesn't matter that the pins are a little too long.
The durango is a cool car too drive, but the quality of the parts is crap imo :/
I'm a Mugen driver and every part is just perfect on my 1/8th buggies.
The parts on your Mugen are not perfect as I know the arms break often.
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Old 10-09-2011, 07:39 AM
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Originally Posted by morgoth
I found some 2x12mm pins on amain. I think it doesn't matter that the pins are a little too long.
The durango is a cool car too drive, but the quality of the parts is crap imo :/
I'm a Mugen driver and every part is just perfect on my 1/8th buggies.
Link? cause the ones I saw that were 12mm were not "locked". And also be careful when you go too long it will interfere with the plastic hubs or the battery holder. Not 100% sure on that though.
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Old 10-09-2011, 07:55 AM
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
Link? cause the ones I saw that were 12mm were not "locked". And also be careful when you go too long it will interfere with the plastic hubs or the battery holder. Not 100% sure on that though.
Just fill in 2x12 in the search bar of amainhobbies. All the pins don't have the gap in the middle of the pin but you can do that yourself with a dremel. And also if they are too long, you can make them a little shorter. The stock ones are just too short.
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
The parts on your Mugen are not perfect as I know the arms break often.
The mugen parts are very high quality. Both plastics and metal parts. I can say that of my durango.
The A arms are not as strong as on a Losi, but they aren't weak. I haven't broken an A arm on my Mugen since february. It was freezing outside and landed with my rear wheel on someone his wing. The suspension bottomed out and the a arm broke around the shockscrew. The only other parts I had to replace this season was a wing and my fuel tank. My front clutch bearing was shot but the car still drove. Unfortunately, my cluchbell was rubbing against the tank and there was a hole in it.
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Originally Posted by morgoth
The mugen parts are very high quality. Both plastics and metal parts. I can say that of my durango.
The A arms are not as strong as on a Losi, but they aren't weak. I haven't broken an A arm on my Mugen since february. It was freezing outside and landed with my rear wheel on someone his wing. The suspension bottomed out and the a arm broke around the shockscrew. The only other parts I had to replace this season was a wing and my fuel tank. My front clutch bearing was shot but the car still drove. Unfortunately, my cluchbell was rubbing against the tank and there was a hole in it.
Well fortunately we are here to talk about the DEX410 and not your Mugen.
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Originally Posted by Briguy
Wish the V3s would hurry and get here !
There was at least 4 of them racing yesterday hear in STL
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