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Old 07-02-2010, 12:06 PM
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U guys seem to be a little late. the R became available yesterday On the durango website

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got a 410R coming soon..........cant wait!!!

now I need to think about electronics.......also, what wheels does the DEX use???
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Old 07-02-2010, 05:37 PM
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late for what? im waiting for my lhs to get them in.........
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Originally Posted by Trevor Williams View Post
got a 410R coming soon..........cant wait!!!

now I need to think about electronics.......also, what wheels does the DEX use???
DEX Wheels
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Originally Posted by Trevor Williams View Post
got a 410R coming soon..........cant wait!!!

now I need to think about electronics.......also, what wheels does the DEX use???
Electronics: Think small. Tekin RS Pro works very well.
Servo: High speed, high torque, high dollar. Don't go cheap, it's for a DEX410!

The 410's can use Associated B44 front/rear, XXX4 rears (about 1mm wider offset), and JConcepts B44 Rulux front/rear, BUT, the DEX410 wheels work best for me. Seem to be stronger, and take a lot of abuse without getting tweaked. The Associated B44 fronts seem to be the weakest.
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Old 07-03-2010, 04:32 AM
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Finished building my dex410r today. The shock towers are thicker than the ones on my 1/8 buggy
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Just to confirm, the shocks are the same between the 410 and the R? The only differences are misc. non-alloy chassis parts correct?
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yeah there exactly the same, The only thing you do difference is the dex410 comes with the rubber boots.
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410R instruction manual

http://www.team-durango.com/pdf/manu...n%20Manual.pdf
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Originally Posted by MaTt 93 View Post
yeah there exactly the same, The only thing you do difference is the dex410 comes with the rubber boots.
Mostly ture but they did make a lot of the alloy parts with plastic, Alooy shock towers not carbon, steel turnbuckles not titanium, and the side skirts are plastic as well. Other than that the 2 kits are the same. I think they will have an upgrade kit for the 410R later on with all the carbon and alloy goodies. I'm just interested in getting the parts for 25mm lipo clearance.
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ok love the look of the dex410 and just the overall quality.

I got a question that may get me flamed but I will ask anyway. I would like to run 1/8th 17mm buggy wheels on the dex410. Is that possible? Anyone know of a adaptor kit?

Thanks in advance.
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ok love the look of the dex410 and just the overall quality.

I got a question that may get me flamed but I will ask anyway. I would like to run 1/8th 17mm buggy wheels on the dex410. Is that possible? Anyone know of a adaptor kit?

Thanks in advance.
I don't think there are any adapters out there for the durango but you might be able to get adapers for the Slash or SC10 to work.

I do have to ask why though? If your doing just to bash arround why not get a 4WD short cource truck? I think the size and exra weight on the 1/8 wheels/tires would not be good on your electronics or the Durango in general.
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Just posted up a painted body and spring kits on the for sale thread. Like I posted there, I would like to sell it all together. Thanks
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Originally Posted by nsr250repsol View Post
I'm just interested in getting the parts for 25mm lipo clearance.
Ive been running 25mm high lipos on my dex410 since day 1. You just need to raise the spur gear holders with washers and dremel a little of the battery holder.
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Ive been running 25mm high lipos on my dex410 since day 1. You just need to raise the spur gear holders with washers and dremel a little of the battery holder.
Same here. Shimmed the motor mount and rear gearbox loop. Works mint........
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DEX Wheels
Associated will also work
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