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Old 10-11-2011, 12:47 AM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
There is a good chance he will not remember as he has fried his brain.

Hahahahah. The only thing fried is your hurting Novak esc's.

31-32 works great for the 13.5 in my DEX. lots boost at 6k for the strait
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Old 10-11-2011, 06:09 AM
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
Those look like they are on backwards.
That's what I said but was told I was wrong...lol glad to see someone see it the way I did. I sat their looking at it trying to figure out how it was on right and couldn't but just left it alone lol

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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Is that why they sell a machined gear? So you do not have to worry about the stock cast??
I was told by HRP that the machined gear was meant for the short course for heavier loads on take off. But I may just buy two anyway to try them out. Has anybody used these gears and how was the "Feel" of the car after? I was told by HRP its different.

Also, I talked to Upgrade RC and they said that they do not have the die lines for the DEX410 or the DEX210. They said if there is enough demand, they will start selling them. So start emailing guys if you are interested: [email protected]
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Old 10-11-2011, 07:04 AM
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Originally Posted by R-E-A-P-E-R-
Hahahahah. The only thing fried is your hurting Novak esc's.

31-32 works great for the 13.5 in my DEX. lots boost at 6k for the strait
Poor Novak--loss of an American icon. Such a shame .
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Originally Posted by Konich
Looks good! Especially those red parts
Originally Posted by smitty2802
I could be mistaking... but I think you do have them on backwards...

You can see the R 1.0 should be on the right hand side of the car...

from the picture it looks like you have it on the left..

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That's what I said but was told I was wrong...lol glad to see someone see it the way I did. I sat their looking at it trying to figure out how it was on right and couldn't but just left it alone lol

DC
Well I'm happy I'm not the only one confused on this one ,ya funny I looked at my sc10 4x4 and its opposite right is right looking at car back or passengers side u can say but durango is looking from front so driver's side is right ? I put them on both ways and toe in seems good this way ..
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Hey guys if any one is looking for a nice DEX410R with tons of upgrades and extras im flexable..
http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...-upgrades.html
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SOLVED R is on Passenger side!!

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Originally Posted by TAMAK
SOLVED R is on Passenger side!!

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Originally Posted by TAMAK
SOLVED R is on Passenger side!!

Attachment 819220
I am on my iphone, so i can't get a good picture. If you are referring to the rear hubs, they can go either way. It will either add ir subtract one degree of toe. I recall keeping r on the passenger will decrease rear toe in.
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Originally Posted by Briguy
Is anyone running 13.5 in their buggy ? Looking for a starting point for gearing .
With my Speed Passion, I ran a 25-26, that's with timing/turbo/etc....
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Originally Posted by jmackani
I am on my iphone, so i can't get a good picture. If you are referring to the rear hubs, they can go either way. It will either add ir subtract one degree of toe. I recall keeping r on the passenger will decrease rear toe in.
I agree with that. And I never added positive toe to my setup. I always kept it -1 to -2 rear toe in my off road vehicles.
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
SOLVED R is on Passenger side!!

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Ok ill look at it tonight thanks for looking in the book I never think of that LOL
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Originally Posted by omalley72
Is it possible to run the JConcepts B44.1 wheels? I'd like to have some options when it comes to wheels.
Anyone have any input? There are too many pages to scan through, figured id just ask.
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Originally Posted by omalley72
Anyone have any input? There are too many pages to scan through, figured id just ask.
yes, they narrow the car down though, as they don't have the same offset.. some don't like the way they make the car handle after running both..

its just as easy to run the rango wheels, especially if your ordering online.
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great to know, thanks for the input!!
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