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Old 07-06-2010, 01:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Jeff Taylor
Associated will also work
the rear wheels are of different offset, it will narrow the width about 4mm
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Old 07-06-2010, 03:03 PM
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Are these made in Germany or Taiwan?
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Bummer. I was hoping for a German manufactured RC car.

I may have to re-think my desire to purchase this 1/10 4wd buggy.
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
Same here. Shimmed the motor mount and rear gearbox loop. Works mint........
I tried shimming it today but could't get the gearbox loop back on.

Also is anyone using a tekin rs pro with there durango? I'm thinking of getting one but I'm a bit worried about it thermaling because it can easily get over 35 degrees Celsius (95 Fahrenheit) and has no heat sink or fan. It will probably be paired with a speed passion 5.5.

Also What's the biggest mah battery you can fit in without shimming or dremaling?
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Old 07-09-2010, 04:31 AM
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Loads of people are running Tekin setups with or without fans in the 410s. Check this thread out.
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Old 07-09-2010, 05:57 AM
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Originally Posted by MaTt 93
I tried shimming it today but could't get the gearbox loop back on.

Also is anyone using a tekin rs pro with there durango? I'm thinking of getting one but I'm a bit worried about it thermaling because it can easily get over 35 degrees Celsius (95 Fahrenheit) and has no heat sink or fan. It will probably be paired with a speed passion 5.5.

Also What's the biggest mah battery you can fit in without shimming or dremaling?
Really? You just have to prop the gearbox on more of an angle, it should fit. Mine went together pretty easy. I run an Orion 45c 4600 pack.........
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Old 07-09-2010, 07:39 AM
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My New DEX410R, cant wait to build it! and even more excited about getting it on the track
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Originally Posted by Chubba
My New DEX410R, cant wait to build it! and even more excited about getting it on the track
R have what different ?
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got word yesterday that our order has shipped. we should have a few kits as well as parts coming in Monday hopefully
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Originally Posted by RC MARKET
R have what different ?
Have a look at the website

http://www.team-durango.com

Durango DNA: Team Durango have proven that geared differentials not only accelerate quicker than traditional ball differentials Video, but that they are highly tuneable, allowing you to use different oils to fine-tune how your car turns into and out of corners. Geared differentials are standard on the DEX410R, as are the robust oil-filled shock absorbers and the 6061 T6 machined aluminum chassis.
Details Count: Included on the right-hand composite 'Flex-Control' chassis side-rail is a platform for your personal transponder (PT). Every detail has been considered in the design of the DEX410R to give you the ultimate user-friendly buggy with a true, professional, race-winning pedigree.
Upgradability: Team Durango 'R' means performance and innovation, combined with affordability and an accessible, personal upgrade path.
All of the components from the professional level DEX410 can be fitted to your DEX410R as and when you choose. As you grow in skill and confidence with your DEX410R, you can decide which parts from the DEX410 you want to add to your DEX410R. You decide when you're ready to go to the next level - you decide when you’re ready to go even quicker and win more races.

Features:

Tunable, non slip race proven front/rear gear differentials
2.0mm CVD Drivetrain (Front, Mid, Rear)
Aluminum front/rear shock towers
CVD Collars
Steel chassis stay posts
Flex Control side rails
2010 Spec LiPo Ready 25mm Battery strap
Flex control rear brace
Steel turnbuckles

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Old 07-10-2010, 08:13 AM
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Anybody have any assembled R pics available? I've seen lots of boxes, but that's it.
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They just became available a few days ago.. they're probably just getting to ppl. If u take a min and go to the website you can see one.. also various rc news websites have sightings of the 'R'
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I just helped partally assemble one. It's got more plastic, no CVD boots and aluminum shock towers.

I think the performance per dollar is with the R. I'm going to get an R and do the metal hingepins and CVD/shock covers and call it a day.

The build quality and engineering behind it is top notch. There is a lot of stuff from 1/8th cars that I always wondered why it never made it to 1/10th.

I'm just not happy that I have to buy a saddle pack, but oh well. It will be worth it.
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Originally Posted by t0p_sh0tta
Anybody have any assembled R pics available? I've seen lots of boxes, but that's it.
they hid the pictures on the site, there's even a "photo gallery" (must be german for photo gallery I guess?)

http://www.team-durango.com/race-cars/dex410r/

surprisingly, it looks the exact same as the dex410 except some of the parts are a different color because they're a different material that, and it's missing the rubber boots which are worthless anyways, and missing the sway bars.
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