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Old 11-19-2011, 01:35 PM
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Someone earlier said the 410 "may" be out on Friday the 18th. Apperantly that date has come and gone. Any new forcasts?
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Old 11-19-2011, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
You said your buggy sounded like an 8th scale. I race 8th scale EP and my Rango is not nearly as loud. Not to say it sounds nothing like an 8th scale would not be fair because it is designed like one. Did you check out the build tips on the TD and Oople websites?
It all makes sense now. I should have said the 410 sounds like an 8th scale but not as loud as an 8th scale. And yes, I scoured Oople, TD, and Petitrc for tips, and set up info. Thanks.
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Old 11-19-2011, 01:52 PM
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Originally Posted by getpip
I posted this a while back but am pleased with the result and as you asked...
http://pipskiracing.blogspot.com/201...s-install.html

I had to fit a heat sink on the esc in the end (no fan needed) but it doesn't interfere with the wiring.

It's only a V2 but I am loving it so far.
Beautifully done. Where do you mount the transponder? Also it appears you routed the servo wire? Mine is on the same side as the servo saver. Not many places to run it without it rubbing on the linkage. The Spektrum micro receiver makes life a lot easier. That thing is small!
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Old 11-19-2011, 02:53 PM
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Regarding FRONT wheels for the V3......

Are they out yet?

Do you use these old ones? (http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...l-Set-Yellow-2)

Are we going to just be using the Dex210 Borrego front wheels?

Keep in mind, I don't own a 410 (old one or v3) and don't know the bolt pattern of either. The new v3 looks like a 14mm hex, but usure of offset. Thanks!!

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Originally Posted by Konich
Enough on the wives....lets talk mods!

Tresrey Japan experimented with moving the front arms 5mm forward during Japan Nationals this past weekend (see pics)

Apparently it gave a little better stability and smoothed out the steering due to the geometry changes.

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Yes, I have a set of arms in my pit box so I'm going to give it a try next weekend and see how it works
Keep us posted! I'm interested to hear the results. A less twitchy 410. That's money right there.......
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Originally Posted by panic-rev
Regarding FRONT wheels for the V3......

Are they out yet?

Do you use these old ones? (http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...l-Set-Yellow-2)

Are we going to just be using the Dex210 Borrego front wheels?

Keep in mind, I don't own a 410 (old one or v3) and don't know the bolt pattern of either. The new v3 looks like a 14mm hex, but usure of offset. Thanks!!
The 210 wheels are not the same width in the front. I heard 2 weeks out on the front wheels.
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Old 11-19-2011, 09:41 PM
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Originally Posted by redracerd
i use the nano tech and the gens ace packs(not the 6000) everything works great
So are the Nano's too heavy or should i shoot for a smaller Mah? I like the nano's they are high quality at a low price. I run them in my 1/8 808 xray.
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Old 11-19-2011, 09:48 PM
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Someone showed me a link with 410 set ups and i cant find it. Can anyone help me out?
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Originally Posted by redron123
Someone showed me a link with 410 set ups and i cant find it. Can anyone help me out?
http://www.team-durango.com/in-the-pits.php

http://www.petitrc.com/setup/durango...ngoDEX410.html
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well fellas
was an up and down race day
qualifed in 8th for the amain, had a gremlin with buggy all day just wasnt feeling drivable?
finished in forth so not bad top non sponsored driver
found gremlin right before the main! front shock o rings had swelled!!!!
springs maxed to get 16mm ride hieght
so i lowered the rear to 15 mm and did my best
what a great buggy! kept me in the fight
next time!!!!
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Originally Posted by panic-rev
Regarding FRONT wheels for the V3......

Are they out yet?
If everything works out, DE Racing should have 14mm hex front wheels out in 2-3 weeks
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Thanks.
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Default Durango dex 410 v3 front wheel

Part number is td510016 yellow very hard to get stormer hobbies had a few pair last week
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Originally Posted by Catzilla
Part number is td510016 yellow very hard to get stormer hobbies had a few pair last week
He lives and he posts! Nice run last night--you are making it difficult for me to stay ahead of you. Pizza Feast will be fun so you should come and race some wheeler--I bet there might be 2 heats . . .
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