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Old 11-28-2011, 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Nice! You should post a couple pics of your track (sorry if you did and I missed them). I took the win last night at MHOR in Modified 4-wheel Drive at the 25th annual Pizza Feast! It helped that Konich and Grapejuice did not run the class but a win is a win and I will take it . . .

The car is so dialed and am just amazed with this machine. It would be perfect with the V3 rear hubs, hexes and am really anticipating those adjustable rear hinge brace. Cheers!
My home track is SRS Raceway. Maifield designed the latest layout. The photo is from the AZ State Championships last weekend. Billy Fischer took the win with his 410 in 4wd mod. Congrats on your win.


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Old 11-28-2011, 10:02 PM
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Originally Posted by zipperfoot
My home track is SRS Raceway. Maifield designed the latest layout. The photo is from the AZ State Championships last weekend.


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Words bro. That is a serious track! Just do work and good luck--I got nuffin'!
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Old 11-28-2011, 10:14 PM
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Words bro. That is a serious track! Just do work and good luck--I got nuffin'!
I used to race the track every week a few years back. Ran in the Cactus Classic in 2007 with a B44. Then took a few years off and came back with a new perspective. Bought the B44.1 and got tired of the breakage. Many things have changed in just a few short years. Found 2 guys at the track with 410's, and then Billy Fischer showed up with his 410 and 210. I was sold. I was waiting to run my car and see if I liked the 410 before selling my b44.1 and trying the 210. Durango has great stuff. Now if they could only get organized with parts!
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:25 PM
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Sorry guys, don't mean to hijack/spam the thread, I got tired of waiting 8 weeks with the possibility of having to wait another month or more, to get my v3. Not very happy w HRP distribution and their "customer service" right now. I have a parts lot I have been sitting on for the last 8 weeks that I put up in the for sale section if anyone is interested.
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Old 11-28-2011, 11:46 PM
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any updates on availability of factory or DE wheels for the front of a V3?
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Old 11-29-2011, 04:30 AM
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So my 410 is freshened up and ready for the track.
What is everybody running for rear droop? I have the bh screws all the way in on the arm and it doesn't seem to have much down travel compared to the front. Anybody running without the screws?
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Originally Posted by kwiksi
Anybody running without the screws?
i don't run them, i'm still doing alot of testing, however.
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Originally Posted by mcheroke
Sorry guys, don't mean to hijack/spam the thread, I got tired of waiting 8 weeks with the possibility of having to wait another month or more, to get my v3. Not very happy w HRP distribution and their "customer service" right now. I have a parts lot I have been sitting on for the last 8 weeks that I put up in the for sale section if anyone is interested.
http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD102011
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:14 AM
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Originally Posted by mcheroke
Sorry guys, don't mean to hijack/spam the thread, I got tired of waiting 8 weeks with the possibility of having to wait another month or more, to get my v3. Not very happy w HRP distribution and their "customer service" right now. I have a parts lot I have been sitting on for the last 8 weeks that I put up in the for sale section if anyone is interested.
Its not HRP's problem if Durango doesn't send them parts

Last time I checked HRP was the distributor, not the manufacturer so they are doing the best the can to get parts in and out to customer's as they come in.
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:52 AM
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Thanks grapejuice!

Yeah, I had a super finicky CR diff/trans a few years ago and it just pissed me off. It was a different truck everytime I drove it, barked, slipped, chunked up in a day after it was broken in and set. I rebuilt it almost every weekend and it was never right. Never did figure out what the deal was. My RT5 and every XXX before it was butter though. Gear diffs are just my preference...shims and fluid changes, seals and a case every now and again, done.
Well that's because the CR was a POS , so glad I never have to run that car again. The 210 ball diff has been really good, I've been running it for 3-4 weeks and still feels as smooth as a the day I built it!
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Originally Posted by kwiksi
So my 410 is freshened up and ready for the track.
What is everybody running for rear droop? I have the bh screws all the way in on the arm and it doesn't seem to have much down travel compared to the front. Anybody running without the screws?
I have mine two turns out without issue. The car seems controlled even on uneven surfaces.
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Originally Posted by zipperfoot
I have mine two turns out without issue. The car seems controlled even on uneven surfaces.
Okay, but I can't get anymore droop unless I take the screws out. My question was. Is anybody running without the droop screws?
I took one of the screws out and it has a TON of drop. Thinking internal limiters will be better...?
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Originally Posted by kwiksi
Okay, but I can't get anymore droop unless I take the screws out. My question was. Is anybody running without the droop screws?
I took one of the screws out and it has a TON of drop. Thinking internal limiters will be better...?
Or flip the screw over and use it that way.
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I have the screws in the rear and have plenty of droop.

Discovered my second faulty bearing on this kit . its the 5x10x4 in the rear bearing carrier. I would upgrade to the bigger bearing carrier from the V3 but can't find the parts. The first one to go was a 10x15x4. Haven't even run a full pack through her yet .
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Originally Posted by grapejuice
Well that's because the CR was a POS , so glad I never have to run that car again. The 210 ball diff has been really good, I've been running it for 3-4 weeks and still feels as smooth as a the day I built it!
From what i've seen the 210 looks like a POS ! haha. The CR was never known for it's diff but if you built it correctly without a caged thrust the diff was fine.
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