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Old 12-01-2011, 05:29 PM
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Loosen the mount screws one the bottom of the chassis. Slide your spur in and then tighten down the screws back down. Make sure you loosen the screw that goes through the spacer as well.
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Has anyone with a V3 found front 14mm wheels in stock anywhere?
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Originally Posted by Konich
Loosen the mount screws one the bottom of the chassis. Slide your spur in and then tighten down the screws back down. Make sure you loosen the screw that goes through the spacer as well.
Ahh. Which spacer? Gonna run wheeler this Saturday?
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Old 12-01-2011, 06:13 PM
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Originally Posted by jayfinnRC
Has anyone with a V3 found front 14mm wheels in stock anywhere?
Losi Parts House had several in stock. I posted a link a week or so ago . . .
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I have tried to attach a spreadsheet. Lemme know if you cannot view it . . .

TD330307 RR SUSPENSION HANGER (INSERT VERSION)
TD330309 RR SUSPENSION HANGER INSERTS
TD330293 HD BALL END SET
TD310226 ALLOY WHEEL HEX (14mm) 2pcs
TD330312 PLASTIC SHOCK COLLARS,14mm HEXES & SHOCK STAND OFF SET
TD340071 F & R HUB SET (V3)
So get those and replace whats on the 2010 and Ill have the v3?

What about big bores? What length is neeeded there?
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Originally Posted by C_Money
So get those and replace whats on the 2010 and Ill have the v3?

What about big bores? What length is neeeded there?
Mostly! I did leave off the BBs and you will need 23mm for front and 31mm for rear. The V3 has more adjustments on the carbon shock towers. Also the rear center CVD is a little shorter as the outdrive on the slipper is longer I do believe. There is an updated body and the chassis counterbores are deeper . . .

http://www.team-durango.com/race-cars/dex410v3/
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Sweet you the man, I dont care about the chassis or the driveshaft to much.
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Originally Posted by C_Money
Sweet you the man, I dont care about the chassis or the driveshaft to much.
I am with you on that! I will need a new chassis soon so hopefully they will have the V3 out there soon . . .
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Old 12-02-2011, 01:15 AM
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What's a good pinion to start with 87t spur running a 9.5t GM engine on a new durango 410 V3 ESC LRP 4 year old TC top model ?? My first elektric car in 10 yeas

Track Hi grip small/medium size
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Originally Posted by dangerwr
I am with you on that! I will need a new chassis soon so hopefully they will have the V3 out there soon . . .
Just replaced my chassis last night. After a full year on the buggy, the old one was trashed....some pics for sh!ts n giggles..



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Originally Posted by dangerwr
Ahh. Which spacer? Gonna run wheeler this Saturday?
The spacer that holds the two motor mounts together

I won't be making it this Saturday No hall pass from the wife
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Originally Posted by Konich
The spacer that holds the two motor mounts together

I won't be making it this Saturday No hall pass from the wife
Shameful. I will try to stay off that 25-lap pace and give you some time to catch up.
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anyone know of a compatable part from another brand? i had my screw come loose and tapped the wall, nothing broke but it came apart and lost this peice. any and all help would be a preciated.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...-Bushing-Set-4
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Anyone know where I can find part #TDR310007. It is the aluminum rear gearbox insert. Left side in stock, but NO ONE has the right. A mystery to me.
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Old 12-02-2011, 09:29 AM
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This car is an interesting beast. I raced mine for the first time at out local track SRS in Scottsdale AZ. I think the car ran great and handled well with 5K diff fluid in front and 3K in rear. I ran the stock springs with 35wt in front and 30wt in the rear.

Here is the weird part. Another guy ran the same car with almost the exact same set up, but he had 22wt oil all around in the shocks, and 20K diff fluid in the front and rear. A totally different set up but at the same track. He said his car ran great.

Strange that you could run 2 completely different set ups but have similar results. Maybe it comes down to the driver and personal preference.
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