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Old 12-07-2011, 01:31 PM
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Originally Posted by dusty sweep
Does this mean Venom have some in stock?
thats why i gave you the info mate yes they have them in stock
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which alum servo saver do you guys use? trey,racers edge etc etc?
when I see them on line.. they all look little diffrent
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Old 12-07-2011, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
You look pretty local. Call Critters in NJ. He's getting some in stock this week I believe.
I called my LHS and the V3's are shipping now!
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Old 12-07-2011, 03:15 PM
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does anyone know if the v3 can be converted to run b4/b44 style wheels?
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Yes you can use the old hex on the front and spacer/cone/pin on the rear and you can run AE/Losi Or older Durango wheels no problem
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Before I start my 410v3 build I would like to be sure I up grade the weak points. I have the Tresrey servo saver so what's next? Would it be better to get the Tresrey rear diff hoop or the aluminum front/inner suspension holder? Am I missing anything? Thanks for the help.
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Originally Posted by Chief
Before I start my 410v3 build I would like to be sure I up grade the weak points. I have the Tresrey servo saver so what's next? Would it be better to get the Tresrey rear diff hoop or the aluminum front/inner suspension holder? Am I missing anything? Thanks for the help.
Good question I to am very interested in this info
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Old 12-07-2011, 05:52 PM
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Ty!!! that will definetly save me some $$$$ in the long run.

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Yes you can use the old hex on the front and spacer/cone/pin on the rear and you can run AE/Losi Or older Durango wheels no problem
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Old 12-07-2011, 06:56 PM
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Is there a better option for the Pivot ball studs, Pivot balls, and Ball ends. I keep getting slop with these stock Durango parts. There has to be something that fits tighter and lasts longer, like AE, Losi something. This is the only thing that I hate about this car. If I can get this sorted it will be perfect.
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Originally Posted by Chief
Before I start my 410v3 build I would like to be sure I up grade the weak points. I have the Tresrey servo saver so what's next? Would it be better to get the Tresrey rear diff hoop or the aluminum front/inner suspension holder? Am I missing anything? Thanks for the help.
I have heard the diff hoops are a worthy upgrade. I have not heard of anyone having a problem with the inner suspension holder. Outside yes, inside no.

The v3 has addressed many of the weak points. The one problem I have encountered on the 410r but have not heard a lot about are the bearings. Cheap bearings on the 410r. Hope they upgraded the v3.
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Originally Posted by Walkman
Is there a better option for the Pivot ball studs, Pivot balls, and Ball ends. I keep getting slop with these stock Durango parts. There has to be something that fits tighter and lasts longer, like AE, Losi something. This is the only thing that I hate about this car. If I can get this sorted it will be perfect.
Hmmm, Mine has a little slop too and appear to be the only one at my track that does not have trouble with the ball cups popping off. They are not easily removed but just some play . . .
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I had posted a question regarding the castle MMP esc 1/10th.
Wanted to be sure that it would fit in the DEX410v3. Anyone know for sure that it will fit?
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Originally Posted by TeamJammin!
I had posted a question regarding the castle MMP esc 1/10th.
Wanted to be sure that it would fit in the DEX410v3. Anyone know for sure that it will fit?
I think it would be REALLY tight. I did see pictures way back early this year of someone who managed it, but its super tight in the 410/R and the chassis layout is the same in the v3. You'd need a micro receiver for sure.
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Had a spectacular failure of parts on my buggy last night. Normal day at the track, no crash, just running in 1st qualifier, whole rear bulkhead broke included aluminum suspension holders.

I had run plastic suspension holders for 1 year without issue, decided to add the aluminum ones. I don't know if it the stress that the aluminum put on the plastic (not allowing it to flex as much as before), or temperature (it was a colder evening but not freezing).

Crappy picture below showing entire bulkhead severed from car. That was a fun rebuild between qualifiers

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Originally Posted by Chief
Before I start my 410v3 build I would like to be sure I up grade the weak points. I have the Tresrey servo saver so what's next? Would it be better to get the Tresrey rear diff hoop or the aluminum front/inner suspension holder? Am I missing anything? Thanks for the help.
Get the aluminum suspension holders as the upgrade. The plastic suspension holders are a known problem that almost everyone as broke. The diff hoops are a nice upgrade to keep the driveline in-line but not necessary.
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