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Old 12-28-2011, 03:46 PM
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Originally Posted by onekiwi
How do I calm the rear down, it wants to kicks out/swaps ends especially on the 90 turns. Im on carpet

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middle tower outer arm
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19mm ride height
full droop
On the way in or out ?
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Old 12-28-2011, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by onekiwi
How do I calm the rear down, it wants to kicks out/swaps ends especially on the 90 turns. Im on carpet

Front
40wt 1.3*2 dark blue/dark red
middle tower outer arm
1.3mm sway bar
7000

Rear
35wt 1.2*3 light blue/light green
middle tower middle arm
+2/-2
5000

19mm ride height
full droop

Check your out drives for excessive wear. In the corners when the car leans, could be caught in groove and stick. Other then that, 300 cst Koyosho oil all around, #55 drilled rear pistons.
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Old 12-28-2011, 07:07 PM
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Does anyone have a pick of how the front diff holder lines up? trying to put my front diff in but cannot get it to slide in all the way but from looking over the directions i put the holder in the correct way.
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Old 12-29-2011, 12:11 AM
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Its out of the corner if I get too gas happy but I still want to put some power down on exit, or I have noticed a bit in a tightish sweeper but mostly out of the 90 turns
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Old 12-29-2011, 01:24 AM
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Default new wheels for dex410 v3

Looking for some new wheels for my dex410 v3. Anyone have a link to wheels with 14mm hex on them that will fit. Looking for something different to what came with the kit. Maybe spoked wheels.( not sure if they exist for this buggy)

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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deracing does some otherwise I think you have the original yellow/white and those
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I was told by a local to expect the same thing with the 410: a tail happy car. However, the first and only time I've driven the car, didn't find that at all. I'm running 15k in both diffs on an indoor track. Also running an LRP 8.5 turned down a bit. Shocks? Cant' say what's inside as they were already built when I got the car, but the rear is stiffer than the front.
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Old 12-29-2011, 01:44 PM
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Hey guys, what is the difference between TDR102011 and TDR102012?
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Whats good operating temp for brushless motors and what temp should you not go above.
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Old 12-29-2011, 03:26 PM
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Originally Posted by dusty sweep
Whats good operating temp for brushless motors and what temp should you not go above.
It really depends on the motor dusty.

I like to limit my Tekins to 80c but the LRP X12 range seem quite happy to 90c and beyond.
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Originally Posted by Cpt.America
Hey guys, what is the difference between TDR102011 and TDR102012?
Looks like about $100.....

Plastic vs. Aluminum bits like the hinge pin holders, preload collars, lower shock caps, and front caster blocks. Nitride vs. regular shock shafts. CF vs. aluminum shock towers.

If you're torn between the two I think the V3 is a better deal than the V3R. The hinge pin holders alone are around $80 for all 4 and are highly recommended, and the aluminum caster blocks are great upgrade as well.

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Originally Posted by gene1219
Do you have any shots of the bottom? Just curious to see how large the gap is between the bod and the chassis.
Did you have a chance to take some other pictures of the body?
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Originally Posted by getpip
It really depends on the motor dusty.

I like to limit my Tekins to 80c but the LRP X12 range seem quite happy to 90c and beyond.
Its a hobbywing 120amp esc 6.5t http://www.hobbywing.com/product_show.asp?id=251

I cant find any info on the temp with regard to their motors.
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A racer's Dex410 at a track near me.



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Originally Posted by Cpt.America
Hey guys, what is the difference between TDR102011 and TDR102012?
From what I remember... Shock towers carbon vs aluminum, shocks big bore vs standard and the non R also has various aluminum pieces that are composite on the R version.
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