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Old 01-05-2012, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by dirtydan
are there any differences performance wise on the 410v3 and the 410r v3?
Big Bore shocks is the biggest performance difference, and in my opinion, well worth the price difference.
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Old 01-05-2012, 09:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Slash and Burn
Big Bore shocks is the biggest performance difference, and in my opinion, well worth the price difference.
Depending on the track type. Theres a reason Jorn and crew occasionally run the small bore shocks. I myself still have mine when I decide to run astro or any High bite track.

But your right about choosing the V3, it has everything you need except the Alu servo saver arm as an upgrade you would need on the R anyways.

If you are stretching yourself thin as it is The R is a good place to start with maybe $30 in upgrades...
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Hey guys i just put together a new standard 410 buggy got it for 240$. and im having a small problem of the buggy pulling to the left on any throttle...off throttle it track fine but as soon as you touch the acel it pulls left.... ive tryed trimming it but then it pulls left on acel and then right on decel if i disconect the axels from both sides each side spins smooth with no binding?????? please help
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Originally Posted by TAMAK
Depending on the track type. Theres a reason Jorn and crew occasionally run the small bore shocks. I myself still have mine when I decide to run astro or any High bite track.

But your right about choosing the V3, it has everything you need except the Alu servo saver arm as an upgrade you would need on the R anyways.

If you are stretching yourself thin as it is The R is a good place to start with maybe $30 in upgrades...
i would buy the v3, but i cant find it any where in stock. thats why i was asking. does anyone know who may have one in stock or selling a used v3.

thanks,

Dan
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Old 01-05-2012, 04:20 PM
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i thought venom rc out of australia had them in stock a week or so ago.
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Old 01-05-2012, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by J-Fraz203
Hey guys i just put together a new standard 410 buggy got it for 240$. and im having a small problem of the buggy pulling to the left on any throttle...off throttle it track fine but as soon as you touch the acel it pulls left.... ive tryed trimming it but then it pulls left on acel and then right on decel if i disconect the axels from both sides each side spins smooth with no binding?????? please help
Man. I would check the diffs if it is only on power and are certain there is no binding in ANY of the CVDs. Interesting problem.
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Originally Posted by J-Fraz203
Hey guys i just put together a new standard 410 buggy got it for 240$. and im having a small problem of the buggy pulling to the left on any throttle...off throttle it track fine but as soon as you touch the acel it pulls left.... ive tryed trimming it but then it pulls left on acel and then right on decel if i disconect the axels from both sides each side spins smooth with no binding?????? please help
Did Larry run into you? That is wierd, try this. Pop all four inner ballstuds, so the cvds pop out of the outdrives. Then spin the whole tire,axle, cvd assembly by hand to see if there is any binding. LMK. If not I should be there next Weds. Good luck.
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Originally Posted by J-Fraz203
Hey guys i just put together a new standard 410 buggy got it for 240$. and im having a small problem of the buggy pulling to the left on any throttle...off throttle it track fine but as soon as you touch the acel it pulls left.... ive tryed trimming it but then it pulls left on acel and then right on decel if i disconect the axels from both sides each side spins smooth with no binding?????? please help
Bad CV or bearing issue.
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Originally Posted by J-Fraz203
Hey guys i just put together a new standard 410 buggy got it for 240$. and im having a small problem of the buggy pulling to the left on any throttle...off throttle it track fine but as soon as you touch the acel it pulls left.... ive tryed trimming it but then it pulls left on acel and then right on decel if i disconect the axels from both sides each side spins smooth with no binding?????? please help
check cvd pin
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Old 01-05-2012, 05:40 PM
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Quick question just finished building my 410r the other day i am going to be running 25mm high lipos do i still need to put the two spacers under the front mount for the lipo? and where does the second lil strap go or is it not used.heres the picture of them from the durango site http://www.team-durango.com/graphics...ww/320005m.jpg
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
Quick question just finished building my 410r the other day i am going to be running 25mm high lipos do i still need to put the two spacers under the front mount for the lipo? and where does the second lil strap go or is it not used.heres the picture of them from the durango site http://www.team-durango.com/graphics...ww/320005m.jpg
You should not need the 2nd little strap at all as that is used with the aluminum slipper brace from the Spec car--the 'R' car has a plastic one. I use 25mm LiPos as well and do not use any spacers under the motor mount or the slipper brace.
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Old 01-05-2012, 06:17 PM
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Ty I had thought the R was designed to eliminate all that.

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You should not need the 2nd little strap at all as that is used with the aluminum slipper brace from the Spec car--the 'R' car has a plastic one. I use 25mm LiPos as well and do not use any spacers under the motor mount or the slipper brace.
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
Ty I had thought the R was designed to eliminate all that.
Yeah, you just need to use the upper holes on the battery brace and plastic slipper mount--TD calls it a rear center mount.
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How often you guys changing your shock/ diff fluid? Seems to me after about four race days the diff fluid (losi) starts to break down. Really makes a difference when it's fresh. Thanks
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
How often you guys changing your shock/ diff fluid? Seems to me after about four race days the diff fluid (losi) starts to break down. Really makes a difference when it's fresh. Thanks
I refresh every three race weekends. It breaksdown and the georgia red clay gets inside and turns the oil a rusty color. Nasty!
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