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Old 02-03-2012, 04:09 AM
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Originally Posted by JJBTEXAS
new proline body. they have a new one for the 210 as well.
Do you have a link for it? I checked the Proline website under "1/10 bodies", and "new arrivals" but cannot find it.
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Old 02-03-2012, 06:07 AM
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Do you have a link for it? I checked the Proline website under "1/10 bodies", and "new arrivals" but cannot find it.
No part#'s yet on the PL website. The PL guy was on here a week or two ago stating they'd be available Feb 15th. Hopefully part#'s will be available soon for pre-order.
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Originally Posted by DRCRacer299
This past weekend at the Reedy Race I ran 12k, 12k. One thing I have started doing at the encouragement of Hupo is to run a 'square' diff set-up. Meaning same front and rear. This seems to balance the car better.
Also as to why i'm running these heavier fluids. Well I started the week off with 7, 7. But I was 'diffing' out exiting corners and going heavier eliminated that issue and made the car easier to drive for me on that track.
Thanks Ryan, I thought I saw your setup sheet say 30? my mistake. Just the answer I was looking for. I may try 10k / 10k tomorrow and report back with my findings as well.
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Damn I really like that new body, Im deffo going to get one of those for the 410, as for the 210 Im not really liking the look, it makes it look like oddly squeezed playdough

Im sure proline took the idea from my cab foward kyosho shell

Think Ill stick with the finnisher on the 210 which I have now warmed to
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will be trying the "even" setups this weekend..

i don't have the car in front of me so i can post my exact setup, but i'm looking for a little more initial turn in and a touch more off power steering. any general pointers as to where to start?

car feels good just about everywhere now that i've added the weight set, and did some additional tuning.
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Old 02-03-2012, 11:20 AM
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hi guys,
i m about to run my 410 with the following electronics:

-lrp sxx stock spec v2
-gm motor 10.5
-sanwa sdx801

i' m wondering which window of pinions should i use...with timing and no timing on the esc..
someone told me to try 19-20T pinion..any different ideas?

thanks a lot in advance.

regards
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Originally Posted by jackdani
hi guys,
i m about to run my 410 with the following electronics:

-lrp sxx stock spec v2
-gm motor 10.5
-sanwa sdx801

i' m wondering which window of pinions should i use...with timing and no timing on the esc..
someone told me to try 19-20T pinion..any different ideas?

thanks a lot in advance.

regards
Depends on your track side. I'd bring 20-24T for a 10.5.
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Old 02-03-2012, 12:35 PM
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Originally Posted by t8rtot
will be trying the "even" setups this weekend..

i don't have the car in front of me so i can post my exact setup, but i'm looking for a little more initial turn in and a touch more off power steering. any general pointers as to where to start?

car feels good just about everywhere now that i've added the weight set, and did some additional tuning.
You can try to lower your front c-hub carrier. In other words put all the shims on the bottom.
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For those interested as well I did post my Reedy Race Set-up on my website. I felt the car was easy to drive and it seemed to do everything well.
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
hi guys,
i m about to run my 410 with the following electronics:

-lrp sxx stock spec v2
-gm motor 10.5
-sanwa sdx801

i' m wondering which window of pinions should i use...with timing and no timing on the esc..
someone told me to try 19-20T pinion..any different ideas?

thanks a lot in advance.

regards
i run a 10.5 w/o timing i currently have 25T on there and its not enough i'm thinking of jumping up to 26T-27T

i can't answer for a setup with timing

You can try to lower your front c-hub carrier. In other words put all the shims on the bottom.
i will give that a try

For those interested as well I did post my Reedy Race Set-up on my website. I felt the car was easy to drive and it seemed to do everything well.
downloaded it yesterday
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Default new to DEX410V3 whats a good set up

i got my order in for the DEX410V3 and i cannot wait i have been doing a lot of research on what classes are in my area and what would be a good set up to go with Iíve been racing on carpet and now i wanna step up and in my research the v3 is a sick car i currently have some 10.5 setups in some of my other vehicles and i am wondering what would be the best motor and spedo set up Iíve realized that there arenít many 17.5 class for 1/10 buggy its usually open or mod and i donít want to start out racing and get dusted all day i am open to any suggestions on what turn motor would be best suited for me but still be able to keep it under control and if i do go with a low turn i will be dialing it down till i get more comfortable with the vehicle i am leaning towards a 6.5 to 8.5 turn but not to sure yet and what a good company is to deal with also for the esc Iím looking at a RS also the orion vortex still unsure but i would appreciate any info good or bad and if what Iím looking at isnít right please let me know thanks
what would be the best set up since i am just getting into off-road i am comfortable with my 10.5 setups in my other vehicles so should go with a lower turn and tune it down and what turn or a 10.5 tuned up and what esc motor and servo products would work out best
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Originally Posted by DRCRacer299
You can try to lower your front c-hub carrier. In other words put all the shims on the bottom.
Wouldn't all the shims go on the top to lower it?
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Does anyone else wishes that they make a locking wheel hex for the 410?

http://www.teamstrc.com/index.php?ro...product_id=702

I can't imagine a car of this caliber does not offer this option part?


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Originally Posted by syrss
Does anyone else wishes that they make a locking wheel hex for the 410?

http://www.teamstrc.com/index.php?ro...product_id=702

I can't imagine a car of this caliber does not offer this option part?


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Do you mean these?

http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD310226
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Old 02-03-2012, 02:25 PM
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Originally Posted by jmackani
Wouldn't all the shims go on the top to lower it?
Because the shims are on the 'inside' of the C-hub they effect it differently. By putting the shims on the bottom you are lowering the axel height which is what you want for more steering.
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