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Old 03-07-2012, 05:24 AM
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Yes, the shorty battery fits. It is a 3800 60c , powering a Venom "Red" 6.5. Plenty of power, plenty of speed.

Yes, the Tresrey hubs are awesome. You need some red stuff too.
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Amain has it in stock and so does absolute hobbies.
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Old 03-07-2012, 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
Look into the Tresery hubs. They are Red anodized aluminum and have the larger outer bearing.
+1 for the tresrey hubs. Not only were we replacing hub bearings almost every weekend before switching to large bearing hubs, but Cush likes to steer his car in the air to line up for the next corner landing a jump. He couldn't do that with plastic hubs- kept cracking the ears off of them. Tresrey aluminum hubs allow him to drive it more aggressively without fear of breaking.
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Im aware of the tresrey hubs, also aware of the $50 a set price. Just looking to pick up the stock ones for now.
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Originally Posted by Qwkrn U
Im aware of the tresrey hubs, also aware of the $50 a set price. Just looking to pick up the stock ones for now.
Seriously? You would rather spend the money on a plastic part, with the inevitable breaking during a race, possibly a big event, costing you the entry fee, another broken part, a loss of a race and most important, no fancy red stuff on your car?
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Old 03-07-2012, 09:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
Seriously? You would rather spend the money on a plastic part, with the inevitable breaking during a race, possibly a big event, costing you the entry fee, another broken part, a loss of a race and most important, no fancy red stuff on your car?
If they were the durango color it wouldnt be an issue. just not a fan of red.
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Old 03-07-2012, 09:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
Seriously? You would rather spend the money on a plastic part, with the inevitable breaking during a race, possibly a big event, costing you the entry fee, another broken part, a loss of a race and most important, no fancy red stuff on your car?
That was how I looked at it as well. Not finishing a race to me is unacceptable, so peace of mind is well worth a few bucks to ensure that it doesn't happen. In the short term $50 is a lot of money, but for a part that will last as long as you own the car and will eliminate rear hub failures, it's worth every penny.
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Originally Posted by Qwkrn U
If they were the durango color it wouldnt be an issue. just not a fan of red.
I hear you! I was in the similiar situation. I kept blowing out bearing on my 09 spec car until I bought the Tresrey ones. At the time Durango didn't have the larger bearing. Plus the first set I bought I had someone strip and reanodize them black only to ruin them. So guess what I purchased them again and left them red. Now I'm looking to buy some Red wheel clamp hexes to go with them.......
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Old 03-07-2012, 12:34 PM
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Thumbs down viper sucks

ok had a vst8.5 burn up a few weeks ago on the 4th battery run on that motor 1st batt of the day, previous batteries the temp only got up to 160 max and passed the touch test but the last pack i could not touch it more than half a sec and my temp gun died and all this after a 5 min practice run. so do you think 21 pinion and 87 spur is over geared viper says yes and won't warrantee it. oh and no boost and stock esc settings
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Originally Posted by OU812_77
ok had a vst8.5 burn up a few weeks ago on the 4th battery run on that motor 1st batt of the day, previous batteries the temp only got up to 160 max and passed the touch test but the last pack i could not touch it more than half a sec and my temp gun died and all this after a 5 min practice run. so do you think 21 pinion and 87 spur is over geared viper says yes and won't warrantee it. oh and no boost and stock esc settings
If anything its sounds undergeared. Cush's buggy has a 7.5 in it running 23-24/87 with a bit of boost. Different motor/esc (Tresrey/SP), but I would think you need a few more teeth on there. I've also been told that the Viper motors are about a wind off of other brands- their 8.5 is more comparable to a 9.5 from other manufacturers. With that in mind, it would suggest you are significantly undergeared.

FWIW, his motors temp between 140-150 after a 6min race on a 125x65 indoor track.
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Originally Posted by OU812_77
ok had a vst8.5 burn up a few weeks ago on the 4th battery run on that motor 1st batt of the day, previous batteries the temp only got up to 160 max and passed the touch test but the last pack i could not touch it more than half a sec and my temp gun died and all this after a 5 min practice run. so do you think 21 pinion and 87 spur is over geared viper says yes and won't warrantee it. oh and no boost and stock esc settings
How big is your track? I run a 87/23 with my ballistic 8.5t. temps come off never over 150*. I think Johny5 is right about the winds. I would look into the drivetrian and make sure it is nice and free. each cvd joint should have no binds, bearings. I noticed cooler motor temps with good bearings.
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does the 410v3 come with the over sized rear hub(plastic)?
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Originally Posted by Qwkrn U
If they were the durango color it wouldnt be an issue. just not a fan of red.
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Originally Posted by dirtydan
does the 410v3 come with the over sized rear hub(plastic)?
yes mate
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Originally Posted by Qwkrn U
anyone know of a source for the Rear hubs for the car? I broke my stock one on the V3 car and cant seem to find any in stock anywhere for the V3 car.*big bearing hubs
It must be the week for breaking hubs. I also had one go this week. Here is the problem that I see. It appears Durango does not have a part number for the V3 larger bearing hubs in 1 degree. I ordered the option part referenced as 330007 and sure enough it's the older smaller bearing hub which will not work because with the V3 they do not provide the smaller bearing. Like others said, I think tresrey is only option that I can see. Like you stated the td340071 is not available in the U.S. either.
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