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Old 03-09-2012, 04:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Breeze
Is there any where to fuind durango ball cups? I need to get some new one but I can't find them. Does anyone else make them to fit the durango?

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get these TC5 cups from AE and losi super duty cups and even the worst of drivers cant make these cups pop off (like me ) , worst it can do is bend the cups but will not pop off.




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Get Lunsford conversion. Put em' on my 210 and v3 and never came off again!

mine is the 2010 specs so no need for the Ti buckles, much cheaper if you are on a tight budget....


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Old 03-09-2012, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by mikeyscott
Any essential upgrades? I'm planning on alloy tresrey servo saver like before.

Like sound of tresrey hexes

these would look neat....

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Old 03-09-2012, 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by dexon555
Just convert to the New 14mm front / rear standard. Tresrey has brand new 14mm aluminum conversions on their website.

You will need to order a quantity of two per car.
either get this..

http://www.losipartshouse.com/servle...eel-Hex/Detail

or to this..



AE hex, if you have lotsa AE rims laying around......


note: not mine from a fellow member here.... been reposted on here... just sharing... (Raul )
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Old 03-09-2012, 11:07 PM
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Just finished wiring mine up (bought a used roller a couple of weeks ago). Tighter than I expected. 1st race with it tomorrow!

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Originally Posted by Jonny5
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.
Well they are going to send me a new system but I think I'll pick up a tresrey 8.5 I don't think I'm going to use the viper 8.5 but I'll still use the esc. Thanks for the help.

Dose 24-25/87 for the tresrey 8.5 on a 40x20 track sound about right or should it be higher or lower
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Old 03-10-2012, 01:26 PM
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What the size of the larger outter bear on the tresery hub?
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[QUOTE=jmackani;10445511]I have been watching the U.S. Distributor (HRP) inventory quite a bit. Here is what I have seen. Team Durango's website appears to be an inventory of what is available from the factory. HRP's inventory is what is on the ground in the U.S.. Based off Team-Durango's factory inventory, the only car available is the nitro buggy. The only car available from HRP is a lonely one DEX410R- older version. Some parts never seem to make it to the U.S. like the aluminum wheel hexes. So, I am speculating either two things are going on. One, some ship in the middle of the ocean, has lots of toys and parts on it. Or two, there is legal battle going on with Hobbico and HRP.

Does your hobby shop have anything Durango available parts or vehicles? The reason I ask is because for most LHS, it was not a cheap buy-in process nor was it standard from what I have seen. Hint, you may have to call "bullsh!t" on the hobby shop owner. In addition, not to slam you, but never pay ahead next time. Get your money back and buy the R-Version from here
It's a shame Team-Durango is not more forthcoming about their supply issues. As such I would not buy one. I was going to, but it's obvious that doing so is buying into an unreliable supply chain. Instead I'm going to wait around a bit to see if Losi comes out with one or even go for an xfactory. The associated is not a bad buy if you want something now. It's a good car with good parts availability.
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this looks $$$$
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Originally Posted by danielxie
this looks $$$$
It looks even better with Tresrey parts..
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Originally Posted by ufoDziner
Just finished wiring mine up (bought a used roller a couple of weeks ago). Tighter than I expected. 1st race with it tomorrow!

Where did you get a Castle ESC with soldering posts on it?
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Originally Posted by ABBOTT
Where did you get a Castle ESC with soldering posts on it?
At a quick guess i would say its a sidewinder esc, comes with soldering posts
they dont sell them any more
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Originally Posted by ABBOTT
Where did you get a Castle ESC with soldering posts on it?
It's a Mamba 1s. I really like it because it can handle up to 6s (that's what I run my durango on), is relatively light (because it has no BEC), and cheap. The blue thing stuck to is a Castle programmable BEC that can take up to 6s in, and let's me run 8v to the servo. ;-)
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Do any of you know if the Losi big bore pistons will work in the Fat shocks? Thanks!
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Originally Posted by ufoDziner
Do any of you know if the Losi big bore pistons will work in the Fat shocks? Thanks!
No they won't work different diameter

I think that TD are doing well now or at least better there was a post earlier about china closing for the new year for a month and a lot of parts backed up cos people didn't just stop driving under that time.

TD estimated that it would take a couple of months to get on top of things.
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