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Old 03-12-2012, 12:20 PM
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Has any one used MIP's Bypass1 Shock Valve system?
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Old 03-12-2012, 12:33 PM
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Has any one used MIP's Bypass1 Shock Valve system?
I currently run RC Shox 2-stage pistons which is very similiar. Good pack and awesome rebound. I run 30/22.5 for oils with no problems. Look them up rcshox.com
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Hi guys,
Was hoping to get some help understanding the setup sheet. There is a tuning option in the 3rd section of the setup sheet at the rear of the buggy that gives you choices of 0,2,4. All the setups I have seen show it at 4, can you tell me what setting this is for?

Also in first section there is a place that points to what either looks like the front camber link or the steering rack that everyone seems to be running a .5 mm shim under, can you tell me where this shim goes?
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Originally Posted by Cspurlock
Hi guys,
Was hoping to get some help understanding the setup sheet. There is a tuning option in the 3rd section of the setup sheet at the rear of the buggy that gives you choices of 0,2,4. All the setups I have seen show it at 4, can you tell me what setting this is for?

Also in first section there is a place that points to what either looks like the front camber link or the steering rack that everyone seems to be running a .5 mm shim under, can you tell me where this shim goes?
Thx in advance
Not sure if this answers your question, or if I'm even right. The 0,2,4 is for rear roll center. I believe the higher the number the more forward traction. The less the more side bite. As for the shim not sure what you are referring to, but maybe the shim for Ackerman. It moves the arm front or back.
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Originally Posted by Cspurlock
Hi guys,
Was hoping to get some help understanding the setup sheet. There is a tuning option in the 3rd section of the setup sheet at the rear of the buggy that gives you choices of 0,2,4. All the setups I have seen show it at 4, can you tell me what setting this is for?

Also in first section there is a place that points to what either looks like the front camber link or the steering rack that everyone seems to be running a .5 mm shim under, can you tell me where this shim goes?
Thx in advance


Hi, the 0-2-4 refers to the rear suspension hanger which alters the anti-squat and roll centre when combined with the RF -2/+2 block run in different orientations.

This image from the oople.com review shows the settings;




The DEX410v3 uses a different rear hanger with many more tuning options -
http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...quat-settings/



The 0.5mm shim is actually the shim that sits either side of the suspension arms - so you'll see there's also a box to show it a the front. The kit setting is to have the shim at the front - it's a small change and spaces the front arms more forward/backward.
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Originally Posted by TeamDurango
Hi, the 0-2-4 refers to the rear suspension hanger which alters the anti-squat and roll centre when combined with the RF -2/+2 block run in different orientations.

This image from the oople.com review shows the settings;




The DEX410v3 uses a different rear hanger with many more tuning options -
http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...quat-settings/



The 0.5mm shim is actually the shim that sits either side of the suspension arms - so you'll see there's also a box to show it a the front. The kit setting is to have the shim at the front - it's a small change and spaces the front arms more forward/backward.
That is very helpful, thank you for the reply and clear explanation!
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Can someone point me to a US dealer that has this kit in stock? I just got a DESC410R that I am in love with. I also like the fact that the two trucks share a lot of parts. Thanks folks!
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Originally Posted by rcmorgan540
Can someone point me to a US dealer that has this kit in stock? I just got a DESC410R that I am in love with. I also like the fact that the two trucks share a lot of parts. Thanks folks!
I just saw a slightly used V3 in the classified section earlier today.
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Can someone point me to a US dealer that has this kit in stock? I just got a DESC410R that I am in love with. I also like the fact that the two trucks share a lot of parts. Thanks folks!
If you love the DESC410R you will be obsessed with the DEX410. I is the funnest most exciting RC car I've ever driven. Super fast and snappy with the ability to turn on a dime. Enjoy!
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What other o-rings can be used in the shocks, I want to rebuild my shocks but the orings are back ordered
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I have a BNIB DEX410v3 for sale...PM me if interested. Buyer backed out and things have been crazy lately so haven't had time to bump the sale thread.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...l#post10466684
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kyosho p5's

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What other o-rings can be used in the shocks, I want to rebuild my shocks but the orings are back ordered
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
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Are those the same ones for the diffs? Also is there an after market aluminum shock cap that fits on the fat shocks? Can you use bladders in these shocks?
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Are those the same ones for the diffs? Also is there an after market aluminum shock cap that fits on the fat shocks? Can you use bladders in these shocks?
TSR Products has clear silicone O rings for shocks as well as bladders. No one makes purpose made Aluminum shock caps for TD... yet.
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
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The Kyosho P5 orings are a replacement for the diff. I have been told that Kyosho big bore orings fit the shocks well, but I haven't tried it myself.
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