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Old 03-14-2012, 07:41 PM
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Real quick:

Worth buying:
-Brand new 410RV3
-Used 410V3
-Wait for new shipment of 410V3

Thoughts?
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Real quick:

Worth buying:
-Brand new 410RV3
-Used 410V3
-Wait for new shipment of 410V3

Thoughts?
I have the full blown V3 and my friend has the R version and to be honest, The R-Version is just as good on the track. I am going to get my sons the R versions also.
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Originally Posted by jmackani
I have the full blown V3 and my friend has the R version and to be honest, The R-Version is just as good on the track. I am going to get my sons the R versions also.
Is there anything I should buy for the R before taking it on track or will the box kit parts work for getting on track?

Also, I remember someone posting about getting a single shorty pack fitted. Anyone have a picture or info?
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Is there anything I should buy for the R before taking it on track or will the box kit parts work for getting on track?

Also, I remember someone posting about getting a single shorty pack fitted. Anyone have a picture or info?
You might want to get this item.

http://www.tresrey-usa.com/products/...7D410R%29.html
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Is there anything I should buy for the R before taking it on track or will the box kit parts work for getting on track?

Also, I remember someone posting about getting a single shorty pack fitted. Anyone have a picture or info?
would recommend alloy front suspension holder td330004 and you will need the little balls that go in the end td330037.
the front suspension holder in plastic is supposable a weak spot, i replace mine with alloy before first run.
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Is there anything I should buy for the R before taking it on track or will the box kit parts work for getting on track?

Also, I remember someone posting about getting a single shorty pack fitted. Anyone have a picture or info?
Here is mine. Just like you saw in person....
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oops fingers typed faster then my mind worked. on my small bore shocks i used customworks orings from thier mdx shocks.


Originally Posted by dirtydan
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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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
would recommend alloy front suspension holder td330004 and you will need the little balls that go in the end td330037.
the front suspension holder in plastic is supposable a weak spot, i replace mine with alloy before first run.
Don't see any stock on my usual list of websites.
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Don't see any stock on my usual list of websites.
some guys had no problem with the stock part others broke first run, thats why i did mine before i ran.
One thing you will find with the dex410 it is a tough buggy but if you need a part and can find it grab it asap as some bits are very hard to get.

On that note has anyone seen the v3 1 deg rear hubs being sold yet ?
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Real quick:

Worth buying:
-Brand new 410RV3
-Used 410V3
-Wait for new shipment of 410V3

Thoughts?
Used V3 or wait. If you are going to race, at most tracks, the V3 is the cheapest $100 you will ever spend (the difference between the V3 and the R V3). For racing, I can't imagine the justification of getting the R V3 over the V3, on our track the cars are night and day. Not that the R V3 won't work and that a fast driver couldn't kick my butt with it, but for the average to above average racer, the V3 is worth double the difference!
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Don't see any stock on my usual list of websites.
My lhs has a bunch of ff aluminum holders in stock. Pm me if you want and I can send one to you.
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
Here is mine. Just like you saw in person....
What are the specs on that shorty Pack? How much runtime can you get with it?
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
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Worth buying:
-Brand new 410RV3
-Used 410V3
-Wait for new shipment of 410V3

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I just finished a transfer from 2010 Spec to a V3 and I will be testing it out this weekend. I already had many upgrases including the fat shocks machined diff gears etc, but I like all the other up grades like the oversized rear hubs and deeper counter sunk chassis.
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Just to clarify, the 210 rear wheels fit the RV3 correct?

Also, what are the options for front wheels? Will clamping hexes on the front allow me to run, say, B44.1 wheels?
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Just to clarify, the 210 rear wheels fit the RV3 correct?

Also, what are the options for front wheels? Will clamping hexes on the front allow me to run, say, B44.1 wheels?
You can use the old 410 front hex for the B44.1 front wheel, or the old 410 front wheel. I use the Jconcepts b4.1 rear hex, and small style old hex for the front.
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