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Old 03-17-2012, 06:18 AM
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I read that everyone is having trouble getting TD kits. I visited my two LHS and they had kits galore. They had DEX410v.3, DEX210 and DESC410R in stock and on the shelf. RC Hobbies in Tamarac and Hobby Super Store in Plantation, Florida. They both have web-sites.
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:45 AM
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What's everyones take on diff fluids. I ran 10/10 for a while, and switched to 7/7. It got better.
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
What's everyones take on diff fluids. I ran 10/10 for a while, and switched to 7/7. It got better.
5/5 You know it's faster........
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
5/5 You know it's faster........
Yeah, yeah.. when you gunna come race @ IRH..?
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Old 03-17-2012, 07:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
Yeah, yeah.. when you gunna come race @ IRH..?
As soon as they move it closer and the traffic lightens up over the GW bridge....

Not sure outdoor season is here. Going to run some laps today on the 408
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Old 03-17-2012, 07:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
As soon as they move it closer and the traffic lightens up over the GW bridge....

Not sure outdoor season is here. Going to run some laps today on the 408
It's over the throgs neck. Jump in the car with me..
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Old 03-17-2012, 09:09 AM
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can someone tell me the actual size of the diff seals td330099 (orange ones)
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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
can someone tell me the actual size of the diff seals td330099 (orange ones)
That number if for shock seals. The diff size is P5. Not sure on the dimensions but if you google P5 you should get the Japanese rating system chart.
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Old 03-17-2012, 02:55 PM
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How are you guys getting the 12mm hexs to work? When I put them(jconcepts b4 front hex) on the front of the 410 I don't have enough thread to put the nut all the way on. Are you using the front hexs on the rear aswell or the rear thicker hexs? with these on is the car still roar width legal? I have the tresrey 14mm hexs but have a bunch of kyosho rims I want to use up 1st.
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Originally Posted by Breeze
How are you guys getting the 12mm hexs to work? When I put them(jconcepts b4 front hex) on the front of the 410 I don't have enough thread to put the nut all the way on. Are you using the front hexs on the rear aswell or the rear thicker hexs? with these on is the car still roar width legal? I have the tresrey 14mm hexs but have a bunch of kyosho rims I want to use up 1st.
Want to sell me the 14mm tressey hexs ?
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
That number if for shock seals. The diff size is P5. Not sure on the dimensions but if you google P5 you should get the Japanese rating system chart.
was just going of team durangos diff seal mod http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...diff-seal-mod/

yes they are the 408 shock seals, but thought thats what the v3 came with.
no more x rings

got the Dimensions now

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Need a good starting gearing for a 6.5T Trinity D3 on the stock 87 spur.

Track is medium size, fast with big jumps but not very technical. Getting low-end punch is almost a must. Starting tires are going to be Holeshots F/Square Fuzzies R.
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I asked on the 210 forum now I need a 410 setup

Whats a good setup someone can recommend for this track

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I won't get a lot of time for warm up and testing things unfortunately

Hand out tires are AKA rebars SS and AKA S inserts

Last time I raced it wasn't with the 410 and they sprayed dustex on it and grip improved during the day a little. 2WD will be raced the day before so hopefully the grip will be a little better than what you see here

Thanks
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Need a good starting gearing for a 6.5T Trinity D3 on the stock 87 spur.

Track is medium size, fast with big jumps but not very technical. Getting low-end punch is almost a must. Starting tires are going to be Holeshots F/Square Fuzzies R.
Hi Mate

i run 21/87 and its got plenty for me thats for sure

some other guys run 22/87 but i suffer with heat at 22

just check you temps and gear to suit
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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
was just going of team durangos diff seal mod http://www.team-durango.com/blog/201...diff-seal-mod/

yes they are the 408 shock seals, but thought thats what the v3 came with.
no more x rings

got the Dimensions now
Hey Scotty, the x-rings are crud, they leak instantly unless you pack them with a shim in my experience, the v3 ones are the 408 shock seals, I use kyosho p5's in mine and they seem to work, although after a few races there always seems to be less or next to no oil in the diffs with no apparent leaking......
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