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Old 03-18-2012, 06:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Jpm1
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......
x-rings are not good. Been using the P5's in mine all year with some Green Slime. No leakage at all.
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:43 PM
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Building/upgrading a 410R for a friend. Can't find a TD330004 (Front Susp holder) anywhere. If you have one or know anywhere in the US that has one in stock, pls pm me. Cheers
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Old 03-18-2012, 08:09 PM
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So I just bought a 410 v3 from a member here. It will be in tomorrow. In the meantime, I broke down and bought a 408. I will more than likely sell the 410 just because it's a smaller class. My question. Assuming I sell the kit BRAND NEW. Do you think I will hurt the value by going ahead and building the kit to sell as an assembled race roller, or just keep it in the box. I really like building so I don't mind putting in the time. I would really appreciate some feedback on this.
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Old 03-18-2012, 08:17 PM
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Originally Posted by rcmorgan540
So I just bought a 410 v3 from a member here. It will be in tomorrow. In the meantime, I broke down and bought a 408. I will more than likely sell the 410 just because it's a smaller class. My question. Assuming I sell the kit BRAND NEW. Do you think I will hurt the value by going ahead and building the kit to sell as an assembled race roller, or just keep it in the box. I really like building so I don't mind putting in the time. I would really appreciate some feedback on this.
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i would not waste your time building it as anyone who buys it (if built) would pull it apart anyway to check the build

in saying that the right buyer would love it to be pre built for them it just depends who wants it when the time comes
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Old 03-18-2012, 08:26 PM
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Originally Posted by rcmorgan540
So I just bought a 410 v3 from a member here. It will be in tomorrow. In the meantime, I broke down and bought a 408. I will more than likely sell the 410 just because it's a smaller class. My question. Assuming I sell the kit BRAND NEW. Do you think I will hurt the value by going ahead and building the kit to sell as an assembled race roller, or just keep it in the box. I really like building so I don't mind putting in the time. I would really appreciate some feedback on this.
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I'd say yes it would de-value it. Its basically used once you build it. As most previous TD owners know, the diffs, driveline and turnbuckles all need a little special TLC.
Sell it as the un-built kit, you should be able to get 100% money back (on your deal) as these are pretty much impossible to get. my 2c.
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Old 03-18-2012, 11:01 PM
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If anyone is looking, Im selling a 410R car with all the aluminum suspension holders and a Carbon rear tower.

Also have access to a 410R V3 nib is someone needs one of those.
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FYI, Amain has the rear shock mounts and slipper pads in stock!!!
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Old 03-19-2012, 07:12 PM
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anybody broke one of these at the cup?
I did! WTF
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Old 03-19-2012, 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted by boudin4evr
anybody broke one of these at the cup?
I did! WTF
I have on my dnx408.
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Old 03-19-2012, 10:29 PM
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Originally Posted by boudin4evr
anybody broke one of these at the cup?
I did! WTF
How old was it? It's natural for moving parts to fatigue over time and wear out. If it was a new shaft that broke that's a different story, and I would think you could get it replaced.
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Woohoo! I got my electrics reorganized and a new body. Sooo nice.





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Originally Posted by ufoDziner
Woohoo! I got my electrics reorganized and a new body. Sooo nice.





What wing is that?
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What wing is that?
OFNA High Downforce Wing (Black) (CRT .5)

I'm not good enough to have a lexan wing last. These look nice and work well for me.
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Old 03-20-2012, 06:45 AM
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I am sick of the rear outside hige pin migration, the new rear hub design in the V3 gave me hope. That soon disapeared when the left side slid out more than 50% during practice then the pin sheared off on a ajump landing. I need hinge pins that screw together like the rear of the DESC410R or one that uses E-clips on either end of the shaft. I tried longer / larger set screw, I've even used shoe-goo to hold set screw, with limited success. Has someone solved this issue? Any creative solutions? Please share.
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Originally Posted by dexon555
I am sick of the rear outside hige pin migration, the new rear hub design in the V3 gave me hope. That soon disapeared when the left side slid out more than 50% during practice then the pin sheared off on a ajump landing. I need hinge pins that screw together like the rear of the DESC410R or one that uses E-clips on either end of the shaft. I tried longer / larger set screw, I've even used shoe-goo to hold set screw, with limited success. Has someone solved this issue? Any creative solutions? Please share.
Maybe the Tresrey hub, will cure all.. I don't have that problem.
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