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Old 03-21-2012, 06:22 AM
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Thats what i think, better than occasional breaking of bulkheads... Hahahaha
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Old 03-21-2012, 12:02 PM
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Local HRP dealer here has had 2 V3's on order since November. I wish I could find one, but worried about parts availability.
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Old 03-21-2012, 12:30 PM
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I might be selling my half build 2010 410 spec with big bores and most Tresrey upgrades (Gainabull body, hub carriers F & R, servo saver crank, carbon towers, diff hoops, center drive shafts and etc) and some spares. PM me if interested. I just don't have time to finish builiding the 410 and I rather spend my time to finish my STRR Evo and concentrate on Nitro this summer.
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:12 PM
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There maybe some parts issue with TD but basically the common problem parts are available. it was designed to take the abuse and parts are more befier than others.You just have to know which parts to stock up.
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Does anyone have a good starter setup for indoor clay smooth track. Just wanted a good place to start.

thanks
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Originally Posted by rokitman
Does anyone have a good starter setup for indoor clay smooth track. Just wanted a good place to start.

thanks
Are you referring to ECH? Indoor yes, smooth no. Drastic difference in setup.
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Old 03-21-2012, 08:15 PM
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Im gonna go there as well, but was refering to BlueGroove in greensboro.
But I will be going to winchester as well. Im half way inbetween both
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whats a decent but not expensive bearing kit Avid,Boca ?

TD ones are the worst i have ever come across

had to replace center diff/slipper bearings before first run as they were nearly seized. got 3 minutes from first run rear right bearings seized
2nd run another 2 min left rear seized, another 10 min front inner bearings seized.

from the actual ten min or so i have had the car is fantastic, but from missing parts, rooted bearings,lack off parts, no customer support seriously considering ditching it
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Old 03-22-2012, 02:28 AM
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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
whats a decent but not expensive bearing kit Avid,Boca ?

TD ones are the worst i have ever come across

had to replace center diff/slipper bearings before first run as they were nearly seized. got 3 minutes from first run rear right bearings seized
2nd run another 2 min left rear seized, another 10 min front inner bearings seized.

from the actual ten min or so i have had the car is fantastic, but from missing parts, rooted bearings,lack off parts, no customer support seriously considering ditching it
Hey Scotty I've got the bearings you need just come ova and grab some.

I've also go a HUG here for ya to stop that moaning and bitching!
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Old 03-22-2012, 02:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Jpm1
Hey Scotty I've got the bearings you need just come ova and grab some.

I've also go a HUG here for ya to stop that moaning and bitching!
Ps, I've also got a spare transponder you can borrow so you can race Sunday......
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Originally Posted by Jpm1
Hey Scotty I've got the bearings you need just come ova and grab some.

I've also go a HUG here for ya to stop that moaning and bitching!
you buy a new car you expect the parts to be there and to be able to use it before replacing brand new parts.
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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
you buy a new car you expect the parts to be there and to be able to use it before replacing brand new parts.
I do agree, but it's a small price to pay to apart of the cool club!
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Originally Posted by Jpm1
I do agree, but it's a small price to pay to apart of the cool club!
you have seen my real car so you know i am all ready cool
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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
you have seen my real car so you know i am all ready cool
+1

Us boys must drive cool cars.
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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
whats a decent but not expensive bearing kit Avid,Boca ?

TD ones are the worst i have ever come across

had to replace center diff/slipper bearings before first run as they were nearly seized. got 3 minutes from first run rear right bearings seized
2nd run another 2 min left rear seized, another 10 min front inner bearings seized.

from the actual ten min or so i have had the car is fantastic, but from missing parts, rooted bearings,lack off parts, no customer support seriously considering ditching it
The kit bearings for the DEX410, DEX410 SPEC were absolute garbage!!! DO NOT USE!

I've been using BOCA for a long time and they are great for the money. I buy the base kit and it is about $1 per bearing, shipped.
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