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Old 03-27-2012, 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
Anyone got any opinions?
What track do you plan on running on? Tires have come along way since those were released.
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by kwiksi
What track do you plan on running on? Tires have come along way since those were released.
I run at Mike's Hobby Shop in Carrollton, Tx.

Track is medium bite dirt/clay mix. It gets watered and becomes pretty sticky and fast. However, it dries out quick, especially on big race days, so it then becomes slightly dusty and grip drops off harsh.

Only reason I asked about those tires is because I'm wondering about what's going to give me the best front grip in both conditions.
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Old 03-27-2012, 07:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Autocratic
I run at Mike's Hobby Shop in Carrollton, Tx.

Track is medium bite dirt/clay mix. It gets watered and becomes pretty sticky and fast. However, it dries out quick, especially on big race days, so it then becomes slightly dusty and grip drops off harsh.

Only reason I asked about those tires is because I'm wondering about what's going to give me the best front grip in both conditions.
Bar Codes for hard packed/blue groove with no dust.
Double Dee on hard packed/light dusty tracks.
Flip Outs for more dusty tracks.
Goose Bumps for for soft dirt..

I tend to think the 410 has alot of steering as it is. What are ohers running for tires? If your running what the fast guys are running than tune your setup. Post it.
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Im a Hot Bodies tire super fanboy

Front and rear.Pink Beam and Fullslot fronts They work great on the hard pack, clay/topsoil tracks here in Columbus.

They wear great and work great even worn. Love em!
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Originally Posted by joelwhite
Im a Hot Bodies tire super fanboy

Front and rear.Pink Beam and Fullslot fronts They work great on the hard pack, clay/topsoil tracks here in Columbus.

They wear great and work great even worn. Love em!
+1 on that. Loving Beams/Fullshot Pinks.
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Old 03-28-2012, 04:46 AM
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FYI - Tresrey was out of stock on both the RV3 and the V3
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There is NIB one on EBay!
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
There is NIB one on EBay!
Yeah. Saw that too. Wonder what the bidding will go up to...
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Absolute hobbyz has the DEX410Rv3 in stock.

http://www.absolutehobbyz.com/produc...oducts_id=7777
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
There is NIB one on EBay!
For $700 lol
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Originally Posted by FLHX1550
For $700 lol
Hobby Superstore in Plantation, FL had on on their shelf.
http://www.hobbysuperstore.com/
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I just want to verify the difference from the "V3" to the "RV3"

- shocks
- alum towers vs carbon
- Alum front castor blocks.
- carbon rear brace

It would be easy to go carbon towers, but any of the other stuff real necessary?

Where I would race it, it is pretty low grip. Really can't take advantage of stiffer chassis designs, and softer setups / more flex seems more appropriate
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the v3 has big bore shocks, dont think the rv3 does.
if you have the $$$ the v3 has more than $100 worth of goodies
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Originally Posted by ozzy-crawl
the v3 has big bore shocks, dont think the rv3 does.
if you have the $$$ the v3 has more than $100 worth of goodies
I'd get the full V3 version as the cost of hop-ups included is way more than the $100 price difference.
Been toying with it myself for a few weeks. I will likely get the V3 and run the small bore shocks from my R (just because I like how it drives).
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Originally Posted by FLHX1550
I just want to verify the difference from the "V3" to the "RV3"

- shocks
- alum towers vs carbon
- Alum front castor blocks.
- carbon rear brace

It would be easy to go carbon towers, but any of the other stuff real necessary?

Where I would race it, it is pretty low grip. Really can't take advantage of stiffer chassis designs, and softer setups / more flex seems more appropriate
FAT shocks are a huge upgrade, for me anyway, I mainly run on outdoor clay. Just my opinion.
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