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Old 03-28-2012, 09:09 AM
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FAT shocks are a huge upgrade, for me anyway, I mainly run on outdoor clay. Just my opinion.
For ultra smooth tracks the regular bores work very well. The big bores really help when the track is rough though. At our last trophy race Cush was much more consistent and able to improve his best time by. 4sec after switching to MOS big bores from Tresrey over the MOS regular bores. We'll keep both handy and use whichever set the track conditions warrant.
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:23 PM
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i think most guys who buy a R with in a few months either have converted it to the full fat or very close to it.
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:33 PM
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Can someone please point me to the directions for setting up the rear aluminum battery support like this. Thanks

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Originally Posted by Walkman
Absolute hobbyz has the DEX410Rv3 in stock.

http://www.absolutehobbyz.com/produc...oducts_id=7777
i dont think there selling team durango stuff anymore... i just seached there site and i cant fine 1 team durango item. even the link you posted says product not found.
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Old 03-29-2012, 04:32 AM
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Originally Posted by dirtydan
i dont think there selling team durango stuff anymore... i just seached there site and i cant fine 1 team durango item. even the link you posted says product not found.
Wow, I just had an order come from them this week with new rear arms for my 410. I sure hope this is a mistake on the website. I sent them an email.
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Old 03-29-2012, 04:54 AM
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No worris, Absolute responded and they are doing inventory. It will be up later today.
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Originally Posted by jmackani
No worris, Absolute responded and they are doing inventory. It will be up later today.
Yeah sent a panic'd email to Chad yesterday who confirmed the same today phew...
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Old 03-29-2012, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by ufoDziner
Can someone please point me to the directions for setting up the rear aluminum battery support like this. Thanks

do you mean the aluminum plate on the other side of the motor plate? Thats the Mid Drive Gear Plate.

http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD310155

I put one of those on my v3 and it helped to take flex out of the area holding the spur gear and slipper. On my first shakedown with the car I stripped out a spur gear, this helped out the drivetrain big time. Hope you kept all of your spare molded parts from your kit. Look for the thing that looks like a wing, you will need to attach that to your side pods with 6mm button head screws in order to have a place to clip your battery hold down as the aluminum part does not have the holes for the battery clip like the plastic part does.
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Old 03-29-2012, 01:25 PM
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I never thought of this part but thanks for posting, I don't have my V3 yet but I will be sure to have this for mine when my kit finally come.
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Originally Posted by mcheroke
do you mean the aluminum plate on the other side of the motor plate? Thats the Mid Drive Gear Plate.

http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD310155

I put one of those on my v3 and it helped to take flex out of the area holding the spur gear and slipper. On my first shakedown with the car I stripped out a spur gear, this helped out the drivetrain big time. Hope you kept all of your spare molded parts from your kit. Look for the thing that looks like a wing, you will need to attach that to your side pods with 6mm button head screws in order to have a place to clip your battery hold down as the aluminum part does not have the holes for the battery clip like the plastic part does.
Thanks for your reply. Yes, that's the part. I bought the car used and am very new to it. I'll look through my parts to find what you've described. Thanks again.
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Mine runs so swiftly and non-drag like with the dual shorts; stole it from the big boys!
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Originally Posted by ufoDziner
Can someone please point me to the directions for setting up the rear aluminum battery support like this. Thanks

" Thats Hot!"

Nice wire work.
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Looks great!
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Originally Posted by tomi30
jonny5 thks for the pic!!



the 160 2-3s comes only with foward/brake? can you change to foward/ brake/reverse or adjust it without the setting box?
Should be directions in the manual. If you don't have it you can download it.
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Thanks, I actually put the fan in backwards. Trying to decide if I should flip it or not, its shoe Goo'ed in.

Is anyone from Colorado going to race the April fools race in Utah?
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