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Old 04-13-2012, 11:00 AM
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Originally Posted by wtcc
Does that mean that I cannot use this part:

Tresrey O-RING P5 (BLACK/8pcs) #TYS246
Nothing changed inside the diffs on the v3 (other than the rings they supply). You can use these, the Kyosho P5's or TD's DNX shock rings...
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Old 04-13-2012, 11:29 AM
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what weight oils are you guys using for big bores?, currently im using 35 front 3x1.3 and 30 3x1.3
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Old 04-13-2012, 11:53 AM
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
OMG, Page 666, on Friday the 13th


lewis - did you install the tiny shim on top of the bearings in the bellcrank when you rebuilt it ? Also I was building my new v3 last night and installed the wrong screw (too long) when installing the whole crank assembly and the screw was in contact with the gold Servo Saver adjuster which was causing binding.
yes i did install the shim on top i found it worked better without it but it had to much play. i stripped both sides down and the side without the servo saver seems better with a good clean.

however i tried stripping down my servo saver because i noticed there was a crack in the servo saver plastic and the servo saver tube snapped clean off in the servo saver adjuster nut! not good got to spend 30 on some nice aluminium bits
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Old 04-13-2012, 12:15 PM
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Originally Posted by lewis666
yes i did install the shim on top i found it worked better without it but it had to much play. i stripped both sides down and the side without the servo saver seems better with a good clean.

however i tried stripping down my servo saver because i noticed there was a crack in the servo saver plastic and the servo saver tube snapped clean off in the servo saver adjuster nut! not good got to spend 30 on some nice aluminium bits
Blimey, never heard of that happening. Well least you got it sorted even tho it cost you a few Hobby-tokens ...
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Old 04-13-2012, 12:28 PM
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
Blimey, never heard of that happening. Well least you got it sorted even tho it cost you a few Hobby-tokens ...
it was a bad idea using the durango red threadlock on aluminium it turns to glue
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:38 PM
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Originally Posted by dexon555
I've got a crack in my 1 degree v3 hub, used CA glue to maticulously repair it. I'm in the same situation, not even a part listed on parts page of website. Does anyone have the original V3 manual?
Dunno if this was posted previously, part # for v3, 1-degree Rear hub with larger outside bearing) is 340072. No listing of it anywhere online...
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:43 PM
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Even the Durango website doesn't know this part number...
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Originally Posted by wtcc
Even the Durango website doesn't know this part number...
I know..wacky aint it ? I'm building my v3 so grabbed it right off the parts tree for the hubs...

I emailed TD about it. will post if I get a response...
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Running at the J Concepts Indoor Spring National Series at Mike's Hobby Shop.

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Can someone tell me if the d-joint set (td210010) is for the dex410 or v3, or does it fit both?

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Originally Posted by Jpm1
Can someone tell me if the d-joint set (td210010) is for the dex410 or v3, or does it fit both?

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Disregard that, it fits both :-)
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
the jconcepts adapters for the b4 and b44 will fit.
thank's cm.stites
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Originally Posted by cm.stites
the jconcepts adapters for the b4 and b44 will fit.
Originally Posted by dtoni
thank's cm.stites
Will this change the offset (car width)? If so, by how much?
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rear stays the same i believe but it adds 2mm to the front i believe.

Originally Posted by san.
Will this change the offset (car width)? If so, by how much?
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Old 04-14-2012, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by san.
Will this change the offset (car width)? If so, by how much?
I'm pretty sure Raul runs them on his 410.
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