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Old 04-17-2012, 05:30 PM
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Old 04-18-2012, 05:14 AM
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ok so after 5 hours of searching and reading i still cant find a replacement servo horn thats not going to strip out in 2 laps.... can anyone provide a part number? preferably to amain, i have a rather large order ready, and would like to add this so i can get it here for racing this weekend....
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Old 04-18-2012, 05:32 AM
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Originally Posted by DCNash55
ok so after 5 hours of searching and reading i still cant find a replacement servo horn thats not going to strip out in 2 laps.... can anyone provide a part number? preferably to amain, i have a rather large order ready, and would like to add this so i can get it here for racing this weekend....
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I use the racers edge pro servo horn. But I don't think your servo would last...
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
I use the racers edge pro servo horn. But I don't think your servo would last...

whys that?
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Originally Posted by DCNash55
whys that?
Plastic gears....
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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
Plastic gears....

what servos do you recommend?
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Originally Posted by DCNash55
what servos do you recommend?
Hitec 7940 FTW.
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:57 AM
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Originally Posted by DCNash55
whys that?
The DEX410 has a servosaver so I think you will be ok with your servo, even if it has plastic gears.
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Is TD330022 for the Big bores or the small bores?

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Originally Posted by DCNash55
ok so after 5 hours of searching and reading i still cant find a replacement servo horn thats not going to strip out in 2 laps.... can anyone provide a part number? preferably to amain, i have a rather large order ready, and would like to add this so i can get it here for racing this weekend....
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I also use the racer's edge servo horn. Team Durango also has an aloy servo horn that should work well.
The servo I use is a SAVOX sc-1251mg, Low Profile. It is a bit noisy but works well. The small size also makes room for a transponder mount up front.
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I am using 10k mugen oil front and rear. 1 degree rear carriers and 1.2mm sway bar in the rear and the car is money.
what dirt surface?
traction?
was debating either 10000 f&r or 12000 f&r
what would be the difference?
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I have my transponder mounted under my front diff. It's stealth...
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The BLS451 has metal gears with the exception of the plastic primary. I've been using this servo in my 410 for some time now and have had no issues.

What's up Raul?
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Originally Posted by scurry
The BLS451 has metal gears with the exception of the plastic primary. I've been using this servo in my 410 for some time now and have had no issues.

What's up Raul?
Shane, how's it going... We now have parts support.. loving it. My 210 is completely different than the last time we raced. My 410 is almost there. How you doing?

Plastic gears in servos dont last .. you need a 7940.

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Originally Posted by Raul Garcia
Shame, how's it going... We now have parts support.. loving it. My 210 is completely different than the last time we raced. My 410 is almost there. How you doing?

Plastic gears in servos dont last .. you need a 7940.
Have you tried the Durango 210 gear diff at all. I was thinking of getting one now that they are in stock.

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