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Old 05-06-2012, 07:56 PM
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So I, like many lately, have a V3 coming. I was lurking through some of this thread over the past few days, trying to consider what hopups are needed and which hopups are wanted. (I know....they should be one and the same) So far it looks like the Tresrey HD pins, P5 o-rings, TD servo crank, TD weight set (center/sides), Tresrey alum rear hex and 1*hubs and TD front alum hexes are the needs?

Have I missed anything? Gear box holders?

Wants would be that sweet looking Tresrey Red carbone chassis. I see the one on Cush's car and I feel warm and fuzzy inside. I mean that chassis is a work of art!!!
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Originally Posted by Ray Kindstrom
So I, like many lately, have a V3 coming. I was lurking through some of this thread over the past few days, trying to consider what hopups are needed and which hopups are wanted. (I know....they should be one and the same) So far it looks like the Tresrey HD pins, P5 o-rings, TD servo crank, TD weight set (center/sides), Tresrey alum rear hex and 1*hubs and TD front alum hexes are the needs?

Have I missed anything? Gear box holders?

Wants would be that sweet looking Tresrey Red carbone chassis. I see the one on Cush's car and I feel warm and fuzzy inside. I mean that chassis is a work of art!!!
That chassis is cool looking.. Needs are the diff hoops, servo crank, and maybe the rear aluminum diff holders, the rest is bling, but cool looking anyways.. The V3 uses different diff seals, and they seem to work better than previous versions. The weight set is would be a nice tuning option for sure..
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Originally Posted by flame56mx
That chassis is cool looking.. Needs are the diff hoops, servo crank, and maybe the rear aluminum diff holders, the rest is bling, but cool looking anyways.. The V3 uses different diff seals, and they seem to work better than previous versions. The weight set is would be a nice tuning option for sure..
Hoops added to the list. Forgot all about those, thanks!
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[QUOTE=Ray Kindstrom;10700078Wants would be that sweet looking Tresrey Red carbone chassis. I see the one on Cush's car and I feel warm and fuzzy inside. I mean that chassis is a work of art!!![/QUOTE]


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does the durango big bore shock part fit the Tresrey shock set? i want to use titanium shock shaft but i read the tresreys is 3mm is the durangos the same? thanks
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Originally Posted by hotdognobun
does the durango big bore shock part fit the Tresrey shock set? i want to use titanium shock shaft but i read the tresreys is 3mm is the durangos the same? thanks
That requires slight modification to the shock body and a few shims, just need to drill the holes a bit bigger. I know Raul did this mod to his set of shock, but I think he is using Kyosho shafts.
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Anyone know of these available from someone in the states ?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Team-AZARASH...item2a1aa1b36a
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First hard run on the Durango. Setup coming around. Tq, fast lap, track record. Poped turnbuckle off on a bad landing finished 4th.

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Originally Posted by Briguy
Anyone know of these available from someone in the states ?

<snip URL to Azarashi undertray protector because I'm a noob>
Can't help you there, but an alternative you may want to consider is Bugle Boy Racing's undertray protector. They come from Australia, and need to be used with a Bugle Boy bumper + screws for fitting on the DEX410.
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Originally Posted by Briguy
Anyone know of these available from someone in the states ?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Team-AZARASH...item2a1aa1b36a
Just order off Ebay. I ordered a body for my B4.1 and got it in less than a week. Pretty fast considering it came from China directly.

Also, if you're looking for an undertray, the JConcepts or Team Associated sheets work really well. However, the Azarashi tray looks like the B44 tray, in which you could velcro the body to it.
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+1 for the J Concepts stick on chassis protector. Just sold my DEX410r after 6 months of solid racing and the car still looked like new. Only one scratch on the bottom.
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can someone tell me if the 14mm hexes from the v3 will fit on a 410r.
i just bought the 410r and a 210.
want to be able to use tires on both.
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Originally Posted by subaru_tech
can someone tell me if the 14mm hexes from the v3 will fit on a 410r.
i just bought the 410r and a 210.
want to be able to use tires on both.
Yes they will. Since you own the 210, you can try it yourself. Grab the 210 rear hexes and slap them on the 410r front and rear.
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Originally Posted by subaru_tech
can someone tell me if the 14mm hexes from the v3 will fit on a 410r.
i just bought the 410r and a 210.
want to be able to use tires on both.
210 kit comes with an extra set of plastic 14mm hex's
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Old 05-08-2012, 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by san.
Yes they will. Since you own the 210, you can try it yourself. Grab the 210 rear hexes and slap them on the 410r front and rear.
I ran them on the rear of my old 410R. I had to add a shim between the hex and bearing as it bound up (the 410R has the older/smaller bearing/hub than the v3).
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