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Old 05-18-2012, 09:00 PM
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[QUOTE=jackcarter3;10751342]
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This is how i did my rec. i have a lot of room for Esc

what is the black stuff that looks like shoe goo?
Shoe goo it's the clear stiff
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Old 05-18-2012, 11:14 PM
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Originally Posted by jackcarter3
can someone post a pic of their electrics? preferably someone running tresrey / speed passion and futaba rx. i dont see how it can possibly fit. kinda bummed on the size of the sp esc. any help would be awesome. dont have the time to cross my fingers and search through 700 pages of posts. if its easier to email me please do. [email protected].

thanks in advance.

Here is mine, it's not SP ESC but you can see how I mounted my Receiver. Not sure it helps you but just tossing out there.
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Old 05-18-2012, 11:22 PM
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is the v3 motor mount 25mm? i want to replace the plastic gear mount with aluminum but they only sell it in 25mm!

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Old 05-19-2012, 09:39 AM
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Is rs pro enough? Also what r good motors?
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Originally Posted by IRM616
Is rs pro enough? Also what r good motors?

The RS Pro is what this cars needs if you go Tekin, don't use the RS get the Pro. 1 of the biggest reasons I went with the RS Pro was the size since we are so limited on space.
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Rs pro, lrp RC spec, or Orion are all good choices. I recommend getting the smallest rec to make things easy for you. I prefer lrp or Orion out of the three. I have had tons of issues with the rs models.
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Old 05-19-2012, 06:27 PM
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thanks for the pics guys. gonna work on it tonight and will post a pic tomorrow if it gets figured out.
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so here are some pics. my buddy (jack smash) came over and we got it worked out. he is 'the man' when it comes to electrics. we shortened up all the wires and it came out really clean like my 210.
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Nice job!

Have a question:
Whats a good setup on tires/diff oil/shock oil for carpet?

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looking for a link to put on my IPAD for the V3 DEX410 Manual please

i have all the others on the ipad and want this one as well for easy of use at the track and ordering parts etc

anyone got a link to the V3 online booklet
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Originally Posted by hotdognobun
is the v3 motor mount 25mm? i want to replace the plastic gear mount with aluminum but they only sell it in 25mm!
Yes that's the mount you want. Works great, takes flex out of that part of the drivetrain.
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Originally Posted by DBL15
looking for a link to put on my IPAD for the V3 DEX410 Manual please

i have all the others on the ipad and want this one as well for easy of use at the track and ordering parts etc

anyone got a link to the V3 online booklet
Download it from the Durango website to your pc and then import it into iBooks or get the Evernote app. I keep all my manuals on my ipad, works great!

Look for the "in the pits" section on the team-Durango.com site and they have all the manuals there.
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Originally Posted by mcheroke
Download it from the Durango website to your pc and then import it into iBooks or get the Evernote app. I keep all my manuals on my ipad, works great!

Look for the "in the pits" section on the team-Durango.com site and they have all the manuals there.
yeh i have that one but its not the V3 model

its a bit different to the 2010 manual from what i can see
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Quick question. I am building my 410 V3 and was a bit complexed by a couple of things between the manual and the kit contents.
1. page 17, in the exploded view it shows a ring around the CVD pin, part number 310039. But it is not in the bag or the bag listing on the side. Has this been removed from the v3 kit?
2. manual states the use of gear grease, 390005. But I could not find it in the kit, and it is not on the ‘items required’ page. Is this an oversight on the manual, or is missing from the kit.
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Originally Posted by woodsy144
Quick question. I am building my 410 V3 and was a bit complexed by a couple of things between the manual and the kit contents.
1. page 17, in the exploded view it shows a ring around the CVD pin, part number 310039. But it is not in the bag or the bag listing on the side. Has this been removed from the v3 kit?
2. manual states the use of gear grease, 390005. But I could not find it in the kit, and it is not on the ‘items required’ page. Is this an oversight on the manual, or is missing from the kit.
1. Its on the gearcase tree. But they're a PITA to install and often split. A more common solution is some large heatshrink tubing over the whole end of the CVA used as an insurance in case the pin works loose. Make sure you use red locktite on those CVA pins.

2. Usually there is a small white disk/container of TD grease in there. Don't recall if I got one with my v3 as I've built a few TD cars so have a few of them on deck...
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