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Old 06-04-2012, 08:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Panda-PR
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I totally messed up the original body trying to airbrush it, rookie mistakes over and over....
So, I'm looking at the proline 2012 bulldog and found also the gainabull, is it really worth $40 for the gainabull? Does it looks that good in person?
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It really depends on your track and what you are trying to get out of a body (more downforce, sideforce, etc.) Each of the bodeis are going to give you something different as far as a handling characteristic, also I find changing rear wings makes a large difference as well. I honestly thing the front shock towers really "block" any real "aero" affect.

I really think the best body hands down is the Azarashi from Japan, Its got a F1 style undertray, its wider, and is the best looking IMHO.

However my best lap times and finishes have been with the Gainabull and a Jconcepts rear wing. Its been a great combination on my small high bite track I run on.
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:39 PM
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Just fired mine back up tonite. Gonna see if they will let me run the Unser track tomorrow nite.
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Old 06-05-2012, 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by urismo21
What about anywhere in Australia?

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Try here mate, Bugle does top noch bods, with fair dinkum pricing
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Originally Posted by Badger5
Atomic Carbon in the UK do a carbon tub chassis for the 410, no side rails needed then. You can find details here http://www.nortechracing.com/ac/index.html

has anyone run the atomic tub stateside on indooor clay medium bite? wondering if it would be too stiff. wouldnt mind lightening mine up a bit. anyway, with the sterling vs. the dollar, that would be an expensive part if it didnt work. any thoughts?
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Mr_cool
building v3 and the big bores seem to be touching/rubbing the front axles i rechecked everything and everything is build to instructions...anyone have this problem?


so what i did was add spacers to move it up more so the spring/bottom spring holder wont get all chewed up from the axles when runnin..
I use plastic shim that come with the kit (390024, no.2) to space it out, I think that is one of the reason why it come with the kit.
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:31 AM
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Yeah your fix is just fine. Run it!
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Originally Posted by Mr_cool
building v3 and the big bores seem to be touching/rubbing the front axles i rechecked everything and everything is build to instructions...anyone have this problem?

so what i did was add spacers to move it up more so the spring/bottom spring holder wont get all chewed up from the axles when runnin..
Originally Posted by GodOfWar
I use plastic shim that come with the kit (390024, no.2) to space it out, I think that is one of the reason why it come with the kit.
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Yeah your fix is just fine. Run it!
Like GoW, I use one plastic shim that comes with the kit and it's perfect. Four is a bit much, IMO.
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:22 AM
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Originally Posted by san.
Like GoW, I use one plastic shim that comes with the kit and it's perfect. Four is a bit much, IMO.
Yeah thanks guys still have not ran yet..I'll check out the spare parts..yeah 4 spacers did look at bit too much maybe 2/3..man electronics are very tight fit in this buggy..

I have a 6.5 motor and what pinoin gear you guys using? Also 6.5 over kill for this buggy? Will be using this for track use only no bashing..I would like to know what gearing that way I can drop a tooth down if 6.5 will get too hot..

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Hey guys, selling another 410

http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...rey-parts.html
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I am running a Futaba r604fs. What ESC can i fit in as well.

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Originally Posted by urismo21
I am running a Futaba r604fs. What ESC can i fit in as well.

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The smallest one you can find! I believe that might be the Tekin RS Pro. I run Futaba stuff and use their small Rx (614FF) and have the Orion R10 Pro and had a tough time fitting everything together. The Rx is standing on its end . . .
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Originally Posted by urismo21
I am running a Futaba r604fs. What ESC can i fit in as well.

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I have the same receiver, but I bought the Frsky Tfr4 and it`s a great match with the Hobbywing Xerun 120a esc regarding space
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I run an RS Pro and a KO Propo K409s Rx, perfect fit. The Spektrum 3500 Rx also works well with RS Pro.
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Originally Posted by urismo21
I am running a Futaba r604fs. What ESC can i fit in as well.

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look at my wiring. i think i posted pics on page 693. i run that esc and the sp v3. its tight but you can run it and have it look clean. a lot of 410's you see look like birds nests as far as the wiring goes. i did shorten up all my wires.
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Originally Posted by Mr_cool
Yeah thanks guys still have not ran yet..I'll check out the spare parts..yeah 4 spacers did look at bit too much maybe 2/3..man electronics are very tight fit in this buggy..

I have a 6.5 motor and what pinoin gear you guys using? Also 6.5 over kill for this buggy? Will be using this for track use only no bashing..I would like to know what gearing that way I can drop a tooth down if 6.5 will get too hot..

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21 or 22 mate will work just check temps

If your running a rcpro then run in duel mode as it reduces heat
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