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Old 09-06-2012, 06:43 AM
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Originally Posted by slow_jun
Drive shaft boots are not included, but the drive cup caps are, just buy them, they are effective way to keep the dirt out the cups and joints.

better using the shrink tubing, effective way to keep the pins where they are suppose to be.
Thanks for the help, i have ordered the shaft boots too!
Witch one do you mean with the "drive cup caps"? Sorry, i dont understand that!? (my english is not the best!)
Do you have a part#?
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Old 09-06-2012, 09:38 AM
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Originally Posted by micholix
Thanks for the help, i have ordered the shaft boots too!
Witch one do you mean with the "drive cup caps"? Sorry, i dont understand that!? (my english is not the best!)
Do you have a part#?
The outdrive has a plastic cup cap that you need to insert,thats were the boots slides in. Dont have the partnumber but if you search for the dex410 2010 specs,you will get it( also 410 v1 manual).
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Old 09-06-2012, 09:56 AM
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Originally Posted by slow_jun
The outdrive has a plastic cup cap that you need to insert,thats were the boots slides in. Dont have the partnumber but if you search for the dex410 2010 specs,you will get it( also 410 v1 manual).
Yes, i found it, it's in the gearbox set! Thx

Bought a new lipo and a rcscrews stainless steel screw kit at a shop close to my home, now i just need the car to start!
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Old 09-06-2012, 05:50 PM
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tekin rs with 8.5 ... it is enough torque/speed for him? Im thinking about wich one kit will be the better for me,,,
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Old 09-06-2012, 06:52 PM
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tekin rs with 8.5 ... it is enough torque/speed for him? Im thinking about wich one kit will be the better for me,,,
Your going to need an RS Pro. In general an RS will run too hot in this vehicle.
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Old 09-06-2012, 06:52 PM
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Originally Posted by qwkpony
Pic of the latest (hopefully last) electronics install on the 410. I challenge you to get a cleaner layout.
I see your electronics install and I raise you with:
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Old 09-06-2012, 08:00 PM
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
Your going to need an RS Pro. In general an RS will run too hot in this vehicle.
I ran all last season with an rs and a 7.5 in my 410 and never had a single heat issue. In addition, I just ordered two new rs's from tekin directly and invoice shows a 5 turn limit on them.
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Old 09-06-2012, 08:15 PM
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Originally Posted by jmackani
I ran all last season with an rs and a 7.5 in my 410 and never had a single heat issue. In addition, I just ordered two new rs's from tekin directly and invoice shows a 5 turn limit on them.
Ok dokay then, I stand corrected. Personally I wouldn't use an RS in a 4WD Buggy, regardless of motor wind. But thats just me.
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Old 09-06-2012, 08:26 PM
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Originally Posted by tobamiester
Ok dokay then, I stand corrected. Personally I wouldn't use an RS in a 4WD Buggy, regardless of motor wind. But thats just me.
I'm with you Toby... Speed Passion FTW .
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My 2010 spec got run over by a bus, but some things such as the titanium turnbuckles and a few miscellaneous parts survived.. what would be some essential upgrades with the V3 I should get? Probably gonna get the TD aluminum rear bulkhead braces, but other than that?

I have the Tresrey hoops and some of the bearings from the 2010 car. Which of the rear hub carriers should I get, they have 1' and 0' ones.

Thanks..
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Originally Posted by gene1219
I see your electronics install and I raise you with:
Gene- you're going to want the aluminum side pods to go with that CF chassis- without them there is too much flex and potentially a cracked chassis in your future. Cush has two full seasons on a Tresrey CF chassis and he absolutely loves it, and no issues at all with durability running the aluminum sides.
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Originally Posted by jmackani
I ran all last season with an rs and a 7.5 in my 410 and never had a single heat issue. In addition, I just ordered two new rs's from tekin directly and invoice shows a 5 turn limit on them.
It can be done with a RS if you have your ESC setup and gearing dead on correct . I have seen a lot racers burn up their ESCs though and surely wouldn't be recommending to use a RS .

FYI , due to today's batteries and motors Tekin changed the motor limit of a RS to 7.5 .
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Anyone interested in buying the D-Joint center drive shafts? New in package for $45 shipped. PM me
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Originally Posted by Jonny5
Gene- you're going to want the aluminum side pods to go with that CF chassis- without them there is too much flex and potentially a cracked chassis in your future. Cush has two full seasons on a Tresrey CF chassis and he absolutely loves it, and no issues at all with durability running the aluminum sides.
It's actually just a vinyl decal. I purchased it from autozone. It's really nice since there is a woven texture to it. That's how I ball on a budget
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Originally Posted by jjjheimer
My 2010 spec got run over by a bus, but some things such as the titanium turnbuckles and a few miscellaneous parts survived.. what would be some essential upgrades with the V3 I should get? Probably gonna get the TD aluminum rear bulkhead braces, but other than that?

I have the Tresrey hoops and some of the bearings from the 2010 car. Which of the rear hub carriers should I get, they have 1' and 0' ones.

Thanks..
Sorry to hear about the bus. You need nothing for the V3 in addition to what you already have. Buy it and race it.
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