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Old 10-26-2012, 01:49 PM
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Do any companies make aftermarket bodies for this buggy??
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Originally Posted by Potoczak
Do any companies make aftermarket bodies for this buggy??
http://prolineracing.com/bodies/2012...r-body-dex410/
http://www.jconcepts.net/store/index...roducts_id=578
http://www.tresrey-usa.com/categorie...AINABULL-BODY/
http://www.bugleboyracing.com/index.php?productid=1
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definately vent your body
ive melted one with original TD pads also
brand new AVID bearings!
i put JConcepts SS spur gear and AE hd pads....priceless!
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Old 10-26-2012, 04:54 PM
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What upgrades would you guys recommend if I were to pick one of these up??
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Originally Posted by Potoczak
What upgrades would you guys recommend if I were to pick one of these up??
Only upgrades to get are..

Alum steering bellcrank.
http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD330311

Rear diff hoop.
http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD310208
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so ive had two race nights with this and absolutely love it. I think the gear diffs are broken in and im in the process of putting fresh fluids in. My local track is indoor, clay, med/high traction. I'm thinking of going 7k in front and 5k in rear. Will this affect steering, front traction, rear traction? i had 10k front and rear for the first 2 race nights. I know its a little thick but it was very plush. Im not a very aggressive driver...i prefer smooth and slightly slower driving rather than fast and aggressive.
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Old 10-26-2012, 10:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Potoczak
What upgrades would you guys recommend if I were to pick one of these up??
no upgrades required. run it stock.
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Originally Posted by Borik
so ive had two race nights with this and absolutely love it. I think the gear diffs are broken in and im in the process of putting fresh fluids in. My local track is indoor, clay, med/high traction. I'm thinking of going 7k in front and 5k in rear. Will this affect steering, front traction, rear traction? i had 10k front and rear for the first 2 race nights. I know its a little thick but it was very plush. Im not a very aggressive driver...i prefer smooth and slightly slower driving rather than fast and aggressive.
You might stay with your current setup. Lighter oil in front will make it more aggressive....lighter oil in general is better for low grip. If traction is good stay where your at. I like 10k fr/5k rr. I run indoor with similar traction.
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Originally Posted by Borik
so ive had two race nights with this and absolutely love it. I think the gear diffs are broken in and im in the process of putting fresh fluids in. My local track is indoor, clay, med/high traction. I'm thinking of going 7k in front and 5k in rear. Will this affect steering, front traction, rear traction? i had 10k front and rear for the first 2 race nights. I know its a little thick but it was very plush. Im not a very aggressive driver...i prefer smooth and slightly slower driving rather than fast and aggressive.

I have been running 10-fr/5-rr and it feels really good on similar surface. Car is really fun to drive, and easy to run race pace with..
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Thx fellas, I think I'll go with 10 frt and 5 rr. Can't race til next wind though......damn
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Would I be disappointed if I picked up the "r" will I end up upgrading the the v or can I get away with it?
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Originally Posted by ryanpatrickgore
Would I be disappointed if I picked up the "r" will I end up upgrading the the v or can I get away with it?

Yup... I would just get the v3 it has all the upgrades that you'd probably be putting on the r. If you don't care of the hop ups it would be fine to get you on the track.
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What about the older dex410 model? A few if them for sale around here.
Would I be netter buying the new one?

What are the main differences between the 2?
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Originally Posted by ryanpatrickgore
What about the older dex410 model? A few if them for sale around here.
Would I be netter buying the new one?

What are the main differences between the 2?
Posted this a few days ago. Compares the models. Hope it helps.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/11360602-post11304.html
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come on already, buy the v3
lol
I had the first gen R model
added aluminum diff hoops,machined gears and hinge pin holders, and CF towers along with weight set
hinge pin holders and balls for them to work and aluminum diff hoop and machined gears
its cheaper going v3 and you get BIG BORES and CF towers and newer roll center pill system
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