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Old 01-22-2013, 05:03 AM
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Anyone have some blank big bore pistons (4) they are willing to sell? Lmk thanks!
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Old 01-22-2013, 05:37 AM
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I found some pics from Hupos 2010 Dex410, and saw, that he was milling out some meterial in the inner front of the car!
I also saw this on the car from an austrian semi-pro driver.

Did someone trie that and what ar the main differences?
ok, to elliminate weight from the front, but does that have big changes to the driving?
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:05 AM
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Originally Posted by micholix
I found some pics from Hupos 2010 Dex410, and saw, that he was milling out some meterial in the inner front of the car!
I also saw this on the car from an austrian semi-pro driver.

Did someone trie that and what ar the main differences?
ok, to elliminate weight from the front, but does that have big changes to the driving?
They could be trying to reducing steering/grip a little, I know I have more than needed most of the time. They could just be looking for a better f/r balance and found that it was the easiest way to achieve desired results, why add weight when you can just take a touch away
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:06 AM
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Has anyone run a shorty lipo in their car ? If so how did you have it in their ?
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:30 AM
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Originally Posted by Briguy
Has anyone run a shorty lipo in their car ? If so how did you have it in their ?
I run one. I just put foam on either side to keep it from shifting. I posted some pics a few pages back.
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
I run one. I just put foam on either side to keep it from shifting. I posted some pics a few pages back.
Found it , thanks .
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
I have been running the +1 since they came out. There are ok, They look nice. I feel the quality could of been better. The bearings dropped right in and after running for two years have worn the hubs a bit more. Also the shims that ride against the hub for wheelbase has also worn the hubs quite a bit. So even more thinner shims are needed to take up the slop. I was toying the idea of just throwing the plastic TD ones on. Back when I bought the Tresrey ones TD didn't have the larger outer bearing. But hey it's just my .02
Thanks. Good info. I'll stick with the TD hubs for now.
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Always have a stare set of hubs on hand. I have been breaking them lately but it pretty cold at our track so who knows . . .
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Seem to be breaking rear outboard hinge pins lately. Anyone have the same problem or an upgraded solution?
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Originally Posted by Gump
Seem to be breaking rear outboard hinge pins lately. Anyone have the same problem or an upgraded solution?
My Son has done that also, lunsford makes some, and you can also get some from fastenal..
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Originally Posted by Gump
Seem to be breaking rear outboard hinge pins lately. Anyone have the same problem or an upgraded solution?
http://www.tresrey-usa.com/products/...7D8pcs%29.html
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Yes, Tresrey makes some. Team Durango has release their HD version but have not seen them other than their website. I use Lunsford Ti with good success and know you can buy pins in bulk from McMaster-Carr and etc.
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I have a Tekin RS Pro that is getting overheated with temps rising up to 158 degrees and my 6.5 Red Line Tekin motor temp is at 165 degrees. My gearing is at 87/21. What should I do to get the temperature down? Any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by kold blood
I have a Tekin RS Pro that is getting overheated with temps rising up to 158 degrees and my 6.5 Red Line Tekin motor temp is at 165 degrees. My gearing is at 87/21. What should I do to get the temperature down? Any suggestions?
Are you running an ESC fan?
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Originally Posted by kold blood
I have a Tekin RS Pro that is getting overheated with temps rising up to 158 degrees and my 6.5 Red Line Tekin motor temp is at 165 degrees. My gearing is at 87/21. What should I do to get the temperature down? Any suggestions?
How many leds are lit on the speed control?
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