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Old 05-31-2013, 10:58 AM
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Ok sweet the lowest I have tried is 10k in front and 5k in rear and it seamed a little loose but I could have been my set up thanks for any advice!!
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Old 05-31-2013, 11:07 AM
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Originally Posted by SFutahrc
Ok sweet the lowest I have tried is 10k in front and 5k in rear and it seamed a little loose but I could have been my set up thanks for any advice!!
I'm pretty new to the car and I'm still experimenting so YMMV
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Old 05-31-2013, 11:39 AM
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Ya I'm fairly new to it also I have all the other durangos but this one is certainly different than the others
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Old 06-01-2013, 04:58 AM
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What aluminum servo horn are you folks using? I tried a TLR 22 but it hits the antenna.
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I'm using the TLR 22 servo horn also and I shaved the end down to not contact anything.

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Old 06-01-2013, 01:37 PM
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Does Durango make a new 1 degree rear hub that uses a larger outer bearing? The only one I can find is the old style that uses small bearings.
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These are the new 1 degree hubs with the larger outer bearings:

http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD330007

It's the same item number as the old ones so be carful if you order from an online store as they might still be sending out the older ones.

Another option is the Tresrey ones, only $35 for a set so its a pretty good deal.

http://www.tresrey-usa.com/copy-of-a...ex410-2pcs-v2/
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Originally Posted by shagino
What aluminum servo horn are you folks using? I tried a TLR 22 but it hits the antenna.
I'm using this racers edge horn. Fits perfectly with no modification.

http://www.racers-edge.com/product_p/rce10380b.htm
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Old 06-01-2013, 04:41 PM
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Originally Posted by 1slash
I ran Big bores for the first time today on my DEX410. Feels okay, One thing im not sure about is the setup. I was running Hupos basic shock setup and the front felt very very soft.

I run on a loose track and was getting a very big amount of oversteer. The rear shocks felt fine but the fronts felt too soft. The springs feel decent for the track but the shock oil must be too low. The rebound on the front shocks where too fast for a normal setup in my opinion.

This is the shock setup I was running and as far as the setup sheets go it appears to be what hupo runs on almost all off-road tracks, with minor shock mounting adjustments.

Front:
Spring: Dark Blue
Oil: 35wt
Piston: 4x4.1

Rear:
Spring: Light Blue
Oil: 25wt
Piston: 5x1.3

Any suggestions on a good basic big bore setup for a loose off-road dirt track would be great.

Thanks!
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front -
1.6x3
35wt
Dark Blue

Rear
1.6x4
30wt
Light Green

This is in the UK on a track with no jumps and it is awesome!!!!!!! but u mite need to go to 42.5 front 35 rear and increase the rear spring to light blue, i dont no y people run really heavy rear springs like dark green it aint gonna work as well as the setup i posted!!!
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Originally Posted by 1slash
These are the new 1 degree hubs with the larger outer bearings:

http://www.team-durango.com/part-inf...artNo=TD330007

It's the same item number as the old ones so be carful if you order from an online store as they might still be sending out the older ones.
Thanks.
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Originally Posted by av4625
This is in the UK on a track with no jumps and it is awesome!!!!!!! but u mite need to go to 42.5 front 35 rear and increase the rear spring to light blue, i dont no y people run really heavy rear springs like dark green it aint gonna work as well as the setup i posted!!!
Little things, or sometimes big ones, called jumps. Also, if you run the ballast weights the lighter springs don't work as well, for me anyway.
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Regarding the two-way slipper, when I first put it in, I didn't notice any real handling difference in the car and was turning the same lap times. I check the adjustment by hand every race, but after about two weeks of use I was leading the main and it decided to back itself completely off and the car stopped moving. Needless to say I have a two-way slipper for sale if anyone wants to try one, I wont ever run it again.
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Originally Posted by patrick
Needless to say I have a two-way slipper for sale if anyone wants to try one, I wont ever run it again.
I'm interested in trying it. What do you want for it?
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When mounting the Reventon Pro would it not be better to mount it 90 to what ive seen here and run a fan beside it to blow air through the esc?



I know space is limited in the 410 but thought it might run cooler
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Originally Posted by SFutahrc
Ok sweet the lowest I have tried is 10k in front and 5k in rear and it seamed a little loose but I could have been my set up thanks for any advice!!
Hi there, i just wanna check... when you guys mention diff oils, eg 10k, 5k like above, you guys mean CST right?

Thank you guys in advance.
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