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Old 10-22-2013, 04:21 PM
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Good to know. If ever I can't get my hands on Vortex Wings, the Sweep will be the one I try based on your recommendation. I'll vouch for the Vortex. The lexan is pretty thick and quite sturdy. Difficult to cut because of it.

Who says Durango people don't help one another? :P
The sweep wing is slightly thicker than a jc wing. Pm me I will get you one to try. Would love the feedback.
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Old 10-22-2013, 04:34 PM
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Originally Posted by SUPERLOOPER
The sweep wing is slightly thicker than a jc wing. Pm me I will get you one to try. Would love the feedback.
Where can one find the sweep wings?
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PM sent SUPERLOOPER.
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Old 10-22-2013, 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by the incubus
I understand where you're coming from, really, but to call out everyone in the manor in which you did was absurd. One person gave you a smart alec answer so we're all jerks…

Is that really fair?

Here you go: http://www.advantagehobby.com/214622/TDRTD330039/


I posted the link to Advantage RC on the previous page and also wrote how they have the most complete parts support for the 410. Bookmark it so you always know where to go for parts, even if it's just for research.
My apologies. Thanks for the help. Parts ordered.
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Old 10-22-2013, 07:25 PM
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Originally Posted by triplesix
What are your feelings about the machined diff ring gears? Are they necessary in terms of durability? I recently bought a V3 and I'm running modified (5.5 to 6.5 turns)...
Thanks in advance!
I run a 6.5 and still have my original cast ring gears (2009). I did buy a couple of the machined gears and couldn't tell a difference. Make sure you have plenty of grease and the MOST IMPORTANT PART is go get the mesh/lash right. Personally I would spend my $$ on something else and make those one of the last things to put in your spares box.
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Originally Posted by Konich
I run a 6.5 and still have my original cast ring gears (2009). I did buy a couple of the machined gears and couldn't tell a difference. Make sure you have plenty of grease and the MOST IMPORTANT PART is go get the mesh/lash right. Personally I would spend my $$ on something else and make those one of the last things to put in your spares box.
+1, I am still running my kit gears also..And thanks for the advice a few years back Konich..
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??? I give good advice?

Better shoot some staples in those tires up there in MN eh!!!!
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Originally Posted by Konich
??? I give good advice?

Better shoot some staples in those tires up there in MN eh!!!!
yah sure, were indoors and loving it..
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Originally Posted by flame56mx
Where can one find the sweep wings?
http://www.sweepracingusa.com/10th-b...set_p_452.html

You can search dealer location on the site as well.

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Originally Posted by SUPERLOOPER
http://www.sweepracingusa.com/10th-b...set_p_452.html

You can search dealer location on the site as well.

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Cool, thanks..I just noticed the dealer section after I posted..lol
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Anyone else look at the Durango products page recently. Seeking lots of new stuff for the 2w and 4w buggies.

http://www.team-durango.com/parts.ph...t=&show=latest
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I am a little gun shy to ask a dumb question as I got blasted pretty good for the last one but here it goes.

If I change the hexes to fit B44 (AE) wheels are the B44 wheels and Durango wheels the same offset. Just trying to use current wheels and tires I already have from my B44 on this new ride.

Thanks.
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Originally Posted by goin2drt
I am a little gun shy to ask a dumb question as I got blasted pretty good for the last one but here it goes.

If I change the hexes to fit B44 (AE) wheels are the B44 wheels and Durango wheels the same offset. Just trying to use current wheels and tires I already have from my B44 on this new ride.

Thanks.
ya I don't know the answer but I am guilty of asking an annoying question or one that has been asked before... I think that blasting someone is a bad idea because it makes people shy away from trying to learn.

Anyways, I just bought a new V3 with a ton of parts and also the Borrego wheels, M3 Protons and Ions with AKA inserts from Amain... should all be here soon and I'm glad I finally get to ask stupid questions in a Durango thread haha

Ok heres my question... what esc/motor R10 Pro - VST 8.5T or get a cheap Hobbywing? Or wait for the RSX?
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Originally Posted by goin2drt
I am a little gun shy to ask a dumb question as I got blasted pretty good for the last one but here it goes.

If I change the hexes to fit B44 (AE) wheels are the B44 wheels and Durango wheels the same offset. Just trying to use current wheels and tires I already have from my B44 on this new ride.

Thanks.
I cant say for certain, but they should be very close. Maybe someone else will chime in, otherwise the only way to check is to measure them. If you have one of each wheel lay the hex side up and lay a hex driver across the edge of the wheel and measure to the inside of the hex to you tool. If the wheels are similar you're good to go, if not it may take some calculating. It's not an easy task, that's why most just run the stock wheels. Sorry if its not the answer you were hoping for, but it's all I got..

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ya I don't know the answer but I am guilty of asking an annoying question or one that has been asked before... I think that blasting someone is a bad idea because it makes people shy away from trying to learn.

Anyways, I just bought a new V3 with a ton of parts and also the Borrego wheels, M3 Protons and Ions with AKA inserts from Amain... should all be here soon and I'm glad I finally get to ask stupid questions in a Durango thread haha

Ok heres my question... what esc/motor R10 Pro - VST 8.5T or get a cheap Hobbywing? Or wait for the RSX?
R10 pro is a decent esc, but you'll want to run the fan. Rs Pro or Rsx is good also, and haven't heard much about the HW in 4wd. IMO 8.5 is a great motor for 4wd, enough power to be competetive, but not too much to get you into too much trouble. It'll let you get accustomed to driving it if you're new to the class. Once you get a feel for the car, then you can motor up, and break it more often..lol
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I switched to the hobbywing v3 120a a year ago.. it's awesome. One of the best esc's for a 4x4 buggy w/o a doubt, way better than the rspro was.. not even close. They have that new v3.1 stock one that is cheaper a little less amp but more than enough to do 8.5 range and it has all the boost and timing settings etc. Great deal really. the v2's will work as well but the v3's are worth every penny.
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