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Old 12-25-2013, 04:37 PM
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Hmmm, so about the weight issue and back to my problem about not having enough rear grip..... I am running a shorty inline, so I'm guessing I should really add weight to the rear of the car???
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Old 12-25-2013, 04:44 PM
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I've seen people talking about using 12mm hexs. What does that mod consist of bc I would prefer to use non durango wheels

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Originally Posted by vw addict
Hmmm, so about the weight issue and back to my problem about not having enough rear grip..... I am running a shorty inline, so I'm guessing I should really add weight to the rear of the car???
Yeah you might want to add some weight to the rear. The car was designed for saddle pack nmh's. Heavy batteries. So with a very light shorty pack your gonna have to make up for that weight loss. I run just the bottom rear weight on mine but was thinking about trying out a shorty and putting on the side weights again.
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Old 12-25-2013, 05:00 PM
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Originally Posted by smitty2802
I've seen people talking about using 12mm hexs. What does that mod consist of bc I would prefer to use non durango wheels

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I just run B4 rear hexes on mine. Doesn't require any mod other than clamping them on. The front is a different story. I just run the 14mm hexes anyway because I don't have any other vehicle that would transfer over.
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Old 12-25-2013, 05:11 PM
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Originally Posted by huzzler
I just run B4 rear hexes on mine. Doesn't require any mod other than clamping them on. The front is a different story. I just run the 14mm hexes anyway because I don't have any other vehicle that would transfer over.
That's cool. Thanks for the help. I've just seen people running 12mm hex and I just don't like to have wheel\tire orders from different places bc Jconcepts doesn't carry 14mm hex wheels

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Old 12-25-2013, 06:24 PM
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Last night I removed my running gear and installed all the upgrade parts I had for this. I traded it to my buddy so in the Christmas spirit I figured I'd get it ready and refreshed for him to drop his gear in and go.





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Nice ride.
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Old 12-25-2013, 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by vw addict
Hmmm, so about the weight issue and back to my problem about not having enough rear grip..... I am running a shorty inline, so I'm guessing I should really add weight to the rear of the car???
On dirt yes, on carpet there should be enough traction not to need it.
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Old 12-26-2013, 12:47 PM
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when do you think the v4 would be available? I hope very soon I have a race around the jan5th
its was look like the 24dec then 26th then the 30th of December now on amain and late on tower hobby
I see some of you have the v4 already that why I wonder
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Old 12-26-2013, 02:26 PM
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The only people that have a true v4 as far as I know is team guys. That being said all the v4 upgrades are available for those with v3's which could also be what you've seen. I could of had all the v4 parts if I ordered them all at once, I got most of the plastics in and recently ordered the center UJ's and will probably be ordering the dual slipper in the near future once I hear some feedback.
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Anyone got a list of all the part # to upgrade from V3 -V4?

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Originally Posted by zzztech
Anyone got a list of all the part # to upgrade from V3 -V4?

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TWO WAY SLIPPER SET TD210008
SUSPENSION ARM SET: REAR (Type B 1 pair) TD230036
SUSPENSION ARM SET: FRONT (Type B 1 pair) TD230037
MOULDED CROSS SHAFT AND GEAR SET (3 Diffs) TD310290
UJ MID-FRONT TD310426
UJ MID-REAR TD310424
Drive Shaft Rear 61mm B-Type TD310439
Drive Shaft Front 77mm B-Type TD310438
GEAR BOX SET: FRONT & REAR (HARD) TD310458
BATTERY HOLDER SET (LIPO) (TYPE B) TD320244
19 DEGREE CASTER BLOCK ALUMINIUM: LEFT 1pc TD330327
19 DEGREE CASTER BLOCK ALUMINIUM: RIGHT 1pc TD330328
HD HINGE PIN: REAR SUSPENSION INNER (52mm 2pcs) TD330405
HD HINGE PIN: FRONT SUSPENSION INNER (45mm 2pcs) TD330406
2mm HEX BALL M3x10mm (4pcs) TD330601
2mm HEX BALL M3x7mm (4pcs) TD330602
DIMEC X BALL END SET (BLACK) TD330591
SILICONE O-RING P-3 (3x2mm 8pcs) (S40 PURPLE) TD330609
DEX410 CAB FORWARD BODY SET (Includes DECALS & MASKS) TD402030
SERVOSAVER NUT : ALUMINIUM (OLIVE) (1pc) TD708015
SERVOSAVER SHAFT (OLIVE) (1pc) TD713002
TITANIUM NITRIDE FRONT SHOCK SHAFT (44MM) BLACK (2pcs) TD330257
TITANIUM NITRIDE REAR SHOCK SHAFT (52MM) BLACK (2pcs) TD330258
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Hello just picked up a v3 roller and I'm looking to see if someone could assist me in a unrelated project.


What is the distance from outer edge to outer edge on the rear hub bearing width.
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Hello just picked up a v3 roller and I'm looking to see if someone could assist me in a unrelated project.


What is the distance from outer edge to outer edge on the rear hub bearing width.
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