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Old 09-30-2015, 09:38 PM
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...pic!
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...and my last one from the 2wd!
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Hi Laker67,

Here is the link to the official euros pics!
http://euros2015.co.uk/2015-european-championships/

But there where some more pics, you can not find there!
Awesome thank you!
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Old 09-30-2015, 11:14 PM
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Originally Posted by micholix View Post
Hi Laker67,

Here is the link to the official euros pics!
http://euros2015.co.uk/2015-european-championships/

But there where some more pics, you can not find there!
The new buggy is the one on the left in the pic of the above post. Chris chose to run the current buggy for the event.
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Originally Posted by micholix View Post
I would be interested in, if the serpent srx2 slide drive set #500376 would fit into the dex210, as the length of the dogbones are identical to the dex210?

Does someone have both cars for comparison?

Edit: I know the internal ratios are different, as the dex does have 20/52=2.6, and the srx does have 20/51=2.55, but maybe the dex ball diff gear does fit on the serpent out drives!?
Does no one have a info to this?
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I'll just throw this out there..

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So rad, look at all the room in that thing! I can't wait to get this thing on the carpet!
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I wonder when wil they be available in the shops???
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So rad, look at all the room in that thing! I can't wait to get this thing on the carpet!
stick the front arms shocks and diff from the 410 in and its the dex410v5
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More details on what Red RC calls the DEX210F

http://events.redrc.net/2015/10/chas...ravis-amezcua/
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stick the front arms shocks and diff from the 410 in and its the dex410v5
I bet the 4wd v5 will sport a similar chassis but with a 4wd front end.
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I've always loved this layout in 2wd. When I first saw the Team Azarashi Greyseal conversion for the B44.1 I thought it would be cool to turn it into a 2wd. Little did I realize at the time that Team C had already done it with the TM2. That car drives really awesome. It's very neutral, which is how I like cars to drive. You don't get the artificial front/back weight shift that you do with 3 and 4 gear setups. I bought my B44.1 with the intention of doing just this very setup using a B4 front but never got around to making the chassis. I was hoping this was the layout that the new car would have. I'm excited about it. If the inherent suspension geometry stays the same as the 210, I can easily set it up the way mine is done now.
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Yesterday i got my exotek mm rear bulkhead and flite top shaft and some other bits, like v2 front arms, v2 spring retainers, shelle bearings, ..., so my 210 is ready to rebuilt for the carpet indoor season now!
Cutted already a gearbox and fitted the new bulkhead.
As i have already some composit gears for my 410 line, i'll may buy an gear diff as well, to see if i like that, i was always running with an ball diff, yet!?
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Fred,

We started a discustion about HRC vs. LRC, back at page 1091, could we please grap that theme up again, as we didn't got the answer, or did i miss that?

http://www.rctech.net/forum/14084670-post16353.html
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Originally Posted by micholix View Post
Yesterday i got my exotek mm rear bulkhead and flite top shaft and some other bits, like v2 front arms, v2 spring retainers, shelle bearings, ..., so my 210 is ready to rebuilt for the carpet indoor season now!
Cutted already a gearbox and fitted the new bulkhead.
As i have already some composit gears for my 410 line, i'll may buy an gear diff as well, to see if i like that, i was always running with an ball diff, yet!?
I've been runnin my v2 on carpet for a bit now and have a pretty good setup for high grip carpet. If you need any help just let me know.
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