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Old 02-10-2014, 02:55 PM   #766
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Thanks for the quick reply. Will be order soon hopefully, money allowing
Cant wait to get it on the track
That deal is really something isnt it!
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Old 02-10-2014, 03:07 PM   #767
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Just an FYI I have been looking at the Atomik v2mr buggy. Looks nice
However there is very little info on it and I was wondering if anyone has heard anything.
I guess I am a racer on a serious budget!
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You may want to look in the for sale section for DEX210. All of the Durango 2wd vehicles share the transmission and steering system.
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Old 02-10-2014, 03:19 PM   #769
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Why is that exactly?
Just curious
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Old 02-10-2014, 03:23 PM   #770
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Also, I cant find any.
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Why is that exactly?
Just curious
Just shares some parts. Knowing the transmission on one gives you the knowledge on the other. It's why I had a DEX/DESC/DEST210 earlier.

Common for all 3:
Front C-Hubs
Front bulkhead
Ballcups
Steering assembly
Shock parts(excluding body)
Rear Hubs
Rear Hinge pin hangers(RF/RR)
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Also, I cant find any.
Get it used. Probably could find a roller for $125 or less.
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Old 02-11-2014, 08:52 AM   #773
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Just shares some parts. It's why I had a DEX/DESC/DEST210 earlier.
that's I like running same brand. My favorite two classes to race is 2wd sc/2wd ST. I was running both associated. looks like I will be running both Durango once tower gets off their duff and ships out my sc.
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Please direct me to a half way decent place to find a dex210 roller. I searched ebay and this forum but came up empty handed. Any help would be appreciated!
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But nobody has heard anything about the V2MR from Atomik?
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Old 02-11-2014, 02:47 PM   #776
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There were a few earlier. Don't worry, there's always more. No matter the car.

You may want to search for an atomik thread. This thread is pretty quiet. I think ST is just running less.
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Yeah I agree.... barely any ST fans out there anymore
I looked at the atomik thread...nothing even note able. Anyone who has run them doesn't anymore
Oh well.....
Still thinking about the dest210r.
Lots of people run them here.
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love mine so far. cant wait to get it out for second race day sunday. running way faster times than my old t4.1 and i still feel there is a more in the setup.

you running indoors or outdoors? big or small track?

for the price they got them now. hard to pass up.
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I run indoors and outdoors......indoor carpet, indoor dirt, out door dirt.
Carpet track is tiny and very tight, the indoor dirt is pretty large, same with the outdoor, but it has bigger jumps.
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If only they had the Dex210r on sale...... my tracks run alot more buggies than ST.
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