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Old 09-19-2016, 02:44 PM   #376
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As promised that's my car ready to hit tracks
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As promised that's my car ready to hit tracks
very nice paint job!
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What was the weight as it is in the picture ? Also shorty or saddle layout thanks
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What was the weight as it is in the picture ? Also shorty or saddle layout thanks
The race weight is around 1.8 Kg and it's a saddle layout.
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Rear shocks are shorter
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anyone using the VRP pistons on the dex410v5, if so what sizes did you go with?
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Hi guys,

From spain,Tomorrow comes my car, what configuration of batteries for carpet? Shorty or saddle?

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From spain,Tomorrow comes my car, what configuration of batteries for carpet? Shorty or saddle?

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I ran shorty and was quite happy with it. I also ran the ESC behind the motor however and then the other electronics centered under the driveshaft to keep weight centralized.
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I ran shorty and was quite happy with it. I also ran the ESC behind the motor however and then the other electronics centered under the driveshaft to keep weight centralized.
Thanks a lot Cain. My dex210f have your same configuration.
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anyone using the VRP pistons on the dex410v5, if so what sizes did you go with?
In my old Associated B44.1, I used vrp pistons, 2x1.6 front and 3x1.4 rear. 37.5 Asso oil front and 32.5-35 asso oil rear.
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thanks for the info. I wonder if those would work well for the dex410v5. I'll have to check again and see what is stock.
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As promised that's my car ready to hit tracks
Damnit! I wasn't prepared for all that. New I need a fresh pair of underoos! LOL
The 410 has always been so damn Sexy!
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Damnit! I wasn't prepared for all that. New I need a fresh pair of underoos! LOL
The 410 has always been so damn Sexy!
Thanks a lot
The 410v5 especially is so damn
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Travis left Durango.

Honestly I consider the brand/ cars a top of the notch but the current management is completly aside from racing way of doing. I remember when Durango was an EU Company fully commited to the racing, see past World winner, etc. I've seen durango cars all round tracks now I am one on few drivers in EU. The 1/10 off road support is very limited, parts etc.

The current company, Arrma , Hobbico or whatever has a business model that does not works for R/C racing way of doing .
I will be using my dex410v5 until parts will be available, but I will end up in the future with this brand if it remains unchanged.
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