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Old 10-25-2016, 04:47 AM   #286
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Hello supra,
thanks a lot for your input!
Actually i couldn`t find anybody else who`s running saddle pack in it. So i decided to try it out.
We will see how it works this coming friday night. :-)

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Old 10-25-2016, 08:09 AM   #287
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you'll be quite happy with it. If durango would push Racing again this car could be something.
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Does anyone know where I can find on of these cars?
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Old 10-28-2016, 01:08 AM   #289
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Does anyone know where I can find on of these cars?
To anyone want but a DEX210F at a great price have a look here:

https://shop.strato.de/epages/617463...ts/11-TD102037

Tell me if someone will buy from them. It's a trusted website, great service.
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To anyone want but a DEX210F at a great price have a look here:

https://shop.strato.de/epages/617463...ts/11-TD102037

Tell me if someone will buy from them. It's a trusted website, great service.
Assuming my conversion is right, that means they are selling the vehicle in USD for about $219 dollars, thats pretty darn cheap, makes you wonder what is going on.
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Old 10-28-2016, 09:12 AM   #291
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Assuming my conversion is right, that means they are selling the vehicle in USD for about $219 dollars, thats pretty darn cheap, makes you wonder what is going on.
Conversion its correct.
They're selling at that price due to TD won't produce the DEX210F kit any longer as far as I am aware of.
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How much is shipping to the States?
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Old 10-28-2016, 01:11 PM   #293
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Conversion its correct.
They're selling at that price due to TD won't produce the DEX210F kit any longer as far as I am aware of.
wow
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How much is shipping to the States?
If I am reading it correctly, its 38 Euro or $41 dollars.
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Old 10-28-2016, 04:43 PM   #295
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Assuming my conversion is right, that means they are selling the vehicle in USD for about $219 dollars, thats pretty darn cheap, makes you wonder what is going on.
Hi Cain, nothing wrong at least...
Got mine from him too. Everything ok. Originally sealed kit and super fast shipping.
All that for about half price.

I`ve got my Awesomatix A800 Kit as well from him last year, when everybody was out of stock around here...

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Old 10-28-2016, 05:12 PM   #296
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you'll be quite happy with it. If durango would push Racing again this car could be something.
You`re right. It was quite ok for the first club race.
I was able to get about 4 Minutes of practicing some laps before the qualifying startet. No chance to get a feeling for the car. But at least i didn`t feel lost.

i`m running 10.5t with 87/21 and 30 bossted plus 20 turbo which has plenty of torque and more than enough topspeed for that small track.
There is so much rear traction with the saddle pack setup, actually i was permanently searching for on power steering.

Unfortunately the car feels and is heavy with the Orion carbon 100C 5800mAh saddles when you jump.
Or better said: when you land on the flat parts of the track.
I really didn`t like it that way.

The solution for me seems to convert it to shorty now.
Especially because i just had to charge back 1400mAh after 7 minutes race duration. No need to carry around 5800 mAh in Batteries!

While looking for a light setup, my choice of battery is the Orion Ultra XSS 110C 3200mAh which makes it loose 164g of battery weight. Maybe to wiring can be reduced some more, which will help again.

i`m excited to see that change...


cheers,
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Old 10-28-2016, 06:10 PM   #297
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Hi Cain, nothing wrong at least...
Got mine from him too. Everything ok. Originally sealed kit and super fast shipping.
All that for about half price.

I`ve got my Awesomatix A800 Kit as well from him last year, when everybody was out of stock around here...

cheers,
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Oh I don't mean he is a bad seller, I mean something up with durango in general.

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You`re right. It was quite ok for the first club race.
I was able to get about 4 Minutes of practicing some laps before the qualifying startet. No chance to get a feeling for the car. But at least i didn`t feel lost.

i`m running 10.5t with 87/21 and 30 bossted plus 20 turbo which has plenty of torque and more than enough topspeed for that small track.
There is so much rear traction with the saddle pack setup, actually i was permanently searching for on power steering.

Unfortunately the car feels and is heavy with the Orion carbon 100C 5800mAh saddles when you jump.
Or better said: when you land on the flat parts of the track.
I really didn`t like it that way.

The solution for me seems to convert it to shorty now.
Especially because i just had to charge back 1400mAh after 7 minutes race duration. No need to carry around 5800 mAh in Batteries!

While looking for a light setup, my choice of battery is the Orion Ultra XSS 110C 3200mAh which makes it loose 164g of battery weight. Maybe to wiring can be reduced some more, which will help again.

i`m excited to see that change...


cheers,
Marcel
Make sure you see how side to side weight balance is. If durango was more responsive I'd be curious what pack weight in general gives good balance.
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Old 10-28-2016, 09:15 PM   #298
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Anyone have any feedback for running 210f on high bite clay?
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Old 11-07-2016, 10:54 AM   #299
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Because the only carpet track is 2hrs away from where I live and the only race on sundays I will be parting away from my build and never ran 210F. if any of you is interested PM me. I will get home and take some pictures of the car to put it on the threads.
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Old 11-07-2016, 11:56 AM   #300
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Got a brand new 210f that I am starting the build on today. Can anyone tell me which setup I should use as a starting point. The manual seems to have 2 in it. One for Astro and one for carpet. I am going to be running indoor clay. Any advice or pointers on starting points would be greatly appreciated
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