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Old 12-05-2023, 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by RazorRC
FYI, the 17mm stub axles (TKR5569) Tekno lists as an optional part for the MT410 2.0 do NOT fit.

The holes for the pins don't line up and are too small -- looks like they were designed to be used with the CVA style axles (TKR5580) from the SCT410.3 and EB48SL, but the MT410 2.0 uses universals, so the SCT410.3 axles wouldn't work either (I don't think).
For TKR5569 to work you'll need to run TKR9588 or TKR9589 and use M4x4mm set screws - TKR1602 to hold in the pin. We're updating the parts description for all of these parts to make it more clear. We also have wider offset 17mm hexes from the TKR1654-17 kit that will be sold separately.
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Originally Posted by RazorRC
FYI, the 17mm stub axles (TKR5569) Tekno lists as an optional part for the MT410 2.0 do NOT fit.

The holes for the pins don't line up and are too small -- looks like they were designed to be used with the CVA style axles (TKR5580) from the SCT410.3 and EB48SL, but the MT410 2.0 uses universals, so the SCT410.3 axles wouldn't work either (I don't think).


Thank you for posting the videos.

Following the previous post, the driveshaft links are:
TKR9588 – Universal Driveshaft Set (f/r, 87mm, EB48SL 2.0, 2 pcs) https://www.teknorc.com/shop/tkr9588...8sl-2-0-2-pcs/)
and
TKR9589 – Universal Driveshaft Set (f/r, 86mm, EB48SL 2.0, 2 pcs) https://www.teknorc.com/shop/tkr9589...8sl-2-0-2-pcs/)
shown on the
"Upgrade Parts" tab for the MT410 2.0 on the Tekno RC website (https://www.teknorc.com/shop/tkr9501...-upgrade-parts).

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Old 12-05-2023, 03:18 PM
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The compatibility of the new driveshafts (e.g. TKR9587) with the 8th scale differential outdrives (e.g. TKR5114XB, TKR9114HD) is a nice feature over the SCT410.3.

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Originally Posted by Matthew_Armeni
For TKR5569 to work you'll need to run TKR9588 or TKR9589 and use M4x4mm set screws - TKR1602 to hold in the pin. We're updating the parts description for all of these parts to make it more clear. We also have wider offset 17mm hexes from the TKR1654-17 kit that will be sold separately.
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Old 01-12-2024, 04:17 PM
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Does anyone else have a build they can show their electronics.

I'm considering a 4268 motor, but curious about people's experiences in terms of power and space. I have an XR8PRO that I could use, or go to a completely different system (maybe EZRUN 4268 with the Max10 G2 (140A).
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Hereís mine with a standard set of 10th scale electronics.





I am very happy with performance using a Hobbywing 3665 motor and max10 esc. I think mine is 3200kv. I can run 4s if desired but even on 3s it hits 45+. Canít really keep the front down on 4s if thereís traction.
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Old 02-20-2024, 05:29 PM
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Does Tekno plan to release a real successor to the MT410 V1 , I still love my MT410 V1 and I am glad that last year I bought another MT410 v1 kit when it was still available . It would be nice to have Revised MTxx with the new buggy and truggy guts inside . Tekno Monster truck takeover for sure with this monster kit and I would be able to use all my 17mm wheels and tires.
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i wish they made it in 1/8th. i wonder if they plan to release a new mt in 1/8th
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So what tire offset and body do you run with this thing? Does old school emaxx tires fit? Really thinking about picking one up since selling my OG mt410 a few years back.
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