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Old 10-30-2019, 05:29 PM
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Old 11-25-2019, 08:35 AM
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No car is perfect...but I have not driven a car that is this easy to drive and you can feel the setup changes right away after making them. Only thing I don't like is the toe blocks rubbing as we have some hard tracks here, and you have to change them and the chassis often. Other than that gear boxes, diff gears and plastics all hold up very well.
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Old 11-28-2019, 09:25 AM
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Thanks for adding that update. I was wondering what was going on with the D819 kits out of stock everywhere.
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Old 11-30-2019, 08:34 PM
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Regarding the RS version,

Does shortening the chassis by 2mm bring the chassis to the same length as the 817?

What's the advantage they are trying to gain by shortening by 2mm?

Do the diff input gears need revising?
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Old 12-01-2019, 12:29 AM
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Originally Posted by dcon View Post
Regarding the RS version,

Does shortening the chassis by 2mm bring the chassis to the same length as the 817?

What's the advantage they are trying to gain by shortening by 2mm?

Do the diff input gears need revising?
D817/817v2/819 are all same length. Rs is -2mm shorter.

e817/e817v2 is 4mm shorter then d817/D819

D819RS is the same length as e819 now

so the e819 is 2mm longer then e817/v2

Thereís a live video on hb Facebook of ronnefalk talking about car.

he said the gears donít wear as fast cause more contact patch on gears.


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Thanks, jersey - appreciate the detailed response.
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Old 12-16-2019, 03:32 AM
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Default Anybody running 43/10gearing in your D819?

How is different between 43/13?And if i like to try 43/10 what's spur and clutch bell should i run with?I lookking at 0.8 module 17/60..Any idea?I'm running stock 43/10 in my E817...My EP car is very easy to drive..so that's why i would like to try on my Nitro car😊
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Old 12-18-2019, 11:49 AM
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D819RS Preorder up here. Shipping out to you 12/20/2019 Only two left great time during the sale.
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Found M2C zero rebound emulsion caps. Not sure if I'll get to the track this weekend but I'll let you know how they did when I do. They feel great in hand.
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Old 12-22-2019, 10:29 AM
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Originally Posted by roblupo View Post
No car is perfect...but I have not driven a car that is this easy to drive and you can feel the setup changes right away after making them. Only thing I don't like is the toe blocks rubbing as we have some hard tracks here, and you have to change them and the chassis often. Other than that gear boxes, diff gears and plastics all hold up very well.
Are you talking about the a,b,c,and d blocks? yeah, they rub a little, but they will still last a long time. I use the DE plastic skid plates. It really makes a difference.
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Hi do you have size of the rx battery box ??? Wich one do you use ???l
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Originally Posted by maximax View Post
Hi do you have size of the rx battery box ??? Wich one do you use ???l
I use this one. Fits just fine.
https://www.amainhobbies.com/protek-...k-5162/p233427

Supposed to use this one.
https://www.amainhobbies.com/protek-...k-5171/p188054
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Thanks 😉😉😉
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Originally Posted by Lloyd16 View Post
How is different between 43/13?And if i like to try 43/10 what's spur and clutch bell should i run with?I lookking at 0.8 module 17/60..Any idea?I'm running stock 43/10 in my E817...My EP car is very easy to drive..so that's why i would like to try on my Nitro car😊
Leave nitro at 43/13 and make ur e817 a 43/13 also. Way better.
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