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Old 01-15-2011, 04:56 PM
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carbon fiber splash guard would be AMAZING!!!!!!
hell yea!!!!!
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Old 01-15-2011, 05:04 PM
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Does anyone know what the sizes you need for the turnbuckles so i can order some from lunsford,when i measured i got 4.84 front and back and 3.4 for steering so would 5mm and 4mm fit?i dont want to wast cash if it will not fit
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Old 01-15-2011, 05:21 PM
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WOOOOHOOOO!

Dnx ordered tonight.

Now for the patience game (a game that I am not great at).

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Old 01-15-2011, 05:24 PM
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Originally Posted by devnull
WOOOOHOOOO!

Dnx ordered tonight.

Now for the patience game (a game that I am not great at).

you got that right
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Originally Posted by transplantlife
you got that right
LOL... Too much in common brother.
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Old 01-15-2011, 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by devnull
LOL... Too much in common brother.
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If any one els is looking for one I have a spare nip one still has factry seal on box I'm getting rid of
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Originally Posted by O'donnell racer
If any one els is looking for one I have a spare nip one still has factry seal on box I'm getting rid of
why?
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Durango raid Losi, sign Fischer & James; Team budget now bigger than GDP of Belgium


2011 Team Durango Driver Signings:
Reno Savoya, Kyle McBride, Ryan Lutz, Jorn Neumann, Elliott Boots, Chris Doughty, Billy Fischer, Taylor James
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Old 01-15-2011, 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by rc ace
Does anyone know what the sizes you need for the turnbuckles so i can order some from lunsford,when i measured i got 4.84 front and back and 3.4 for steering so would 5mm and 4mm fit?i dont want to wast cash if it will not fit
Yes 4mm and 5mm turnbuckles.
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Originally Posted by Frank L
Yes 4mm and 5mm turnbuckles.

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Originally Posted by TeamDurango
Out of the box its one of the lighter buggies, final weight will depend on what engine, pipe, wheels tyres and servos you put in. We will of course offer options to lighten the car.
So how much does the buggy weigh ??
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I have some ideas on mods for the radio tray and so on.
Here is the first one.
I made an aluminum throttle arm and attached the transponder bracket to that.
I also cut my Mugen battery box and made some servo lead holders.
What do you guys think of mounting the RX on top of the throttle servo with tape , no radio box.
If I protect my lipo with alu tape, can I mount it open in the same position using velcro straps?

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Originally Posted by Manufacturercup
anyone running a LiFe RX pack? if so which one?
Protek from A-Main or Intellect.
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Originally Posted by Sam-E
So how much does the buggy weigh ??
Mine weighed 3370g with Savox servos, lipo and MTE Orion.
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