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Durango DNX408 - Fast enough to win the World Title.

Old 01-30-2011, 10:36 AM
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Originally Posted by rc_pro
Many problems in DNX 408
Recently I purchased the car 408 has traveled four days of track arranged
1) The vehicle began to develop many vacations at the front and back
Many costumes shock absorber parts
2) touching the rear brake carburetor
3) to put the engine has to rub parts
4) all servo system to prevent transformation Abishbil reported to deteriorate
5) exhaust and burning the touch of a battery box
6) not all suitable bell
7) created a large freedom of the turret back penis what should replace turret penis
8) Ahabmfr broken front
9) bulimia bar does not close all the way out of the house
10) Most Strterbux Car inappropriate
11) Red nut that locks the bulimia was opened many times and created Freedom Cup

Does yours have these problems if you have any solutions.
Is Mischa know if Durango working on solutions when they reach us.
Happy to receive ideas and responses
Thanks in advance
Originally Posted by t8rtot
This is a great way to run off someone who could provide valuable information as well as feedback in the future..

This thread, as well as the JQ thread, is becoming very LOSI-like.
Yeah your right,if anyone needs more info on back penis or the dangers of not securing your freedom cup please contact rc_pro or t8rtot
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Old 01-30-2011, 11:02 AM
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I'm sorry I'm impressed by Translator
But I do not see why not write down here all the issues with the car
And actually many of them
It's like trying to hide the problems
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Old 01-30-2011, 11:17 AM
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Originally Posted by rc_pro
I'm sorry I'm impressed by Translator
But I do not see why not write down here all the issues with the car
And actually many of them
It's like trying to hide the problems

If you read through the threads you will see that nobody's hiding anything as a matter of fact any small problems with the car have been discussed many times over,some people have had more problems than others but to me that seems to be more human noob error than car error.The car is a no compromise race car and any race car requiers attention,these are not RTR's if you can't handdle it then buy a tyco

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Old 01-30-2011, 11:19 AM
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Originally Posted by t8rtot
This is a great way to run off someone who could provide valuable information as well as feedback in the future..

This thread, as well as the JQ thread, is becoming very LOSI-like.
I don't mean any disrespect to the guy. I more than welcome the comments on the buggy. You do have to appreciate the humor in this though. Please don't take offense to my comments. Its all good.
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Has anyone put one of these on? If so, can you share a picture. I feel pretty dumb because I can't figure out where it mounts. I was thinking the bottom of the chassis in that spare hole behind the motor mount screw, but it came with button head screws.

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Originally Posted by rc ace
Yeah your right,if anyone needs more info on back penis or the dangers of not securing your freedom cup please contact rc_pro or t8rtot
I dont know who makes me laugh more you or Frank ....you guys must be a blast to race with
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Originally Posted by kaptain crash
I dont know who makes me laugh more you or Frank ....you guys must be a blast to race with
I try.

I did manage to bring home a 2nd yesterday with the DNX and a 1st with the 6T It was a good day. And that was with 13 buggys on our little track and 14 truggys. There were some Rickey Bobby talladega style wrecks. What a race. I think every driver got called for rough driving at some point throughout the day.
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Originally Posted by 3DRCRACER
I don't mean any disrespect to the guy. I more than welcome the comments on the buggy. You do have to appreciate the humor in this though. Please don't take offense to my comments. Its all good.
Don't worry, it is good stuff.

I finally got my Durango on the track today after work and being sick all week!
A new buggie and controller was alot to bite on butthis buggie likes to jump! The practice time was cut short because my steering servo fried out,4 years old, new one on order.
Great buggie team Durango, look forward to more track time!
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Originally Posted by jland
Has anyone put one of these on? If so, can you share a picture. I feel pretty dumb because I can't figure out where it mounts. I was thinking the bottom of the chassis in that spare hole behind the motor mount screw, but it came with button head screws.

Thanks
I am on the same boat! Definately, pictures will help a lot. Thank you in advance.
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Old 01-30-2011, 04:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Frank L
I try.

I did manage to bring home a 2nd yesterday with the DNX and a 1st with the 6T It was a good day. And that was with 13 buggys on our little track and 14 truggys. There were some Rickey Bobby talladega style wrecks. What a race. I think every driver got called for rough driving at some point throughout the day.
Thats great news....did The Car get first? I heard last week you where chasing his back bumper. Hows the outdrives holding up?
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Well a Durango took home 1st today at a local club race with some fast guys showing up, it's gonna be a very good buggy, should have mine in a couple of weeks!!!!
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Originally Posted by kaptain crash
Thats great news....did The Car get first? I heard last week you where chasing his back bumper. Hows the outdrives holding up?
Naw he didn't even show maybe too much Icecream. Or well there's always the alternative....



IDK but it's nitro challenge time.
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How about we move away from ice cream (keep that for special occassions) and have some discussions and posts on set ups!! What a fantastic way to get this buggie really performing and keeping it out the front

What set up works to get this car dialed!
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Originally Posted by waynej
How about we move away from ice cream (keep that for special occassions) and have some discussions and posts on set ups!! What a fantastic way to get this buggie really performing and keeping it out the front

What set up works to get this car dialed!
+1 on that, I ran may car today day and the rear end was kinda loose, however, that MF yeilded some fast lap times. I think I just have to change my driving style to fit this car. If you drive it hard it will bite you in the a*s if you can't hold on to it. One more week with this beast and I should have her dialed.

Another thing I realized about this buggy is how sensitive it is to tire selection. If your car is real loose don't be affraid to try some different tires, you will be surprised.
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Old 01-30-2011, 07:58 PM
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Originally Posted by rc_pro
I'm sorry I'm impressed by Translator
But I do not see why not write down here all the issues with the car
And actually many of them
It's like trying to hide the problems
Literally, a lot is lost in translation here. We'd love to help you with what issues you have with the DNX, as everyone here has been most helpful to everyone else.

Maybe it would help if you posted pictures of what you're having problems with.

But please, no pictures of the "back penis"!
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