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Durango DNX408 - Fast enough to win the World Title.

Old 12-10-2010, 04:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike
Tekin would like to welcome Team Durangos Ryan Lutz to the team:
NICE!
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Old 12-10-2010, 05:34 PM
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Team Druangos lol.
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Old 12-10-2010, 10:00 PM
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Started the build today, very impressed with easy of use instructions, packaging and materials, this thing is built like a tank. A lot of tuning options and bling out of the box, the fit and finish, arms had to be rimmed and other parts trimmed to fit. Car looks and feels though.
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Old 12-10-2010, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike
Tekin would like to welcome Team Durangos Ryan Lutz to the team:

http://teamtekin.blogspot.com/2010/1...ryan-lutz.html
Great news Randy! Let us know something about the dEx408 work in progress I'm going to convert the DNX by myself(Tekin powered), but I'll buy also the brushless version as soon as it become available!!!
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NICE!!! Good choice by Team Tekin!!!
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Are there anything special about the TD wheels that come with the kit? Or is everybody just going to use AKA or PL??

Got my kit yesterday, starting the build today, can't wait, looks sweet!

Thx Tony from Waldorf rc for hooking me up. thx bro!

Edit: What are people using for diff oil..20k or 7k??

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Old 12-11-2010, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by Beagle32
Will you guys please post some pics of your new Durango DNX408's. I am interested in seeing some good pics of this Buggy. Thanks
See the all new kit page with plenty of photos at http://www.team-durango.com/race-cars/dnx408/
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The buggy looks awesome.
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What is the setup most of you are using? Ryan's world? Hupo? etc? Thxs
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Originally Posted by FMLinero
What is the setup most of you are using? Ryan's world? Hupo? etc? Thxs
Very impressed with the kit so far. Started the build tonight!

Looking for a good Set Up for US style tracks so I can fill the diffs and keep moving? Or is everyone following the Kit instructions?
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just fallow the kit setup, and tune for your driving after. One good setup is someones setup nightmare, we all drive different and need different setups.
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Well, the buggy went together great.. I'm still a little iffy about the Throttle linkage but I think I will like it.. I just wish my 20 minute paint job was better lol..
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Done...
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I seen the Durango 408 for the first time today... Man that buggy is sweet, Ryan lutz was wheeling the heck out of the rig at delta r/c's nitro winter series... I watched him remove the front diff without removing the front end. Makes me want one...
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Originally Posted by Teccmoney
I seen the Durango 408 for the first time today... Man that buggy is sweet, Ryan lutz was wheeling the heck out of the rig at delta r/c's nitro winter series... I watched him remove the front diff without removing the front end. Makes me want one...
+1 to that. The durango buggy looked very dialed today I agree the diff access is unlike anything I have ever seen. It looks very very easy.
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