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Durango DNX408 - Fast enough to win the World Title.

Old 12-13-2010, 08:57 AM
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Originally Posted by fullsyzz
My kit went together perfectly. No missing parts, no goofy parts, no problems at all. The fit and finish is awesome and the quality of the parts are up there with the best of them. Extremely pleasant build.
nice to hear, you will be even more pleased when you run it
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Old 12-13-2010, 10:26 AM
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this kit it awesome awesome awesome just finnished building it and can not wait to run it THANKS DURANGO the only thing i found was to add 1.5mm spacers to the back side of the brake discs helped for stronger braking
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Old 12-13-2010, 10:30 AM
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What is the weight of this car? With engine, servo etc. ?
I think Ryan Lutz's car at the worlds was roughly 3445Grams. I may be wrong tho.


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Originally Posted by shanem121
I think Ryan Lutz's car at the worlds was roughly 3445Grams. I may be wrong tho.


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I think they added a steal plate on the chassi for the worlds I read some where I could be wrong
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Originally Posted by O'donnell racer
I think they added a steal plate on the chassi for the worlds I read some where I could be wrong
I don't believe that would actually add al that much weight, seeing as it was recessed into the chassis.
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Old 12-13-2010, 03:56 PM
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new building review with a lot of pics on www.buggies.it

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Old 12-13-2010, 04:38 PM
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Ok guys got to say i was very happy with the build and quailty of this buggy!!!!! But on to the cst thing and weight thing! I am lost on he diffs! i have compare 20000 durango and 20000 losi and the durango seems to be alot lighter then losi diff oil!! I know the guys from durango said to drop a 0 and will be close but just doesnt seem to be right! Not saying I am a really smart but need some help! got shock oils figured out!!! Any help would be great! and maybe some setups for indoor clay cold sticky tracks!!!! In the mid west!!!
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Old 12-13-2010, 04:45 PM
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Originally Posted by losi8ight2.0
Ok guys got to say i was very happy with the build and quailty of this buggy!!!!! But on to the cst thing and weight thing! I am lost on he diffs! i have compare 20000 durango and 20000 losi and the durango seems to be alot lighter then losi diff oil!! I know the guys from durango said to drop a 0 and will be close but just doesnt seem to be right! Not saying I am a really smart but need some help! got shock oils figured out!!! Any help would be great! and maybe some setups for indoor clay cold sticky tracks!!!! In the mid west!!!
if you are talking of kit oils it are 2000 and 7000 , only wrong typo
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Originally Posted by losi8ight2.0
Ok guys got to say i was very happy with the build and quailty of this buggy!!!!! But on to the cst thing and weight thing! I am lost on he diffs! i have compare 20000 durango and 20000 losi and the durango seems to be alot lighter then losi diff oil!! I know the guys from durango said to drop a 0 and will be close but just doesnt seem to be right! Not saying I am a really smart but need some help! got shock oils figured out!!! Any help would be great! and maybe some setups for indoor clay cold sticky tracks!!!! In the mid west!!!
For some reason the Durango Oils have an extra "0" on them. So the 70,000 that comes in the kit is actually 7,000 cst.
Just start with 10,10,5!
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Mazzinga,
I love the Body Graphics and photo of the DNX408!
Very very cool!
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The fun begins today for me! I hope it fits me as well as the DEX410 does! Really looks like a nice kit so far. I will start out with the 10-10-5 setup for the diffs and see how it works out. Converting back from electric so it's been a couple years since running nitro what seems to be the motor of choice?
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Old 12-13-2010, 09:21 PM
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Originally Posted by mazzinga
new building review with a lot of pics on www.buggies.it

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Awesome work and nice review mazzinga, the body is really sweet
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Originally Posted by chirivita
Awesome work and nice review mazzinga, the body is really sweet
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What are the dimensions of the RX box? I would like to know what Lipo I can buy?
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Originally Posted by mazzinga
new building review with a lot of pics on www.buggies.it

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