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Durango DNX408 - Fast enough to win the World Title.

Old 06-14-2014, 11:09 AM
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Is the integy a direct bolt on? Does it include everything you need besides the electrics?
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Old 06-14-2014, 01:45 PM
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Pretty much even a pinion if im not mistaken. The rcmonster kit is also pretty good albeit more expensive.
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Old 06-17-2014, 04:05 AM
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The venom kit is excellent, although hard to find.
Integy bolts straight on. Use lots of loctite.
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Old 06-17-2014, 05:57 AM
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Venom (Australia) kit was the best of the lot - has been out of production for a while since Venom/Redstar went out of business

If you are lucky enough to find someone off-loading one - grab it
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Old 06-18-2014, 07:18 AM
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Default DNX408v2-E and DNX408v2 roller & parts/parts roller FS

Completely changed brands and these need a new home. Both rollers have been raced only. The ebug has the RC-Monster conversion on it and a very stable competitve buggy. I actually preferred the DNX conversion over the actually DEX JMO.
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DNX408v2 elec roller $175 incl parts(has alum F/R M2c chassis braces





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DNX408v2 Nitro roller w/spare parts roller $150






If you are interested in all $300!!!!
Thanks for looking.

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Old 06-18-2014, 07:27 AM
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To which brand did you change? I also switched brands and so far I'm very happy...
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Gonna try Losi. I really enjoyed the Rangos but got a good deal on a 3.0 and just gonna run nitro only for a bit.
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Old 06-18-2014, 07:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Cajvol94
Gonna try Losi. I really enjoyed the Rangos but got a good deal on a 3.0 and just gonna run nitro only for a bit.
I had an 8ight.2 for a few months and was also very pleased with the car. Decided to sell it becuase of the imperial screw issues, since I'm in South Africa and everything is metric over here.

The only other thing I had to get used to was, that in order to change the diff oils there were way too many screws I had to remove in order to do it.

However the quality, durability and handling of the car was great. I believe that in order to have an honest opinion about a car you first need to try it! Enjoy!
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Originally Posted by ZA_Fourie
I had an 8ight.2 for a few months and was also very pleased with the car. Decided to sell it becuase of the imperial screw issues, since I'm in South Africa and everything is metric over here.

The only other thing I had to get used to was, that in order to change the diff oils there were way too many screws I had to remove in order to do it.

However the quality, durability and handling of the car was great. I believe that in order to have an honest opinion about a car you first need to try it! Enjoy!
Agree, plus Losi is one of the local favorites and plenty of support which is a plus because I need it haha!
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Originally Posted by Cajvol94
Completely changed brands and these need a new home. Both rollers have been raced only. The ebug has the RC-Monster conversion on it and a very stable competitve buggy. I actually preferred the DNX conversion over the actually DEX JMO.
Text 865/206/988eight
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DNX408v2 elec roller $175 incl parts(has alum F/R M2c chassis braces





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DNX408v2 Nitro roller w/spare parts roller $150






If you are interested in all $300!!!!
Thanks for looking.
FYI, dropped pricing if anyone is interested
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Old 06-23-2014, 06:34 PM
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Lutz showed that the new buggy has loads of pace at the ROAR Nats
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Old 07-18-2014, 04:17 PM
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Any word on the release date for the dnx8
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Couldn't be too far off - maybe just before or after the worlds?

Just hanging to see what the final product is going to look like (as I'm sure everyone else is)
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Cant wait till I can pre order one
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Originally Posted by wombat
Couldn't be too far off - maybe just before or after the worlds?

Just hanging to see what the final product is going to look like (as I'm sure everyone else is)
I'm sure durango will put enough bling on the next version to make everyone happy since the eye candy on all the durango cars is top notch.

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Looks isn't as important as handling performance, ease of maintenance and durability.
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