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Forum: I Made This ! 02-04-2018
Replies: 16
Views: 1,776
Posted By rcjunky
you can laser cut aluminum ;) Our local laser...

you can laser cut aluminum ;) Our local laser shop has a 4000w laser that'll do 3/8" aluminum, and cheaper then water jet.
Forum: Team Durango 28-01-2018
Replies: 45
Views: 7,349
Posted By rcjunky
aren't patents good for like 20 or 25 years? Has...

aren't patents good for like 20 or 25 years? Has it been that long since it was dreamt up?
Forum: I Made This ! 28-08-2017
Replies: 2
Views: 1,387
Posted By rcjunky
From what I've seen in combat robotics, the...

From what I've seen in combat robotics, the Markforged prints are very high quality. I don't think the added fiber really makes a part more durable though as the failure is basically always going to...
Forum: I Made This ! 05-05-2017
Replies: 19
Views: 1,021
Posted By rcjunky
once you've got a cad model get it printed on a...

once you've got a cad model get it printed on a markforged printer with kevlar or carbon fiber in it
Forum: Team Durango 21-04-2017
Replies: 50
Views: 7,210
Posted By rcjunky
$20usd

$20usd
Forum: Team Durango 24-03-2017
Replies: 45
Views: 7,349
Posted By rcjunky
I never heard Kingstar owned the molds before....

I never heard Kingstar owned the molds before. Its bad news if they do (kinda odd though for something like this) but a lot of the Arrma 1/8 cars share molds with the durango 1/8 line, so I'm sure...
Forum: Team Durango 23-03-2017
Replies: 50
Views: 7,210
Posted By rcjunky
ironically I do. I'm out of 0/3's but should have...

ironically I do. I'm out of 0/3's but should have 1.5* ones still
Forum: Team Losi Racing 14-02-2017
Replies: 2
Views: 522
Posted By rcjunky
The arms are different as well, I think front and...

The arms are different as well, I think front and rear, so cvds may be different too. Not sure about turnbuckles. It'll be cheaper to just get a used truck
Forum: Team Durango 28-12-2016
Replies: 1
Views: 567
Posted By rcjunky
Aluminum dogbones with the steel outdrives seems...

Aluminum dogbones with the steel outdrives seems fine, many run this as the v1 outdrives were junk. Trying like 500k oil in the front diff might help and try other stuff to get the on power steering,...
Forum: Team Losi Racing 05-10-2016
Replies: 6
Views: 1,776
Posted By rcjunky
Would ya be winning to share how you held...

Would ya be winning to share how you held them/general set up? I'm said friend and have an idea, but always welcome to other possibilities
Forum: Team Durango 23-04-2016
Replies: 4
Views: 913
Posted By rcjunky
Just get the exotek bits and be done, I think...

Just get the exotek bits and be done, I think xfactory UK is there distributor
Forum: I Made This ! 17-01-2016
Replies: 4
Views: 1,017
Posted By rcjunky
then you want hard/type III anodizing for it to...

then you want hard/type III anodizing for it to hold up
Forum: Team Durango 08-01-2016
Replies: 58
Views: 14,332
Posted By rcjunky
I've ran my v4 on both dirt and turf. I'm still...

I've ran my v4 on both dirt and turf. I'm still on the original gears and run the center slipper just about locked. They will not fail you plain and simple
Forum: Team Durango 18-10-2015
Replies: 58
Views: 14,332
Posted By rcjunky
I believe thats exactly what the v5 is ;)

I believe thats exactly what the v5 is ;)
Forum: Team Durango 06-10-2015
Replies: 58
Views: 14,332
Posted By rcjunky
Any reason the nose looks so fat? I see no reason...

Any reason the nose looks so fat? I see no reason it can't be slimmed up a bit, there's a lot of empty space up front.
Forum: Team Durango 19-07-2015
Replies: 3
Views: 565
Posted By rcjunky
Yes, just get the steel ones. The aluminum axles...

Yes, just get the steel ones. The aluminum axles seem to hold up well even with the steel outdrives
Forum: Team Durango 21-06-2015
Replies: 22
Views: 2,190
Posted By rcjunky
I've heard the rdrc ones after handling due to...

I've heard the rdrc ones after handling due to there weight and rigidity. I would be buying the new v2 towers, the rear is much beefier, otherwise get the exotek 5mm carbon one
Forum: Team Durango 20-06-2015
Replies: 5
Views: 603
Posted By rcjunky
I think you don't understand the front pivot...

I think you don't understand the front pivot inserts, they are not for toe like the rear, but pivot width/arm sweep. You use the turnbuckles to set toe on the front
Forum: Team Durango 07-06-2015
Replies: 1
Views: 601
Posted By rcjunky
What currency? I think it retails at $449.99us so...

What currency? I think it retails at $449.99us so if that's usd, that is a good price
Forum: I Made This ! 21-05-2015
Replies: 483
Views: 118,565
Posted By rcjunky
it's almost always cheaper to buy then to build....

it's almost always cheaper to buy then to build. Running dex210 parts makes it easy to get replacements internationally as well.
Forum: Team Durango 14-05-2015
Replies: 2
Views: 555
Posted By rcjunky
Make sure it isn't hitting the front axles ;)

Make sure it isn't hitting the front axles ;)
Forum: Team Durango 08-05-2015
Replies: 6
Views: 699
Posted By rcjunky
Yup, the exotek ones are the way to go

Yup, the exotek ones are the way to go
Forum: I Made This ! 06-04-2015
Replies: 15
Views: 1,806
Posted By rcjunky
Shipping a decent sized box from the US overseas...

Shipping a decent sized box from the US overseas will be expensive
Forum: Team Durango 19-03-2015
Replies: 4
Views: 684
Posted By rcjunky
the plastic and unmarked aluminum are 17*, the 19...

the plastic and unmarked aluminum are 17*, the 19 and 21's are marked. That is the total castor angle. anything less then the 17's would be insane to try driving
Forum: I Made This ! 23-01-2015
Replies: 483
Views: 118,565
Posted By rcjunky
Can we see what you appear to be covering in the...

Can we see what you appear to be covering in the front hub area ;)
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