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Thanks for the reply. I've got a couple of options now. I have been reliably informed that Adam Skeldings A1 setup from the Durango site works well on carpet (by Adam), and fortunately for me, I have what I need to apply it to my Truck..

I'll let you know how I get on with it.. I haven't cut the inner and outer rows of spikes on the front tyres yet, as they are worn a bit and once done, there's no turning back.... But will be taking side cutters with me and will have no hesitation in choping them up if need be..
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could some one let me know how tight they are doing the servo saver,
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I have about 2mm of thread showing. Make sure you threadlock your servo screw - I found it worked loose very easily.
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Hi,Just wonder what the advantage`s are of running the longer front shock,
do you run the long shock shaft with it or is it just the team that its running them,
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Hi,Just wonder what the advantage`s are of running the longer front shock,
do you run the long shock shaft with it or is it just the team that its running them,
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I run the 29mm on the front of mine. The stock 23mm ones only allow the front arms to droop to about level. The 29mm ones allow much more droop and work really well if you run on a 1/8 size track or even a smaller track if its rough or has big jumps. The 29mm are almost a bit too long which is why the team guys are running the 29mm bodies with the 23mm shafts.
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thanks Culetto,ill get some for when we go outdoor
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could someone see if they can notice in my setup why coming into a corner off power,the car will want to rotate from the rear,the car is awsome everywere else on the track,its just the fast corners,as you back off it goes light on the rear,its not diving anymore and the front is really good,im running mini spikes,
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shocks,600td oil 6x1.3 kit spring,
middle on tower and arm,
camberlink outer middle,2mm washer on hub,
upper hole on hub pin,
thick antiroll bar,
7000 diff oil,


50,000 center diff oil

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4mm washers inside,2mm washers outside,45 losi oil 6x1.3 kit spring,
second hole in on tower outside on arm,
camberlink outer lower,middle on hub,
lower hole on hub pin,
no antiroll bar
2000 diff oil
2mm rear hinge pin holder,
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Old 18-03-2012
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because you have a really light diff oil rear compared to front i wud try 7000 front and 5000 rear and if that helps maybe try 10000 in both i run 10k in both in my buggy mite work for sc aswell but making the rear diff oil heavier should help your problem
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thanks,iv got 7k so ill stick that in instead of the 2k
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hello all a couple of questions,

1 - does anyone have a good base setup for this truck on a medium traction grass track?

2 - im currently running the out of box setup and i am noticing quite alot of body roll causing the truck to roll over if i turn the corner to quick. i am told from someone watching the truck yesterday that the front is too soft and could to do with a stiffer spring. i am thinking of gluing two holes of the piston up and running 4 hole pistons on all four shocks, would this make a difference?

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hello all a couple of questions,

1 - does anyone have a good base setup for this truck on a medium traction grass track?

2 - im currently running the out of box setup and i am noticing quite alot of body roll causing the truck to roll over if i turn the corner to quick. i am told from someone watching the truck yesterday that the front is too soft and could to do with a stiffer spring. i am thinking of gluing two holes of the piston up and running 4 hole pistons on all four shocks, would this make a difference?

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Here you go matey, only grass setup i found

http://www.team-durango.com/pdf/setu...g_05_06_11.pdf
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Default desc 410r v2 setup help

Hi I just bought a desc v410r v2 and was wondering if anyone can help me with a starting setup. I race on a clay indoor track that starts wet and then dries out with decent traction and I have a outdoor track in my backyard that is hard with lots of dust most of the time. Looking for diff fluids and shock wt mainly.\

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Check out the "in the pits" section on the TD website buddy. Loads of setups on there which I'm sure would suit your needs. Truck is awesome. My last meeting was on a hard packed clay track and the truck was sensational.
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Old 21-08-2012
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I looked at them but they were so different. I was thinking that I would put 10k front and rear 50k center and 60 wt front and 45 rear. The setups were so varied that I am not sure where to start. I am pretty new to rc and the kits I have built had the dif fluids and stuff layed out.

any help would be great.

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hi all

been trolling the net and just cant seem to nail down a good way to go with setting up my desc410 at my local astro track.... so many different opinions out there on diff oils etc etc springs but i m a bit lost..

the thing just looses the rear end under power on fast bends ...its like i can almost drift with the thing if i had the skills to controll it! cant go more than 1/4 throttle on a long fast bend or it goes!

track is astro, always damp, and slippery but had same issue when it was dry in the summer!

current setup
diffs.... 7 7 5
shocks front 42 dark blue
shocks rear 42 red
tyres dboots A multibite
tekin 5.5 550 motor
saddle packs
rear shocks laid down
fronts up a bit more

any advice or tricks would be great....

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What track and do you have the V1 or 2.
PM me your email addy and i will send you a set up sheet
I think your trouble could mainly be with tyres and springs
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