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Good question... keen to know the same thing.
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Awesome! You guys don't mess about do you!!!

Any plans for a 2WD?
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Did we get a confrimed cost on one of these and when are we going to see pics of Adam's car
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Having built it up, mind saying what space is like in there Adam? Is it low profile servo's only? Will most esc's/receivers go in footprint/height wise?
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Space is tight but a little bit of thought and I can't really see problems.
In my DEX410 I have a Pearl Evo, KO 2.4Rx, MRT Ptx

As for Servo, it's mounted the opposite way round. so depth of servo is no matter.
I've had both a normal size KO and small KO in there. I've gone with KO2413 as it's what I used in the D4.

I'll post Pics on here later just getting some shots done...
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This looks like a very nicely engineered car. Does anybody know the approximate total weight of the car and the front/rear left/right split with an average lipo set-up? Thanks.
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The assembled car shows the standard Losi-type pin-and-hex wheel setup, but on the Team Durango website you can see a set of four hex adapters. Is it possible to use HB/Kyosho wheels? That would make the car perfect in my opinion! No more wheel stripping!!!
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I would have thought that if the HB hexes fit over the shafts, then I can't see why not. May have to watch the width though.

I'm sure Adam will inform us.
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