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Coming Soon – DEX410v4...The Evolution Continues !!

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Team Durango are very excited to announce the upcoming release of the next generation of the DEX410 competition level 4WD electric racing Buggy.

The DEX410v4 represents the next evolution of the platform that has already added an IFMAR World title, a European title, multiple National titles, a TQ at the 2013 IFMAR Worlds and a Reedy Race win, to its global success. Both dedicated club racers and Pro Team Durango drivers have found success with the DEX410 platform on a wide range of track surfaces.

With 15 improvements to the already proven pedigree of the DEX410 platform, Team Durango presents a top-level 4WD racing Buggy that maintains the rich heritage of the globally recognised platform, whilst providing the most up-to-date design developments.

The DEX410v4 is currently in production, and many distributors will be taking orders under the new kit part number TD102030.

Stay tuned for more details and exclusive images very soon.

Get closer to all the DEX410v4 news by hitting the ‘Like’ button over on our official Team Durango Facebook page now: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialTeamDurango

Learn about the race-winning heritage of the DEX410 platform here: http://www.team-durango.com/race-cars/dex410v3/

Sources: http://www.team-durango.com/blog/2013/11/04/coming-soon-dex410v4-the-evolution-continues/

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source : DURANGO

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Je suis encore une fois tés déçu par cette soit disant nouveautée, aucune évolution par rapoort a ce qui existait deja!

qu'en pensez vous ?

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ben en fait le v5 aura les étriers rouge!!!!!!!lol

en fait ,il ont juste intégrer les options du v3 comme le slipper two way,et juste des nouveau cardans,mais bon quand on connais le marché actuel,plus rien ne m'étonne,de la à refaire un packaging total pour une voiture qui n'a rien d'une nouvelle!!ça c'est gaspiller de pognon,il auraient dû rajouter juste un + sur la boite du v3

lolo

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ça c 'est une belle nouveauté les ingenieurs chez durango ils ont pas dut en dormir !

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en plus, ils m'ont copier les salauds.....remplacer le verrouillage des axes de fusées, par le même système que asso (vis de part et d'autre du triangle), une modif que je fait depuis plus d'un an sur mes durango.....lol, on est pas le premier avril pourtant.....ce n'est pas une nouveauté mais une blague..... pour moi le 410 reste un super chassis, mais l'année prochaine, je tourne sur tlr 22-4....

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mais l'année prochaine, je tourne sur tlr 22-4....

Moi aussi mais je garde un 410 au cas ou...

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ça reviens au même, il ont virer le serrage de l'axe dans la fusée.... j'en ai mis une de chaque coté car pas le choix, les trous étaient débouchant de chaque coté...

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ça reviens au même, il ont virer le serrage de l'axe dans la fusée.... j'en ai mis une de chaque coté car pas le choix, les trous étaient débouchant de chaque coté...

C'est de ça que tu parle?

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The front and rear slipper out-drives can slip independently of each other as they are not physically locked together.

They are held together by the screw, thrust race and spring assembly that runs through the centre of the slipper.

Think of it as a diff assembly but with no balls, just plates of friction material.

If you hold the front wheels of a car with the 'dual slipper' in you would still be able to rev the car up without it trying to smash you in the face, the rear wheels would still turn.

For most normal applications/tracks, the standard pads work fine on both front and rear. you can however tune the slip characteristics by drilling holes in the pads (reduces surface area) and since the pressure is constant between the plates then.

P=F/A => F=PA

Reducing area reduces the force applied to that 'end' of the drive line.

Typically, we have found a good balance is to drill a standard pad with 6 x 2mm holes equi-spaced. This works well on slippy floors where drive to the rear needs to be controlled.

Also, keep an eye out for different pads :)

Qqn a deja percé les siens?

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A part les cardans et le slipper, quels sont les différences entre le V3 et le V4?

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la carrosserie... Il faut lire un peu le topic quand meme hein...

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Bonjour,

quelqu'un aurait le prix du DURANGO DEX410 v4 ?

Merci.:slow:

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Il est si mauvais que ça ce buggy....Personne donne une réponse?.....ou une fourchette au moins...lol

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Peut-être un DESC410r v3 dans le foulée avec les mêmes évolutions :grin:

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Chassis: Team Durango DEX 410 V4

Motor: Orion

ESC: Orion

Batteries: Thunder Power

Radio/Servo: Futaba

Remarks - Reigning 4WD EOS Champion Jorn Neumann is defending his title with a completely stock version of his trusty 410 V4, the only options being to the car’s aerodynamics with a Pro-Line rear wing and a custom front spoiler attached to the original bodyshell.

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The TD Aluminium BB Shock Cap & Preload Nut Set R2 is designed to replace the stock plastic bottom cap of the Team Durango 1/10 scale big bore shock absorbers. The aluminium part not only looks better but the tough design of the cap also allow you to tighten the cap more for better sealing shock absorbers. Also included in the set are CNC-machined spring preload nuts that are larger in diameter. The increased diameter makes ride height adjustments easier, plus the design of the nuts add that "factory" touch to your ride. The parts are CNC-machined from 7075-T6 aluminium, come anodised and are a direct replacement for the stock parts. The updated R2 set includes redesigned pre-load nuts that are modelled after our popular Kyosho RB6 parts to make for ever better grip when adjusting the spring preload while the updated lower shock caps now cover the machined recession that is not used when leaving the shock boots off. This makes for an overall sleeker look and easier cleaning.

SPECIFICATIONS

- Material: Anodised 7075-T6 aluminium

- Suitable for: Team Durango DEX210, DEX410, DEST210, DESC210 and DESC410

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