I did have the DEX408, which is the electric version of the DNX408 and I loved it. Had to sell it as I needed some cash at the time, regretting that now though.
What buggies are you using ?
Posted 11 June 2013 - 07:25 PM
like the 1/10 scene at the moment most the top manufacturers are changing the wheel hex size from 12mm to 14mm to deal with the latest brushless systems power it should have been done years ago but times are changing
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Posted 16 June 2013 - 08:14 PM
C stoke n now touch wood and dam she's a belter got a new 15t clutch bell today from the standard 16t and fitted that! I'm sure she's going to do great round the track if the driver is good enough lol bit sloppy on back end so diff oil needs re doing but hey ho as the man says rtr always need fiddling with to get right but she's a beauty
Posted 14 September 2013 - 04:57 AM
I've just bought the Xray XB9e off a mate. Can't believe the kit does not come with wheels or a shell. He keeps raving about the Team Durango DBX408b being half price on ebay, but I've always been a Tamiya/Xray man
Posted 14 September 2013 - 05:25 AM
That is a really nice buggy. First one I've seen. Any chance of some pics with out the shell? What electrics are you using?
Talking of photos, where's the pond? I guess it wouldn't fit on the wall!
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