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    Tekin_Tim

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    Durango differtial adjusting?

    Post by Tekin_Tim on Thu Jun 27, 2013 1:01 am

    Ran my first formal race in the Durango V2 tonight down at Maximus. Had a real hard time keeping the front end planted, it broke loose a lot and made it really difficult to steer. My servo is solid, Spektrum 60/30, and I had a little weight up front and decent goosebump tires. I woud have liked the rear end to be looser and the front end to be tighter. Im not sure how to adjust the differential. It is the V2 model so it has the centre diff but also the slippers. Is there a way to apply more power to the rear and less to the front? I seems when I adjust the slipper is adjust them equally and not independantly...any help?

    Tekin_Tim

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    Re: Durango differtial adjusting?

    Post by Tekin_Tim on Thu Jun 27, 2013 1:11 am

    Other details...Im running the Pro4HD 4300 nd RX8 gen2... if that makes any difference....
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    Re: Durango differtial adjusting?

    Post by Evolution Hobbies on Thu Jun 27, 2013 12:49 pm

    Think about changing diff fluid .
    maybe something like 7k in front and 5k in the rear .Just a starting point.

    Tekin_Tim

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    Re: Durango differtial adjusting?

    Post by Tekin_Tim on Sat Jun 29, 2013 4:13 pm

    Sounds good. Ill start there.

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