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    Team Durango desc410r electronics choice help

    I'm getting a desc410r in a little bit after the winter. I was wondering what electronics I should run? It has to be ROAR approved. I looked at a lot of options but I never ran any of them before because I always ran nitro and wanted to try something new. I Decided to get into competitive racing and plan on racing in Maine,Florida, and Alabama.

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    I'm not expierenced with Durango's but I would probably run a Castle or Teking system of some sort. I would also run it on Lipo.

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    Tekin not Teking

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    do not use tekin use castle for newbies tekin sucks balls use the castle or futaba
    Last edited by schumacher cougar; 12-21-2012 at 12:57 AM.

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    but still use a LiPo

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    Tekin is freaking awesome. At my LHS they do speedruns and set up a track and someone did 8 speed runs each time at 80mph with Slash 4x4 and the system didn't even get warm. My friend's Momba Monster heats up after 4 speed runs at 80mph. Tekin and Castle are both really great systems.

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    ya, castle is a good choice, for beginners (starting out in electric rc's). With tekin you need to solder a bunch of things and idk if u are comfortable doing that.
    If nobody comes back from the future to stop you, how bad of a decision can it be?
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    hope this helps

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    no i ment tekin sucks for beginners for older folks into electric it rocks but like rcman said tekin requires alot of soldering

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    Oh ok. I misunderstood you. Sorry!

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