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MT410 Build Coming Along

quadcells

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Sandown, NH
Tekno RC's
MT410
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Basher
Good Day,
I started my build last night and worked on it a bit more this morning. Stopped at bag 'I' (need to do paint a bathroom ceiling this morning).
I think I have settled on getting the Hobbywing XeRun XR8 1900kv sensored motor combo and leaning towards the Savox SB2290Sg servo.
Are those good for this rig? I'll be mostly running 4S and 6S once in a while, backyard bashing and stunts and some road cruising.
Still haven't figured out what tires to get.
 

Nicochau

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88
Location
Los Angeles
Tekno RC's
EB48, ET48
Driving Style
Basher
If (or when) I started planning on an MT410, I would probably lean towards such a setup too. I don’t think there is a lot of cogging on 4s, but who cares, i would use a sensored setup to ensure perfect smoothness.

The savox 2290 is a beast and should be plenty.

1900 kv motor is probably more of a 4s setup. Could run 6s with fans I guess. If you are leaning towards heavy 6s usage, I would go 1700kv.

Badlands 3.8 or Backflip LP (4s) are great tires. Wouldn’t go larger than that.
 

TBuggy

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707
Location
Seattle
Tekno RC's
EB410, EB48, ET410, SCT410
on the back of the receiver box, there is a little hole for the tube and a second one adjacent for a grub screw.
 
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13
Tekno RC's
MT410
Driving Style
Basher
Another question:
Where do you mount the receiver antenna?
There's a little slot on the back of the receiver box that I jammed the antenna plastic in to after I trimmed away a little bit of the plastic on the bottom of the antenna plastic to make it fit then I put a little screw in next to it hold it in place.
 

quadcells

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Location
Sandown, NH
Tekno RC's
MT410
Driving Style
Basher
There's a little slot on the back of the receiver box that I jammed the antenna plastic in to after I trimmed away a little bit of the plastic on the bottom of the antenna plastic to make it fit then I put a little screw in next to it hold it in place.
Thanks I see it. Funny I couldn't find that in the instructions.
 
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13
Tekno RC's
MT410
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Basher
I noticed in the instructions it says to put the lock nut connecting the toe link on top of the steering block but there's clearly a molded space for it underneath.
 

ZUMA

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37
Location
Chicago, IL
Tekno RC's
MT410
Driving Style
Basher
I noticed in the instructions it says to put the lock nut connecting the toe link on top of the steering block but there's clearly a molded space for it underneath.
😂 I just noticed that a few days after having ran it a few times. Was thinking about changing it but just left it the way the manual says to build it.
 

Amateurhour

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Tekno RC's
MT410
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Basher
X2 After I found that I was wondering how I managed to put that on upside down and had to double check the manual. It calls for it to be that way 🤷‍♂️
 
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13
Tekno RC's
MT410
Driving Style
Basher
X2 After I found that I was wondering how I managed to put that on upside down and had to double check the manual. It calls for it to be that way 🤷‍♂️
It doesn't make sense. Why would they mold a place for the nut to fit perfectly and then tell you put it on the other way? Silliness. lol
 

TBuggy

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Messages
707
Location
Seattle
Tekno RC's
EB410, EB48, ET410, SCT410
I noticed in the instructions it says to put the lock nut connecting the toe link on top of the steering block but there's clearly a molded space for it underneath.
That is funny...they got it right on other manuals.

EB48.3
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MT410
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It doesn't matter really though...infact looking at it now it would definitely be easier to stack the washers on before securing the link end.
 

Nicochau

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88
Location
Los Angeles
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EB48, ET48
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Basher
That is funny...they got it right on other manuals.

EB48.3
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MT410
View attachment 3276

It doesn't matter really though...infact looking at it now it would definitely be easier to stack the washers on before securing the link end.
I put the screw in from the top on the EB because it helps clear the smaller wheels. The screw head being shorter than the nut and screw tip.

It is unlikely to matter with 3.8 rims.

EB48.4 instructions:
3278
 

TBuggy

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Messages
707
Location
Seattle
Tekno RC's
EB410, EB48, ET410, SCT410
I put the screw in from the top on the EB because it helps clear the smaller wheels. The screw head being shorter than the nut and screw tip.

It is unlikely to matter with 3.8 rims.

EB48.4 instructions:
View attachment 3278
Looks like they couldn't make up their mind on how to install this screw, LOL.
Thats a good point on the "clearance" aspect for the buggy wheels.
 

quadcells

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Messages
38
Location
Sandown, NH
Tekno RC's
MT410
Driving Style
Basher
The build is done. Need to do the mesh and align the front wheels. And paint the body which I hope comes out good.
 

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