The next generation of 2WD is here as Team Durango release details on the all new DEX210 buggy. Having stuck the prototype of this car in the final at last week’s World Championships in Finland, the production car is considerably different in terms of looks while retaining the same geometry and weight distribution of the car that gave Joern Neumann 5th place. The highlight of the car is the patented (pending) ability to set it up in 3 or 4 gear configuration in both rear and mid motor layout with the same gearbox. The cars backbone is the aluminium chassis plate, with moulded composite side plates, that can accept both stick and saddle pack battery configurations. Moulded composite shock towers, big bore shocks and aluminium FF and RR suspension blocks are just some of the other standard features.
– 3 or 4 gear configuration in both rear and mid layouts – with the same gearbox.
– Aluminium Chassis plate with moulded composite side plates
– Moulded composite shock towers
– Big Bore shocks
– Aluminium FF and RR suspension blocks
– Accepts stick or saddle pack battery in both mid and rear motor configurations
– One body for both mid and rear configurations
– Front end – Adjustable wheelbase, axle trail, caster, camber, toe angle in the kit
– Rear end – Adjustable wheelbase, hub toe angle, camber in the kit
– Dual pad slipper clutch
– Droop screws front and rear
– Captured CVD pins and over-size hub bearings
– Ball Diff as standard. Gear diff will be available as an option