Having brought you some teaser and prototype shots of the new brushless Durango 1/8th scale, the company have today released the complete details on the DEX408. It has been specifically designed for this class with careful consideration of the electric-specific weight distribution requirements, the DEX408 makes no compromises. In order to achieve optimum weight distribution (with a near perfect 50/50 front-to-rear), they kept the chassis narrow, whilst allowing enough room for many of today’s most popular electrics and electronics. With a narrow chassis design, the DEX408 is nimble like its smaller DEX410 cousin, and it is easy to wrench-on in-between races. The ESC has been centrally positioned on its own composite platform, opposite which is a smaller platform for your Personal Transponder. Specially designed hook-and-loop straps secure the batteries to the chassis via the all-new composite side rails. Easy-access front and rear differentials are retained from the DEX408s nitro brother (DNX408), as are the race-proven wishbones and shock absorbers while the composite spur gear cover has a dedicated clip to hold motor and ESC wires tidily.