Diggity Designs upgrade parts for Durango DEX210

Feb 13, 2012 No Comments by

While doing the test drive on the Durango DEX210 2wd 1/10th electric buggy at SDRC Raceway in San Diego CA, I was working with Team Durango driver Steve Butts, I noticed his DEX210 had some nice hop up parts on it. Of course I asked where he got all his trick parts and Steve said they were from Diggity Designs and suggest I try them out. Diggity makes an aftermarket carbon fiber front and rear shock towers, a battery strap, and steering rack. All the parts are direct replacements for the stock pieces and easily swap out and give the DEX210 a stealth look. All the Diggity Design parts performed exceptionally well on the track. The shock towers are extra beefy and can withstand crashes nicely. The front tower adds extra adjustment on the inner camber link positions over the stock piece. The rear tower adds a 4th inner shock mounting hole for extra soft dampening. Uber adjustability and good looks, what more can you ask for?  -  Joel Navarro



#DEX210-100 – Team Durango DEX210 – 4mm Carbon Fibre Rear Shock Tower. Improved air flow for rear wing and additional 4th mounting hole.

#DEX210-101 – Team Durango DEX210 – 4mm Carbon Fibre Front Shock Tower.

#DEX210-102 – Team Durango DEX210 – 2.5mm Battery Strap.

#DEX210-103 – Team Durango DEX210 – 2.5mm Steering Rack / Drag Link.

*Sources     www.diggitydesigns.com










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Joel Navarro fell in love with RC since the age of 11 with the Tamiya Grasshopper being his first RC car. Little did he know that the his favorite RC magazine back in 1987, RC Car Action, would be the magazine he works for now. Joel received his AA in photography and in addition to being a West Coast Editor for RC Car Action magazine, he is a professional wedding and portrait photographer in the Southern California and San Diego area. During the winter, Joel is also a snowboard instructor in Big Bear, Ca. Joel is active in the RC community and regularly races all over the SoCal area. His home tracks are SDRC Raceway, West Coast RC Raceway, OCRC Raceway, and parking lot racing in San Diego.
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