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Team Durango DEX210F Front-Motor 1/10 2wd Buggy Kit for High-Bite Conditions

Team Durango DEX210F Front-Motor 1/10 2wd Buggy Kit for High-Bite Conditions

With high-bite tracks becoming the norm and in some cases, ultra high-bite like astroturf, it’s no surprising to see buggies like this Team Durango DEX210F front-motor buggy coming to the market. Developed by Team Durango engineers and professional driver Travis Amezcua, this buggy moves the motor further forward than typical mid or rear-motor designs, giving the buggy aggressive steering and handling. Read below for official press news from Team Durango.

Team Durango DEX210F Front Wheel Drive 1_10 2wd Buggy Kit



From Team Durango:

With the DEX210F, Team Durango pushed the motor forward and lowered the center of gravity — so this buggy sticks to the track like glue, letting you corner faster and shave seconds off lap times.

The innovative Multi-Axle Driveshaft “squares up” power by allowing for different driveshaft lengths. The kit includes a medium-length 60mm driveshaft but can also accept optional 57.5mm (short) or 62.5mm (long) driveshafts.


  • Accepts multiple battery configurations for more handling options while conforming to ROAR regulations.
  • Features the Easy-Mesh motor mount, center driveshaft blade, oil-filled gear diff and other Team Durango 4WD performance parts.
  • Two center driveshafts supplied — one for a ROAR required saddle pack layout and one for the faster shorty pack.
  • Front and rear hex hubs accept any standard 12mm wheels.


Length: 15.75 in (400 mm)
Width: 9.9 in (250 mm)
Wheelbase: 11.2-11.37 in (285-289 mm)

TDRC0015 – DEX210F 1/10 Scale 2WD Electric Front-Motor Buggy Kit – $379.99


Updated: January 22, 2016 — 1:12 PM
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  1. It’s not front wheel drive; it’s motor-forward, aka half of a 4wd buggy without the front driveshaft for astro/carpet racing.

  2. Check the title, Front wheel drive 2wd 1/10 buggy kit. Check it out

  3. Thanks for pointing this out. I checked the press release again and renamed the title to make it more clear what this kit really provides you.

  4. FYI just added some images of this new kit too.

  5. Not really front motor design is it? A Tamiya XV-01 is a proper front motor. At best you could call this a mid-motor with 60:40 (or what ever) weight distribution.

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