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

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Updated: January 22, 2016 — 1:12 PM


  1. 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.

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

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

  5. It’s not front wheel drive; it’s motor-forward, aka half of a 4wd buggy without the front driveshaft for astro/carpet racing.

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