Part 1 of the Tekno ET410.2 build had us building the three fluid-filled differentials. Because I like to get all the fluidy-building assemblies done early in a build, Part 2 has us jumping ahead a bit and working on the shocks. These are the same dampers as the .1 version of this truggy so they’ll look quite familiar if you have that ride.
On to the build.
Product: Tekno RC ET410.2 Competition Truggy
Part #: TKR7202
Recommended For: Guys who love to drive their competition rides full-throttle full-time!
• Steering Servo
• Brushless ESC/Motor
• Shorty LiPo Battery
• Radio System
• R1 Wurks Digital Low-Profile Servo
• Castle Creations Mamba X Sensored/4600kV Motor
• R1 Wurks Graphene 6000mAh Shorty LiPo
• Futaba 7PX
• Pro-Line Positron T 2.2″ Offroad Tires
Power Source: Electric
Length: 15.48″ (393mm)
Width: 12.6-12.9″ (322-330mm)
Wheelbase: 11.1-11.6″ (283-294mm)
Weight: 4.07-4.46lbs (1850-2025g)
Type: Flat with plastic sides
Material: 7075 aluminum
Type: 4-wheel independent
Shocks: 13mm Big Bore aluminum
Steering: Reverse dual bellcrank
Differentials: Large, fluid-filled (x3)
Bearings: Precision sealed
Gearing: 32P, optional pinion gears
Body: Lexan, cab-forward
Wing: Lexan, high-downforce
Wheels: Not included
Wheel hex: 12mm hex
Tires: Not included
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