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Team Durango DNX408T Race Truggy

When Team Durango set out to design the DNX408T they wanted to create the best performing and best looking full race Truggy ever. While we can’t comment on the performance because we have yet to try one out for ourselves, we agree that it is a work of art!

Suspension Hangers
Heavy-duty machined alloy suspension hangers, front and rear, keep the DNX408T going, even on the roughest tracks and off the biggest jumps. The DNX408T loves being pushed, so push it hard and you’ll be rewarded with serious amounts of success!

When so much power is going through the transmission, it is important to ensure that the gearboxes are held securely in position. This has been achieved by having machined alloy bulkheads at the front and rear of the DNX408T.

Brake Bulkheads
For precise braking, under the toughest of conditions and the longest of finals, the machined alloy brake bulkheads on the DNX408T are perfect. Consistent and reliable braking is a must for any serious Truggy racer.

Shock Towers
Specially designed with ideal geometry options, the machined alloy shock towers perfectly support the 15mm big bore shocks. They look awesome too!

Spiral Cut Gears
A solid and reliable drivetrain is a must for any serious Pro level Truggy racer. The all-new, spiral design, machine-cut gears for the DNX408T, have been extensively tested for performance and reliability. Smooth and consistent, they give the DNX408T an internal beauty that compliments the amazing looks of the Truggy.

Suspension Tuning
As with all Team Durango race cars, our designers give you tuning and configuration options like the Pros use. Multiple positions for top- and bottom-shock location and camber links means you can fine-tune your DNX408T to any track.

Radio Box
The radio box has plenty of space for your chosen receiver, which means you can make your wiring as tidy as possible. The aerial is mounted to the part of the receiver box so that even when the receiver box lid is removed, the aerial stays in position. The DNX408T receiver box has a cool hinged door for inserting and removing the receiver batteries. This means that the batteries and receiver compartment are fully independent.

Fuel Tank
The pressure pipe is located on the lid, resulting in consistent pressure inside the 150cc tank. Also, the neck of the fuel-filler has been profiled to work with the Team Durango fuel gun (#TD390082) and other aftermarket fuel guns. Finally, the DNX408T fuel tank is made from a high-transparency material to make it easy to see exactly how much fuel is inside your tank.

Big Bore Shocks
Big bore and beautiful. Team Durango’s 15mm big bore shocks keeps your DNX408T planted, and with our optional shock spring sets, you can be sure to get the right set-up for any track and condition.

Dirt Control
Moulded rubber boots and splash-guards help you finish your race, even on the dirtiest tracks. Low-maintenance and reduced wear of CVDs and shock shafts are another benefit of being booted and booted.

Diff tuning is a big part of 1/8 nitro off-road racing, so like our DNX408v2 nitro buggy and DEX408 electric buggy, we made diff access super simple on the DNX408T. Not only are you more likely to get your diffs optimised on even the tightest of race schedules, there is no risk of upsetting your suspension set-up when removing and replacing your diffs.

Center Of Gravity
With a low COG (Centre of Gravity) and weight-forward design, the DNX408T turns precisely and quickly. It laps-up bumps and jumps and makes racing at the highest level look easy.

Source: Team Durango

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4 Responses

  1. Adrian

    Looks absolutely amazing. I’m afraid to ask, how much?

  2. Adrian, As far as I know they haven’t released a price on this kit yet but the DNX408 buggy is about $600 so that should give you a good idea what to expect. It may not be cheap but you can clearly see where all that money goes.

  3. Dave

    Wow, this truck does look pretty darn impressive.

  4. Macauley

    Ya but that price is 599.99$ really

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