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This is a wiki page for the new and very interesting concept 4-X from Serpent. This is wiki is meant to develop and grow as more is understood about the car.

Serpent's Product Page - http://www.serpent.com/product/400030
The 4-X Development Story - Here

Manual - Here

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  • 401705 Spring white C4.4 4X (2)
  • 401706 Spring yellow C4.9 4X (2)
  • 401707 Spring orange C5.5 4X (2) = kit
  • 401708 Spring red C6.3 4X (2)
  • 401709 Spring pink C6.9 4X (2)
  • 401710 Spring blue C7.6 4X (2)
  • 401711 Spring purple C8.4 4X (2) = kit
  • 401712 Spring greenC9.5 4X (2)
  • 401713 Spring grey C10.9 4X (2)
  • 401714 Spring black C12 4X (2)
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Old 08-06-2017, 01:43 PM   #331
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If its not to much trouble can someone give me the dimensions of the spring in the 4x? I am working on a little custom project and was wondering if if this spring would work
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If its not to much trouble can someone give me the dimensions of the spring in the 4x? I am working on a little custom project and was wondering if if this spring would work
Don't have the exact dimensions but they are about 10mm long and they would fit over a normal shock shaft which is about 3mm or so. Much smaller than a normal TC spring.
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Don't have the exact dimensions but they are about 10mm long and they would fit over a normal shock shaft which is about 3mm or so. Much smaller than a normal TC spring.
Do you by any chance have a rough idea of the diameter
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I'll grab the spring specs after work. Pm me and remind me. Almost 45 my senility is kicking in. Lol
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Old 08-07-2017, 06:27 PM   #335
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Orange heave spring. 4.55mm od. 3.3mm id. And 8.9mm long.

Blue roll spring. 9.53mm long 4.75mm od. 3.3mm id.
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