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Old 11-18-2020, 11:59 PM
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I love how when you try and look this up on serpents site, you find nothing. PN SER804013

Yet its on Serpent Americas site with no info and dps-rc.eu as well with little to no info...

Time for Serpent to reinvest in their website
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I donít get why have an e version. If want to run electric Touring car run the normal 190mm chassis's. Again a case of too many classes
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I donít get why have an e version. If want to run electric Touring car run the normal 190mm chassis's. Again a case of too many classes
I feel the same way about the infinity 235mm nitro car .
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I guess they wanted to update the 748e? But yeah, I kind of agree with the comment above - not sure why they would put the effort into a non-standard class... Unless the 748e sold amazingly well somewhere.
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I guess they wanted to update the 748e? But yeah, I kind of agree with the comment above - not sure why they would put the effort into a non-standard class... Unless the 748e sold amazingly well somewhere.
Actually it does. The s748e sells extremely well in the US drag race scene. Hence the wheelybar. We tend to forget there are many more outside our Ďrace sceneí than in it. So kudoís to Serpent for catering to these guys!
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Originally Posted by e.readytorace View Post
I feel the same way about the infinity 235mm nitro car .

here in the uk we have a 220mm class itís 200mm cars with wider tyres and wedge style shells itís more popular entry at nationals than 200mm touring and look more fun to drive
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That price though...
Guess it is only a placeholder.
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Catering to the Guys that otherwise destroy (disgrace) 1:8 IC & 200mm IC cars it seems now....
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Damn.... anyone want a 748e???
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Originally Posted by 1/8 IC Fan View Post
Catering to the Guys that otherwise destroy (disgrace) 1:8 IC & 200mm IC cars it seems now....
Iím offended
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Actually it does. The s748e sells extremely well in the US drag race scene. Hence the wheelybar. We tend to forget there are many more outside our Ďrace sceneí than in it. So kudoís to Serpent for catering to these guys!
Well, like I said, if thereís a market for it then by all means! If it continues strengthening the Serpent brand, so be it. 👍🏼
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guess my hunch was right....

The 750E Natrix is the latest electric version of the 750 from Serpent. With the technology development in electric racing over recent years that has led to massive power, especially in the popular dragster class in the US, the power going through the transmission is extreme. The 750E is designed to take care of that power and put it down as effectively as possible. Based on the ultra-successful 750 gas racer it shares it’s suspension, shocks and quite a lot of other features like the chassis plate and driveshafts. A new battery plate for the double LiPo packs and an updated top deck for the electronics are the most visible differences between it and the nitro powered version, with the other main changes are the motor mount and pinion/spur gear assembly.

from: https://www.serpent.com/xcart/cart.p...category_id=47
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