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Old 10-16-2010, 11:05 AM   #1
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Just wondering is there another front end that i can use for the Serpent S120 Link pan car?

I was told that the CRC pro front end might fit. Is that true????

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Old 10-16-2010, 03:35 PM   #2
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You're prob not going to get the help you were looking for by posting here. Try posting this in one of the onroad forums (electric or nitro - I'm not familar with your car).
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Old 10-16-2010, 09:25 PM   #3
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Better yet, I will go ahead & move it there, no need to repost it....
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I believe Serpent uses a 3mm screw to mount the front suspension to the car while the CRC uses an 8-32 screw. The RC12R5 uses a 3mm screw but I don't know if the spacing is the same. BMI will be making their new front end for other cars but I don't know if Serpent is on that list or not.
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I need your help!!!

Just wondering is there another front end that i can use for the Serpent S120 Link pan car?

I was told that the CRC pro front end might fit. Is that true????

Thanks for the feedback.

Please email me at [email protected]!!

Much appreciated!!!!!

That is the only front end that will work with out modification to the chassis. Why do you want to change. The Serpent front end works quite well.
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chicky what do you do to get more rear traction without changing anything with the front end front is good but rear seems a little loose at times or too free
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