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Old 09-18-2018, 08:23 PM
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Old 09-19-2018, 07:09 AM
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everything is up in serpent website, including photo and manuals
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The new S750 is at the US Nationals Joaquin Desoto jr.


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Fuel tank is one of the best in the market. Maybe a bit small but the most important is that it doesn't increase its size during use... At least not as much as others do... Basically all changes made to the car are useful, improve handling and increase "wrenchability"
Thanks Snake, agree that the fuel tank is one of the best in the market. I have no other issue except the under size problem from the last five 748, 748TQ, 748WC that i had. Dominic's car seems to be fine. But we have so many drivers with the small tank issue. Does anyone has any solution other than using a 30cm long fuel tube and an extra fuel filter to compensate the capacity?

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Anyone else think new bottom front and rear arms might be weak? Team Magic went this way in 2006 although one solid piece and they were fragile compared to old style arms (normal).
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Serpent Model Racing Cars - Product - Natrix 750 1/10 200mm gp car
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Very nice underbody airflow management....
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Folow the next weekend ENS. Greiner will drive the 750 as I have seen on his FB page so REDRC will probably show a chassis focus.
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Originally Posted by Overland View Post
Thanks Snake, agree that the fuel tank is one of the best in the market. I have no other issue except the under size problem from the last five 748, 748TQ, 748WC that i had. Dominic's car seems to be fine. But we have so many drivers with the small tank issue. Does anyone has any solution other than using a 30cm long fuel tube and an extra fuel filter to compensate the capacity?

NEW 750 looks awesome!!
using a long fuel tube to the carb does not help. It will only increase fuel tank volume for the first tank, but after refuelling you will only fill the tank and may not get the extra volume of the filter and tube!

if you really feel you want to expand the volume you need to heat the tank and push a bulge in it!
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Looks like Domenic is getting on well with the new car at ENS.
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Old 09-21-2018, 06:39 AM
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Long fuel tube will not add a lot. Calculate the needed length of a tube to get the volume of 1cc, thats 30cm with a 2mm bore tube.

Indeed heating and pushing some dimps from the inside is the only solution.
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Based on the mechanical layout. Looks like the 750 is going to be considerably lighter than the 748wc???


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Anyone ordered theirs direct from serpent.com ? It seems you can made orders on that site now
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You mean from this site:

https://www.serpent.com/xcart/

Usually once to the dealers, the deals are better.
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