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Old 01-06-2009, 01:41 PM   #4456
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24T 2 speed mid (802344) is the 2 speed main drive pulley.(installed on the brake pulley)
21T 2 speed side (803136) goes on the 2 speed shaft that drives the side belt
22T mid side (802172) goes on to the middle shaft (outside)
19T mid center (802169) goes on to the center of the middle shaft.
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Old 01-06-2009, 02:53 PM   #4457
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Duh,the 2sp stands for 2 speed.I have a 22t 2sp,couldnt I use that up front side or back side,why the 2sp designation,if it can go front or rear.I have that on front right now.Still not getting it 100%,but the list you gave me is 100% right out the box ,correct???Are the different pulleys other than stock only supposed be used with a oneway?To make overdrive??
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Old 01-06-2009, 03:25 PM   #4458
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Hi Guys..

Just to let you all know that the Serpent 720 '09 is in stock and already delivered to dealers.
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Old 01-06-2009, 05:45 PM   #4459
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sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeet !
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Duh,the 2sp stands for 2 speed.I have a 22t 2sp,couldnt I use that up front side or back side,why the 2sp designation,if it can go front or rear.I have that on front right now.Still not getting it 100%,but the list you gave me is 100% right out the box ,correct???Are the different pulleys other than stock only supposed be used with a oneway?To make overdrive??
The 22T 2spd mid is for the front side, and yes the list I posted is straight right of the box.
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Old 01-06-2009, 11:46 PM   #4461
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Duh,the 2sp stands for 2 speed.I have a 22t 2sp,couldnt I use that up front side or back side,why the 2sp designation,if it can go front or rear.I have that on front right now.Still not getting it 100%,but the list you gave me is 100% right out the box ,correct???Are the different pulleys other than stock only supposed be used with a oneway?To make overdrive??
That is the stock 2 speed shaft pulley from the 710.
THe interna ratio changed from the 710 to the 720 and thus the 2speed sidepulley changed.

If you use the optional 18t front belt pulley you need to reverse the side belt pulleys (21 on mid shaft and 22 on 2speed shaft).
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Old 01-08-2009, 12:06 PM   #4462
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I stripped one of the screws that hold the carbon piece on the chassis.I was thinking of tapping the chassis and putting new slightly larger screws in.I guess I would have to countersink the carbon piece more too.Maybe was gonna JB weld the one screw in place and never remove the carbon insert.This chassis is expensive,dont want to buy new one,anyone have the same problem,and how did you fix it??Thanks in advance.
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i would NOT JB Weld in a screw...you'll regret it sooner or later...a bigger screw would work OK..but this is IMO...
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Old 01-10-2009, 12:00 AM   #4464
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Well guys, Michael Salven has made an interview in which he talks about the design of a complete new car:

http://www.serpent.com/news/12625/In...el-Salven.html

We can just wait and see... ... Im pretty sure this new design revolutionize the designs of a 1/10 car...
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yup!....
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wait for Serpent new model 1/10
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I was just wondering if anyone had a good starting setup for the 301 track in md. I'm sure some of you have been out there before.
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720 and DJ apolaro win 2009 Winternats!

Congrats
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serpent does it again you go dj.
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congrats to DJ and to Serpent.....this is HUGE!...
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