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Old 03-29-2006, 04:26 PM   #1
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When is this due out?
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I believe june
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I believe when it's done

Why do you believe june?
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Old 03-30-2006, 08:07 AM   #4
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serpent makes a new car??

you have a really new,or it's not sure....some pics ?
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I believe when it's done

Why do you believe june?
I believe its already done and its being tested... Although this could be just a rumor...
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What are some of differences between the 710 & 720 ? Just curious to know.
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what makes y'all so sure it'll be called 720 ?
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Rumors rumors....
Serpent is always testing new stuff, maybe it's for a new car, maybe it's not.. you never know...
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Serpent is always testing new stuff, maybe it's for a new car, maybe it's not.. you never know...
how about 760?
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why not 711?! hihihih
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What are some of differences between the 710 & 720 ? Just curious to know.
1) No more using DRS arm.
2) pinion size down to 15 for the first gear.
3) two internal gear ratio available, one is optional.
4) lower rear shock tower.
5) higher front roll center.
6) new second gear system.
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1) No more using DRS arm.
2) pinion size down to 15 for the first gear.
3) two internal gear ratio available, one is optional.
4) lower rear shock tower.
5) higher front roll center.
6) new second gear system.
how do you know this? the car is not even out yet!!
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Whatever Serpent is doing, they better moves the rear shock tower a bit forward for their next car. The rear body post on Mazda 6 is so far back on the 710 is not even funny
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why not 711?! hihihih

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1) No more using DRS arm.
2) pinion size down to 15 for the first gear.
3) two internal gear ratio available, one is optional.
4) lower rear shock tower.
5) higher front roll center.
6) new second gear system.

Ahhhh... rumours rumours rumours...

I'll believe it when I see it in print from Serpent...
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