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Old 12-30-2004, 03:30 PM   #19201
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Exact quote from EFRA rules is:

"The crankshaft hole shall have a maximum diameter of 7.00mm at its end. The hole can be finished with a continuous unbroken chamfer with a maximum width of 0.50mm, if this is required for manufacturing purposes at the crank web end"
(Crankshaft drawing equal to one on page 141 for the 1/10 IC Track Class).

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ah, that's what I meant....

Where can I get the EFRA rules, or rule book? Do you have a link?
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Old 12-30-2004, 03:31 PM   #19202
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I used the old Sirio based Collari last race season and this thing is FAST!! The only complainent I had on this motor was the sirio carb...it didn't want to hold a tune. I wounder if this new Collari will interchage parts with the old.....I guess we're have to see. Dose anyone have a part listing??
Punisher, I saw somewhere Grinder said that the new Sirio carbs are now fine. He is also modifying these now.
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Old 12-30-2004, 04:52 PM   #19203
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I used the old Sirio based Collari last race season and this thing is FAST!! The only complainent I had on this motor was the sirio carb...it didn't want to hold a tune. I wounder if this new Collari will interchage parts with the old.....I guess we're have to see. Dose anyone have a part listing??
Yes all internal parts and carburator from new Collari engines will be direct fit....except crakcase and cooling head.

Get in touch with their reps. in USA
www.werksracing.com
They have a parts listing.

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Old 12-30-2004, 05:02 PM   #19204
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ah, that's what I meant....

Where can I get the EFRA rules, or rule book? Do you have a link?
Go here http://www.efra.se/

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Old 01-01-2005, 11:21 PM   #19205
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check out my serpent 710 and a huge amount of parts for sale.

the 710 is a highly modified version with modified clutch, lay down throttle servo, and team magic style steering servo.

serpent 710 for sale on ebay. bid away!

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also for sale a MASSIVE serpent 710 parts package.

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Go here http://www.efra.se/

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AFM thanks ... found it.
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Default ok, enough with the mugen

Hi guys long time no see, well now that I know how to drive, I want to come back to a 710 rather than just get out of the hobby. I just wanted to know of the past issues of the new 710's have been worked out if I buy a new kit.

THanks,

on of my main concerns is the wheel hubs and front knuckles,. so the tires still rub?
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Old 01-02-2005, 05:26 PM   #19208
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Hi guys long time no see, well now that I know how to drive, I want to come back to a 710 rather than just get out of the hobby. I just wanted to know of the past issues of the new 710's have been worked out if I buy a new kit.

THanks,

on of my main concerns is the wheel hubs and front knuckles,. so the tires still rub?
Not sure what you mean with the tires rubbing. There are wheels which are either too small (internal diameters) or they have offsets. If I need wheels for rubber tyres I make sure that the internal diameter of the wheels are at least 46mm. I also check that the insides of the spokes are well clear of the hex-slot.

If you run foams, there are some brands that do not fit well with some cars whether its a Serpent or somethings else. For the 710 I've used Jaco/Nitro Shoes, FastTyres, Ellergy of course and all its brothers and sisters, Speedmind, GQ, Saito all without problems.

As for the kits itself, there is a discussion here about what is included with the current kits. There are a lot of new parts in them now!
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Hi guys long time no see, well now that I know how to drive, I want to come back to a 710 rather than just get out of the hobby. I just wanted to know of the past issues of the new 710's have been worked out if I buy a new kit.
Return of the prodigal son? (j/k)

What past issues did you face?

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on of my main concerns is the wheel hubs and front knuckles,. so the tires still rub?
I think you mean the steering ball joint linkage... With Ellegi tires (the new style or old style yellow rims), you will not have any problems.

If you're using other rims and if they rub the side of the ball joint, just use a spacer. Mark uses the ones that come from Tamiya. I believe HPI also sells them and they space the wheel out like 1 mm on each side it is used. Just reset the trackwidth and screw the pivot balls in to get back to the original trackwidth.

If you're cheap like me, trace the aluminum wheel hex out on the extra pieces of lexan that you cut away from your bodyshell and you have free spacers. Punch a whole for the threaded axle shaft to go though. They should be about 1 mm thick and that should do the trick.

If your knuckles are rubbing the insides of the rim, then the wheel rims are already deformed because you hit something....
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D's right - I use the Tamiya ones (they come in 0.5mm or 1mm thick items), but I have never had an issue with rubbing tyres. I use the spacers simply to allow me to screw in the pivot balls a bit further - the early kits had a problem with the pivot balls being pulled out.

The only thing I really broke last year was the rear lower suspension arm whilst racing at Sow's track.....I still think Sow hit me causing this

Cheers, Mark.
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The only thing I really broke last year was the rear lower suspension arm whilst racing at Sow's track.....I still think Sow hit me causing this
Mark, you still owe Serpent that rear shock tower. I guess when you're in Florida, you could hand it over personally to MS or Rene when the car ultimately hit the metal boards.
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D's right - I use the Tamiya ones (they come in 0.5mm or 1mm thick items), but I have never had an issue with rubbing tyres. I use the spacers simply to allow me to screw in the pivot balls a bit further - the early kits had a problem with the pivot balls being pulled out.

The only thing I really broke last year was the rear lower suspension arm whilst racing at Sow's track.....I still think Sow hit me causing this

Cheers, Mark.
OK, swooosh! Out with the video of Mark, destroying one of AMCC's fences when he flew straight through it!
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OK, swooosh! Out with the video of Mark, destroying one of AMCC's fences when he flew straight through it!
I deny it! Ehm, well, ok just a simple fly-by.
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I deny it! Ehm, well, ok just a simple fly-by.
Fly by? Good one!
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Default Just bout a 710

Just bought a 710 and finished putting it together last night. I just read the discussion on 3Hobby's forum "710 Included tools" and I didn't get any of the 'additional' tools listed ... Centax clutch holding tool (new) or the Two-Speed Gear removal tool (new).

Are these included in all new kits or just for overseas?

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