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Old 07-14-2005, 09:49 AM   #21856
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Having said that, they don't have the hole adjustment feature,
You'll get what I meant after you seen one
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Old 07-14-2005, 09:55 AM   #21857
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so the "truly serpent R&D" might be a tad generous .
I think I would need Mr. D on this department. D, where the heck r you? don't tell us you going to fly a plane now
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Old 07-14-2005, 10:19 AM   #21858
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I think I would need Mr. D on this department. D, where the heck r you? don't tell us you going to fly a plane now
*faint* *thud*
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Old 07-14-2005, 10:36 AM   #21859
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wow cant wait for the shocks.
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Old 07-14-2005, 09:52 PM   #21860
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You'll get what I meant after you seen one
sounds good as I'm looking for a new ride to replace my ntc3 . I hope they have improved on the steering though. I used to run a 705 and it was a pig round corners even with front one-way + impact ball diff setup, although the 710 is much better in this respect. However, even with all it's adjustability it's still a bit off from Mugen and Kyosho's offerings in tight twisty tracks.
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sounds good as I'm looking for a new ride to replace my ntc3 . I hope they have improved on the steering though. I used to run a 705 and it was a pig round corners even with front one-way + impact ball diff setup, although the 710 is much better in this respect. However, even with all it's adjustability it's still a bit off from Mugen and Kyosho's offerings in tight twisty tracks.

i gues you need to change rollcenter and shocks for the right tracks...
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Old 07-15-2005, 09:34 AM   #21862
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Could someone please tell me the part number of the spacers that will bring the front shock tower forward a bit and therefore allow for a more upright shock position behind the tower?
Ive read that they are included in the kit, but I bought my 710 used...

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Old 07-15-2005, 10:38 AM   #21863
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Could someone please tell me the part number of the spacers that will bring the front shock tower forward a bit and therefore allow for a more upright shock position behind the tower?
Ive read that they are included in the kit, but I bought my 710 used...

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To do less binding without modification, any spacers with 3mm diameter (and maximum of 6mm OD I beleive) would work. I think what you are asking was part number 802322 from serpent.
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Old 07-16-2005, 03:23 AM   #21866
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My snake has shed its skin and put on a new one ready for the upcoming European Championships!
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My snake has shed its skin and put on a new one ready for the upcoming European Championships!
lookin' good :P
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lookin' good :P
Ahem, thanks. I didn't paint it ... don't have an airbrush and don't have the skills. An old friend did it for me.
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My snake has shed its skin and put on a new one ready for the upcoming European Championships!
Bro, you're going to be scaring the competition off the track!!
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Bro, you're going to be scaring the competition off the track!!
Tha'ts what I'm hoping to do seeing that my driving is slowing down.
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