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Old 03-31-2004, 09:58 AM   #7336
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10-11 months...I hope its because of the 705 problems that people are talking about. If the 710 proves to be a great car all around then it should stay around for some time.
The 710 was a prototype before the 705 was even put on the market. They just wanted more time to test and so they offered the 705 as a end of line evolution to the aging Impulse design.
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Old 03-31-2004, 10:40 AM   #7338
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thanks hopefully Julius will read these posting later today and he can comment on it , or InitialD
The TP04 was a pipe good for bottom end. The TP05 was better in top end. The TP06 combines both. Itīs good both low and top.
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:48 AM   #7339
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The TP04 was a pipe good for bottom end. The TP05 was better in top end. The TP06 combines both. Itīs good both low and top.
So the TP06 is a stump-puller and a top-end screamer...

Hope it doesn't have a big black hole in between where mid-range is supposed to be.

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Old 03-31-2004, 11:54 AM   #7340
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Default New Nova Mega conical for .12

New Nova Mega conical for .12 part nr. 2175
this the manifold were there was talked about now in stock
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New Nova Mega conical for .12 part nr. 2175
this the manifold were there was talked about now in stock
http://shop.the-border.nl/customer/p...806&cat=&page=
Have you guys got the NovaMega SX12 SS 3P - Turbo (#2106) in stock?
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Old 03-31-2004, 12:01 PM   #7342
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Old 03-31-2004, 12:26 PM   #7343
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Have you guys got the NovaMega SX12 SS 3P - Turbo (#2106) in stock?
Why don't you wait for the MS edition with the MCP P/S?
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Old 03-31-2004, 12:37 PM   #7344
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Why don't you wait for the MS edition with the MCP P/S?
When I was trying to select the engine for my S710, I asked Serpent what would be better... the SX12 MCP or the newer SX12 SS 3P (#2106)

Rob Kuijper responded back to me that they are a little bit better success with the newer SX12 SS 3P (#2106). So that is what I got. With the TP06 1-pc pipe (#2170) hopefully will be a good combination.

Just some food for thought...

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Old 03-31-2004, 12:40 PM   #7345
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New Nova Mega conical for .12 part nr. 2175
this the manifold were there was talked about now in stock
http://shop.the-border.nl/customer/p...806&cat=&page=
Sorry to come in late about this, but what's the deal on this new 'conical' manifold?
Why would I want to use this?
Will the stock header on the 2170 pipe (TP06) not be good?

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Old 03-31-2004, 12:57 PM   #7346
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Default Conical Header for .12

Hi Glenn,

good to see you posting !!

My experience with a conical header on a .12 is that the bottom end is not all that good but middle range and top speed is a little better, please note that clutch and carb setting gets more critical !
I would still go for the 2170 pipe system for the short to medium tracks, and give that conical header a try on longer tracks.

Note that the picture on the Border site is from a .21 header
no official pic's yet !?
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When I was trying to select the engine for my S710, I asked Serpent what would be better... the SX12 MCP or the newer SX12 SS 3P (#2106)

Rob Kuijper responded back to me that they are a little bit better success with the newer SX12 SS 3P (#2106). So that is what I got. With the TP06 1-pc pipe (#2170) hopefully will be a good combination.

Just some food for thought...

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I'm Talking about the new SX12 SS 3P MCP MS (#2106MS) wich is comming soon

Also i'm sorry to tell but Rob Kuijper doesn't work/race anymore for Serpent (he's gone over to work for Kyosho)
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Hi Glenn,

good to see you posting !!

Note that the picture on the Border site is from a .21 header
no official pic's yet !?
Hi Rob sorry you didn't have your Evolva last Sunday but you did a great job as matchleader.
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Old 03-31-2004, 01:13 PM   #7349
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Default Hi Bas,

Thanx for the kind words,

i hope you have better luck in the upcoming races

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Old 03-31-2004, 01:18 PM   #7350
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I'm Talking about the new SX12 SS 3P MCP MS (#2106MS) which is coming soon

Also i'm sorry to tell but Rob Kuijper doesn't work/race anymore for Serpent (he's gone over to work for Kyosho)

When is this new engine coming out?
<sigh>... trying to keep up with these engines is darn near impossible...

I knew about Rob's leaving Serpent a while ago.
Rob, you are missed...
But glad to see you haven't disappeared forever!


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