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Old 06-22-2004, 02:09 PM   #12931
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If I only have to bring over my car and radio equipment
No problem ... I supply fuel and starting equipment ... deal?
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Old 06-22-2004, 02:16 PM   #12932
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Tested this months ago. Ran a full solid bar through the one-way with the outdrives attached to either end. But didnt hold it with set screws. Basically a solid axle with no front wheel braking.

Works great with Lola shells on a tight twisty track.
Ah ... you should show us how it was done.
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Old 06-22-2004, 02:25 PM   #12933
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Not sure why but the Shark pipes were not working here on the JP or Novamega engines. Totally killed the power and sent the temps through the roof. Stopped some engines from idling.
I've heard that before too. Seems to work best with Rody tuned RBs best. D seems to think it gives more low end and not much top end (with the in-line) and I've found them to give more top-end (with the Outlaw one-piece and an RB 13mm manifold).
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Ah ... you should show us how it was done.
I just got a new camera given too me. Going down town tomorrow to get a USB cable for it and then I will definately put up pictures.
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Old 06-22-2004, 03:29 PM   #12935
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Hi

I have just started building my 710 coming from a RR Evo. Looks very good

In the Serpent 710 FAQ, about running in engines, there is a lot of talk about WOT???? What does it mean?
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Old 06-22-2004, 04:14 PM   #12937
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So you completed drilling the hole on the driveshaft? Ouch ! Is that the Impact / 835 lightened springsteel outdrives (808223)?
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Impressive! Which outdrives did you use? Impact's?

808223 is correct. http://www.mytsn.com/products/product.asp?prid=369
This is actually the second set I drilled. I have been running the first drilled set for a couple of months. Someone else at the track wanted me to drill a set for them, and they already had the spring steel ones, so I offered the 801243 black ones from my axle and drilled the spring steel ones for myself .

Either way...they are much more durable than the stock ones when running a locked front.
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Tested this months ago. Ran a full solid bar through the one-way with the outdrives attached to either end. But didnt hold it with set screws. Basically a solid axle with no front wheel braking.

Works great with Lola shells on a tight twisty track.
This is not what I did at all. I merely replaced the stock outdrives with these.
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Old 06-22-2004, 04:38 PM   #12938
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I just got a new camera given too me. Going down town tomorrow to get a USB cable for it and then I will definately put up pictures.
Ah! Don't forget the "other" pictures you promised us ...
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I have just started building my 710 coming from a RR Evo. Looks very good

In the Serpent 710 FAQ, about running in engines, there is a lot of talk about WOT???? What does it mean?
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808223 is correct. http://www.mytsn.com/products/product.asp?prid=369
Thanks for the link ...

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This is actually the second set I drilled. I have been running the first drilled set for a couple of months. Someone else at the track wanted me to drill a set for them, and they already had the spring steel ones, so I offered the 801243 black ones from my axle and drilled the spring steel ones for myself .
Oooo ... sneaky. there has to be reward for the hard work somewhere I guess.

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Either way...they are much more durable than the stock ones when running a locked front.


This is not what I did at all. I merely replaced the stock outdrives with these.
I see ...
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hey guys is there some where i can buy a dvd of some of the big national races. I would love to get a whole series on dvd to watch.
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I have already watched the DVD. Swauger 1:8th was just fast but not as fast as Raph, Josh or Fukuda. The way he was driving on the stand was quite funny ... But his 1:10th was very fast and expectly long straight ......I just wonder what the engine he used ?
my copy is on the way!!
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hey guys is there some where i can buy a dvd of some of the big national races. I would love to get a whole series on dvd to watch.
go to www.brucknerhobbies.com they have a huge selection of dvd's including the new winternats 2004 ken
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You can try here.



I'm not aware of this. If you got the inline one, you could adjust the pipe length via some teflon inserts. If you got the two piece pipe version, there is an outlaw and legal version. You need to purchase a separate manifold for it.
D, thanks for the link. I have the MAX P5 engine so I am hoping it should run good with it.
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For high speed tracks, the newer Nova based pipes are excellent. For short tracks, the Shark pipe gives very good bottom end torque.
Hi D,

i agree that the shark pipe is very good in bottom but did you encounter the pipe was very high fuel consumption ? I used shark but end up it could only last 5 minutes, that is my concern. i am not only the one who have had this issue.
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