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Old 11-06-2003, 05:18 PM   #1
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New 710 features and pics can be seen on this site ck it out.Lee from winners circle rc talked with Serpent and they gave him pics and info to post to his site and its amazing!


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Old 11-06-2003, 05:23 PM   #2
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New 710 features and pics can be seen on this site ck it out.Lee from winners circle rc talked with Serpent and they gave him pics and info to post to his site and its amazing!

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I gotta admit that car is excellent looking. If it has no major manufacturing flaws I may well look into one.............
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Old 11-06-2003, 05:26 PM   #3
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If athat url doesnt work try this



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looks great......a winning snake......cheers
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YUP!

Its amazing!!
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Old 11-06-2003, 06:26 PM   #6
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Mmmm... I can see a lot of room in the front.

I wonder if a laydown shock will be an option

hard to access the diffs though

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hard to access the diffs though
Are you trying to be sarcastic? I say this because easy access diffs are one of the major changes in their design.
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The upper radio tray slots for the throttle / brake servo also indicate that it will not have this servo laid down like the G4 or the 950R big brother...

The front belt is a lot longer while the side belt is shorter now. Do I see a 5th body post on the first pic? Also no mention of front adjustable roll center?

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The upper radio tray slots for the throttle / brake servo also indicate that it will not have this servo laid down like the G4 or the 950R big brother...

The front belt is a lot longer while the side belt is shorter now. Do I see a 5th body post on the first pic?
maybe in their next release of the 710R.....
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maybe in their next release of the 710R.....
Kinda like the Star Wars saga to allow for continuation...
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with regards to the 5th body post, how does it help in any way?
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Are you trying to be sarcastic? I say this because easy access diffs are one of the major changes in their design.
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I mean if you will have the laydown shocks on the front
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If other manufacturers and racers are using it, I'm sure it does have some benefits especially on high speed high downforce tracks. If you use the Stratus shell, you'll know that the front bonnet flexes bad.
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I mean if you will have the laydown shocks on the front
I don't see why it should not be an option... Front shock towers?
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Also no mention of front adjustable roll center?

hard to tell on the picture but no reason why this can not be done like the 950R
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