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Old 12-27-2009, 06:40 AM   #1726
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Just make sure you use the pins in the post by pattojr as they have square edges. these pins also exist in rounded edge format but those are not suitable for use in the cvds
what's the reason that round edges pins not suitable?
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Old 12-27-2009, 06:55 AM   #1727
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what's the reason that round edges pins not suitable?
the pin part number i put up is for the axle to shaft pin, they need to be flat to be inserted inside the bearings. the replacement pins for the cup to shaft im not sure what the part number is, its not on the reference guide. sorry.
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Old 12-27-2009, 04:28 PM   #1728
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what's the reason that round edges pins not suitable?
The http://www.serpent.com/product/802354/ 2x9,8 square ended pins go in the wheel axle side of the cvds. You must use this pin as the rounded edge http://www.serpent.com/product/1109/ pins (used in the bodymounts will have less contact area in the wheelaxle leading to premature wear.

For the diff side pins you'll need http://www.serpent.com/product/1113/ or part#801322 (same pin just 8 pcs)
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Old 12-28-2009, 01:41 AM   #1729
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The http://www.serpent.com/product/802354/ 2x9,8 square ended pins go in the wheel axle side of the cvds. You must use this pin as the rounded edge http://www.serpent.com/product/1109/ pins (used in the bodymounts will have less contact area in the wheelaxle leading to premature wear.

For the diff side pins you'll need http://www.serpent.com/product/1113/ or part#801322 (same pin just 8 pcs)
i understand about the 2x9.8 pins to be flat but 3x9.8 pins to be rounded should be alrite?
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i understand about the 2x9.8 pins to be flat but 3x9.8 pins to be rounded should be alrite?
To complicate it even more, the 3x9,8 pins for the diff side (or both sides in a dogbone must be rounded or they will bind....
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To complicate it even more, the 3x9,8 pins for the diff side (or both sides in a dogbone must be rounded or they will bind....
oh gosh! now more confusion...
you've got me thinking but i still couldn't figure out the reasons why.
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Old 12-28-2009, 10:11 AM   #1732
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Xceed New Product
XS Clutch 1/10 with Serpent Bell
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Old 12-28-2009, 03:19 PM   #1733
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XS Clutch 1/10 with Serpent Bell
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What advantage does this clutch have over the stock Serpent clutch?

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Not sure that there is one for the serpent. I think it may be to use with other cars, since it seems the other cars are trying to work their way to the serpent clutch anyways. This will allow you to use the serpent parts on other brands.

But this is just my guess, I have not been told anything by Xceed. I am just going off the picture posted.

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Default Sirio Engine on 733 fitting tuned pipe problem

Hi Guys anybody out there running a Sirio engine on the 733, did you have any difficulties fitting in the tuned pipe? The one we have is too long and touches the front steering arm. On the Velox V10 it fits since the engine is mounted more towards the rear.

Any help would be appreicated.
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Hi Guys anybody out there running a Sirio engine on the 733, did you have any difficulties fitting in the tuned pipe? The one we have is too long and touches the front steering arm. On the Velox V10 it fits since the engine is mounted more towards the rear.

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That's interesting. Someone in the G4RS thread had a similar problem with their Sirio engine and 2611 pipe. What pipe are you using? They ended up having to change the pipe.

Got a photo? Maybe that will prompt some other ideas...
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Anyone read this?
http://www.serpent.com/news/12891/Se...10-season.html

New material suspension parts better release quick...
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Anyone read this?
http://www.serpent.com/news/12891/Se...10-season.html

New material suspension parts better release quick...
Question: How will we know if we received the new material parts or if they vendor is selling out of their old ones first?
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Question: How will we know if we received the new material parts or if they vendor is selling out of their old ones first?
The current kits are already the new batch, kits that was recieved from Serpent America from December there on are the latest ones.
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The pipe is in fact the 2611 any idea what other pipe is available from sirio?

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That's interesting. Someone in the G4RS thread had a similar problem with their Sirio engine and 2611 pipe. What pipe are you using? They ended up having to change the pipe.

Got a photo? Maybe that will prompt some other ideas...
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