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Old 02-17-2010, 12:18 PM   #1936
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Not so good as 733 ones.
In 733 you have WC gears - they are wider in difference to these from 720.
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Old 02-17-2010, 12:24 PM   #1937
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That depends if the gears were made for the WC clutch or for the original clutch bell where the gears srew together.

If they are for the old style clutch they'll still fit but must be used with the old parts.
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Old 02-17-2010, 01:11 PM   #1938
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Will the 720 steel pinions work with the 733 spur gears?
If they are the standard 720 pinions which are the LC version then no. But if you had upgraded to the WC pinions and spurs on your 720 then yes. The 733 uses the newer WC spurs and pinions.
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Old 02-17-2010, 05:18 PM   #1939
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Default MACHINED ALUMINUM 733 MOTOR MOUNTS

LIKE the title says MACHINED ALUMINUM not CASTED.
This engine mount doubles up as a chassis stiffner, to control flex
and helps keep rear belt from stripping and will never BREAK!!!!!!!!!
THIS WILL BE THE LAST MOUNT YOU HAVE TO BUY!!!!!
mounts have been tested and works well $45 plus shipping to the U.S.
I have 15 of them left after that I'm done, they cost way too much
to have made and this has been a pain in the A$$.
IF you would like to get one or some or all of them
please EMAIL me at [email protected]
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Old 02-17-2010, 05:35 PM   #1940
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What is that piece on the left? Is that the optional rear brace? Who makes that?
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Old 02-17-2010, 05:54 PM   #1941
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What is that piece on the left? Is that the optional rear brace? Who makes that?
option part from serpent...
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Old 02-19-2010, 07:02 AM   #1942
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hey guys gonna make a parts order soon and was just wondering aside from the usual bits and pieces is there anything that breaks thats not as obvious that i should be stocking up on?
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Old 02-19-2010, 08:43 AM   #1943
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What is that piece on the left? Is that the optional rear brace? Who makes that?
Roger, that is the rear chassis stiffener that has been out for a while now, hmmm time to visit the shop
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Old 02-19-2010, 09:02 AM   #1944
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hey guys gonna make a parts order soon and was just wondering aside from the usual bits and pieces is there anything that breaks thats not as obvious that i should be stocking up on?
Well, if you read the post a couple above yours you might want to buy some extra motormounts.
Just kidding.

But it is quite hard to predict, that's why I prefer buying a second kit for spares. It saves you money, you have every little part as a spare and it's a lot easier to sell when you decide to change cars.
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Old 02-19-2010, 09:06 AM   #1945
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LIKE the title says MACHINED ALUMINUM not CASTED.
This engine mount doubles up as a chassis stiffner, to control flex
and helps keep rear belt from stripping and will never BREAK!!!!!!!!!
THIS WILL BE THE LAST MOUNT YOU HAVE TO BUY!!!!!
mounts have been tested and works well $45 plus shipping to the U.S.
I have 15 of them left after that I'm done, they cost way too much
to have made and this has been a pain in the A$$.
IF you would like to get one or some or all of them
please EMAIL me at [email protected]
Just to clarify, the stock mounts are not cast. You cant anodize castings, and they clearly anodized.
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Old 02-19-2010, 02:05 PM   #1946
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Just to clarify, the stock mounts are not cast. You cant anodize castings, and they clearly anodized.
I DIDNT say they were I had an email asking if they
were molded or cast ? and wanted you all to know.
this is the pain in the A$$ stuff im talking about
why bother making anything when this is what you get

YOU know all I had when getting these made were GOOD intentions
of helping out my fellow serpent drivers...........
I never said that the stock mounts are bad and I wont .
I talked to allot of 733 drivers about this. some have broke them and
some are still running their first mount.why no one wants to say they
broke a mount hear is beyond me WHATEVER....

from now on when I have something made I will just keep it to my self
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Old 02-19-2010, 02:57 PM   #1947
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I DIDNT say they were I had an email asking if they
were molded or cast ? and wanted you all to know.
this is the pain in the A$$ stuff im talking about
why bother making anything when this is what you get

YOU know all I had when getting these made were GOOD intentions
of helping out my fellow serpent drivers...........
I never said that the stock mounts are bad and I wont .
I talked to allot of 733 drivers about this. some have broke them and
some are still running their first mount.why no one wants to say they
broke a mount hear is beyond me WHATEVER....

from now on when I have something made I will just keep it to my self
I never said you had any bad intentions, I just wanted to clarify that they are not cast, thats all. It wasnt personal, just pointing out a fact. Take it easy...
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I DIDNT say they were I had an email asking if they
were molded or cast ? and wanted you all to know.
this is the pain in the A$$ stuff im talking about
why bother making anything when this is what you get

YOU know all I had when getting these made were GOOD intentions
of helping out my fellow serpent drivers...........
I never said that the stock mounts are bad and I wont .
I talked to allot of 733 drivers about this. some have broke them and
some are still running their first mount.why no one wants to say they
broke a mount hear is beyond me WHATEVER....

from now on when I have something made I will just keep it to my self
If your having stuff made, make sure to tell me!
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Default connection for battery.

Im trying to get my wiring sorted out for this car. The biggest problem I've got is the battery wire connection. I've mounted the switch in the receiver box.

Where can I position the plug from the switch, that goes to the battery, so that I can easily connect/disconnect the battery from it to charge the battery. I can put it between the battery and the transponder, but then I'll have to take the whole battery out just to charge it.

I would like to be able to leave the battery in the car while its charging.
Any ideas?

Photos of what you've done would also be helpful.
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Im trying to get my wiring sorted out for this car. The biggest problem I've got is the battery wire connection. I've mounted the switch in the receiver box.

Where can I position the plug from the switch, that goes to the battery, so that I can easily connect/disconnect the battery from it to charge the battery. I can put it between the battery and the transponder, but then I'll have to take the whole battery out just to charge it.

I would like to be able to leave the battery in the car while its charging.
Any ideas?

Photos of what you've done would also be helpful.
I got you covered for a picture. If you can wait till this evening I will be home and snap a pic.
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