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Old 03-23-2010, 02:27 PM   #2116
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Well maybe Sam from Kamikaze has the stock screw set.
I had one and believe it weighed about 150grms

Can you post the weight of the xceed set? Including packaging if nescessary
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Old 03-24-2010, 04:06 AM   #2117
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my 733 is 1750gr. What do you think? is it ok?
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Old 03-24-2010, 06:13 AM   #2118
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my 733 is 1750gr. What do you think? is it ok?
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Old 03-24-2010, 01:24 PM   #2119
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New MAX Pipe set fit for 733
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Old 03-24-2010, 02:05 PM   #2120
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So does the Nova Rossi EFRA 2652 pipe at a lower price!
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After 1 hour of Main Final mine weights 1702 gr
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Old 03-25-2010, 08:26 AM   #2122
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Well maybe Sam from Kamikaze has the stock screw set.
I had one and believe it weighed about 150grms

Can you post the weight of the xceed set? Including packaging if nescessary
Xceed Titanium screw set 55g only !
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Xceed Titanium screw set 55g only !
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Ok no problem !

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What about new ''Hard'' plastic parts? Anyone tried those ?
Any Feedback ?
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What about new ''Hard'' plastic parts? Anyone tried those ?
Any Feedback ?

I have asked the same ? but no real feedback. I will be trying them this weekend at our test and tune session before our opening weekend.
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Old 04-01-2010, 05:51 PM   #2127
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Car feels a tad more stable and predictable in cornering . when i was driving at 200mm in the front the pillow balls was ripping of the top arm with the slightest wrong touch . didnt do that with the hard plastic . Over all if your track is a soft track i would stay with the soft plastic but if has timber and hard stuff i would use the hard plastic. just my view . hope it helps
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The H on the new plastic is a different material than the old original plastic's. I recommend using the H labeled plastic's. The H plastic is not harder than the stock stuff, they are just more durable due to the different material. performance is better overall all also. More consistent and the rear end is more stable also.

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I drove my 733 for the first time right out the box at the pre worlds. The car was built with the Hard plastics and set up according to what Michael S had used. Now I had never driven this car so I cant say anything about the soft plastics, but as for the Hard stuff I was amazed. The car had loads of steering and so easy to drive. I was pretty much on throttle everywhere. I had most of the 720 versions and none of them compare. I ran the Altis 2.3 body on Matrix 35f/37r. The car is great and in a recent race back at the same track I was able to pick up an extra lap with the same setup and less traction.

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The H on the new plastic is a different material than the old original plastic's. I recommend using the H labeled plastic's. The H plastic is not harder than the stock stuff, they are just more durable due to the different material. performance is better overall all also. More consistent and the rear end is more stable also.

Hope this helps,

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very informative , http://www.serpent.com/product/804209/ where i got my initial info from about the hardness . Dj have you had any issues with the rear belt being too loose or slipping off.
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