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Old 06-14-2010, 12:40 PM   #2506
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try the optional wide foam bumper pn 804190 havent broke one since i started using it
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Old 06-14-2010, 01:16 PM   #2507
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Hi Guys i have on3 problem with my 733 , i have the new FUEL tank on my car but i have a little leaking from the cap , can someone tell me if i need to change the origial o-ring for the orange one so i can stop leaking fuel from there ??? or i need to replace the AFL CAP ?

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Old 06-14-2010, 03:19 PM   #2508
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Hi Guys i have on3 problem with my 733 , i have the new FUEL tank on my car but i have a little leaking from the cap , can someone tell me if i need to change the origial o-ring for the orange one so i can stop leaking fuel from there ??? or i need to replace the AFL CAP ?

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Had the same issue with a brand new tank , left fuel in tank upside down over night to soften the o ring / seal . once that was done the tank was good .
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Old 06-14-2010, 04:39 PM   #2509
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Hi Guys i have on3 problem with my 733 , i have the new FUEL tank on my car but i have a little leaking from the cap , can someone tell me if i need to change the origial o-ring for the orange one so i can stop leaking fuel from there ??? or i need to replace the AFL CAP ?

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I also had that problem. I wrapped the cap shut to the tank with a couple of rubber bands over night. It definitely helps.
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804117 PIVOT PIN FR LW X 1
804116 PIV PIN RR LW X 1
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802261 TRACK ROD 47MM TITAN X 1
804176 GEAR DIFF SEAL RING X 1
801219 BALL 8.5 ALLUM SHORT X 1
902413 CLUTCH BELL ALUM, LC X 1
804203 REAR BELT X 4
804104 BELT FRONT X 1
804105 SIDE BELT X 3
804162 RADIO SUPPORT X 1
804188 GEAR DIFF DRIVE SHAFT LIGHT PRO X 1
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110207 PIN X 1
804200 DIFF CASE O RING X 1
909516 CENTAX CLUTCH SPACER X 1
803226 60 T GEAR 1ST X 5
803222 54 T GEAR 2ND X 4
1649 STEEL BALL 5.8 (19) X 1
804165 BUMPER PLATE X 1
804165 BODY PLATE X 1
902416 SHOE SET 2 SPEED X 1
804181 TROTLE SPRING X 1
FUEL TANK X 1
804112 PULLEY 2SP SHAFT X 4
804148 DIFF PULLEY REAR X 3
804147 DIFF PULLEY FRONT X 4
PULLEY MIDDLE X 2
804153 ECCENTERS FRONT X 1
804152 ECCENTERS REAR X 1
804156 BRAKE LEVER /BATTERY SUPPORT X 1
804160 BEARING BRACKET X 4
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804161 SUSPENSION BRACKET X 3
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804207 WISHBONE FRONT LOWER X 2
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804163 CHASSIS STIFFENER X 1
804190 WIDE FOAM BUMPER X 1
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Old 06-14-2010, 06:59 PM   #2511
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What the hell!!!! last time i was on the thread we were waiting on the 710. i bought it and had one race and had my 2nd child move to another city and 6 to 7 years later.....733.

I'm living in Houston and no onroad racing going on, but still got to have one.

I selling an almost new 710 one race LOL


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Old 06-15-2010, 10:54 AM   #2512
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Anyone have a problem where the side belt touches underneath the manifold?
i'm using a novarossi 2652 pipe with a 41616 header
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Old 06-15-2010, 12:45 PM   #2513
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What the hell!!!! last time i was on the thread we were waiting on the 710. i bought it and had one race and had my 2nd child move to another city and 6 to 7 years later.....733.

I'm living in Houston and no onroad racing going on, but still got to have one.

I selling an almost new 710 one race LOL


No i'm finding that serpent and x-ray not together. say it aint so

Whats next the Beatles breaking up.
There is plenty of racing in houston at mikes hobbies in porter near kingwood. one of the best track in the nation, I run my 733 there if you need any help with setup there.
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Old 06-15-2010, 01:30 PM   #2514
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Anyone have a problem where the side belt touches underneath the manifold?
i'm using a novarossi 2652 pipe with a 41616 header
Move the side belt tensioner under the upper deck! This will eliminate that problem and still have plenty of adjustability for tension on the belt!
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Old 06-15-2010, 01:41 PM   #2515
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Move the side belt tensioner under the upper deck! This will eliminate that problem and still have plenty of adjustability for tension on the belt!
Lol, why couldn't I think of that...
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Lol, why couldn't I think of that...
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Old 06-15-2010, 03:27 PM   #2517
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Thanks rock racing.

When do they race? I looking on the internet for 733.

What set up are u running? tires, oil & etc. Has Mike strat carring parts for serpent (733).
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Old 06-15-2010, 05:01 PM   #2518
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Move the side belt tensioner under the upper deck! This will eliminate that problem and still have plenty of adjustability for tension on the belt!
I had the same problem with my 2652 pipe. I mounted the belt tensioner under the upper deck, but the left side of the belt would still slightly touch the manifold. I had to carefully grind off a very small section (only about 1mm) off the bottom of the manfiold lip.
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Old 06-16-2010, 07:41 AM   #2519
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I had the same problem with my 2652 pipe. I mounted the belt tensioner under the upper deck, but the left side of the belt would still slightly touch the manifold. I had to carefully grind off a very small section (only about 1mm) off the bottom of the manfiold lip.
If it slightly touches the exhaust header i wouldn't worry about it. Even before i mounted my belt tensioner under the upper deck i never had a problem with side belts wearing out or having it effect the freedom of my drivetrain.
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Old 06-16-2010, 08:34 AM   #2520
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I had the same problem with my 2652 pipe. I mounted the belt tensioner under the upper deck, but the left side of the belt would still slightly touch the manifold. I had to carefully grind off a very small section (only about 1mm) off the bottom of the manfiold lip.
Well, it worked for me. It's real close but it's not touching.
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