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Old 10-16-2012, 05:54 AM   #4201
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Originally Posted by M.Abramowicz View Post
ok. I'm not perfect.


When my right tires go off (left side F/37, R/40, right side F/40, R/42) then car was like this\ so spur always grab ground.

I start from 64rears 61.8 fronts.
Tires goes off that R side was 1-1.5mm smaller on diameter then L side.

Anyway, if I will stay with 733 just for fun, I will move up that gear shaft 1.5mm, just add hand made allu washers.


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i have tried going harder shores on the side of the car that wears faster, and most times it doesnt really work out. a harder tyre can often produce more slippage, so infact it can wear even quicker than the lower shore tyre. what i have done instead, was start that tyre 1mm bigger but the same shore. if its for a longer race, then i tend to use a little bit of trim and in stops just go back a little at a time. 1mm isnt a huge difference to throw setup right out the window. infact the car just gets easier to drive as the diameter evens out, then you may just be 0.5 smaller rather than 1.5mm smaller. but you will have a more consistant car rather than a harder tyre.
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Old 11-22-2012, 01:35 AM   #4202
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Default Zero Force Serpent 733 Bearing Kit Set

Zero Force Serpent 733 Bearing Kit Set (16pcs) (ZF-N12006)

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Old 02-16-2013, 04:43 PM   #4203
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Hello guys,

the Serpent 733 has steel brake pads, can somebody tell me the distance between the 2 holes in the brake pad (center to center of hole)
Also the diameter of the holes in the brake pads.
(would be great if it is in mm...)

Want to try them in my car for the next race.

Kind regards,

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Old 03-08-2013, 03:35 PM   #4204
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Heres a Blitz custom painted body for the serpent 733, ready to mount.
Custom RC Airbrushing by era1FXcustoms
Please email me at [email protected] for paint pricing, ordering and questions.
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Old 06-16-2013, 04:29 PM   #4205
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Default 733 te dls question

Hi I have a 733 te and i have a problem with my dls . With no shocks on the car i can lift the right side of my suspension up and down freely and the left side knuckle moves the camber in and out like the dls should. But with my left side suspension when i move it up the right side arm and suspension starts to move up as well. I have the camber arms set to the outside hole of the knuckle in doing this do i need to change the lenght of the dls turn buckles too ,they are just set to the stock 45.5mm length.
I hope this makes sense trevor
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Old 06-17-2013, 08:37 PM   #4206
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Hi all, just put on a new body with my Serpent 733...
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