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Old 06-16-2009, 07:52 PM   #1
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I am not a pro..i am just a beginner in 1/10 touring car.

I recently had a chance to drive a Serpent 720 ( i have a V-one rrr evo wc)....

I need 2nd opinion from you all people.

I feel the 720 can be way more aggressive on both enter and exit the corner and seems like it is faster than V1 (same engine)....i need to drive my v-one more gentle...

You can assume both cars are set up by the same driver...

What do you think? I just want to learn more ..not trying to start a lousy thread here.....

Thanks guys
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Hi,

I am not a pro..i am just a beginner in 1/10 touring car.

I recently had a chance to drive a Serpent 720 ( i have a V-one rrr evo wc)....

I need 2nd opinion from you all people.

I feel the 720 can be way more aggressive on both enter and exit the corner and seems like it is faster than V1 (same engine)....i need to drive my v-one more gentle...

You can assume both cars are set up by the same driver...

What do you think? I just want to learn more ..not trying to start a lousy thread here.....

Thanks guys
Your problem could be that you are treating both cars the same. I have the RRR and have driven the 720 and I think they go head to head all the way to the finish line.

My recommendation is,,,, if you like the 720 get it. If you get the 720 and don't like it Sell it.

Plain and simple. no need to be asking people, because asking this questions is kind of like having your friends test out the GIRL you like before you go out with her.
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Your problem could be that you are treating both cars the same. I have the RRR and have driven the 720 and I think they go head to head all the way to the finish line.

My recommendation is,,,, if you like the 720 get it. If you get the 720 and don't like it Sell it.

Plain and simple. no need to be asking people, because asking this questions is kind of like having your friends test out the GIRL you like before you go out with her.
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Old 06-17-2009, 06:31 PM   #4
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Drive what feels best to you. A lot of people think all the top level cars are the same but they are not. They have different handling characteristics, one suites a certain driving styles better than another.
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