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Old 05-09-2005, 03:01 AM   #166
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Does the spacer/shim that goes between the 2 bearings in the clutchbell have to be there? (Step 7.7 instruction manual)

Yep, its gone missing. anybody know the part# ?


Also... would buying the one-piece motor mount make mounting and removing the engine SIMPLER?

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Old 08-24-2005, 01:01 PM   #167
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Just bought a new in box 950r off ebay for $380, is it a good deal? Sorry im kind of a rookie.
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Old 08-24-2005, 07:27 PM   #168
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Yes, that is a good deal if it is brand new.



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Old 08-24-2005, 07:46 PM   #169
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Yes, you need that spacer and the part number is (909514) and it is called Centax II bearing spacer 5x7.


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Yep, its gone missing. anybody know the part# ?


Also... would buying the one-piece motor mount make mounting and removing the engine SIMPLER?
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Old 08-28-2005, 01:06 AM   #170
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Can anyone recommand me with a decent pipe but doesnt cost heaven? (like around $50~70)
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Old 10-17-2005, 06:45 PM   #171
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Does people still play with this car anymore? Cuz mine is just finished and ready to race (maybe next season).
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Old 10-17-2005, 08:28 PM   #172
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skyline pipe can be purchased for $50.00. Very good pipe.
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Old 10-17-2005, 08:54 PM   #173
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Does people still play with this car anymore? Cuz mine is just finished and ready to race (maybe next season).
Yes this is still a great car.
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Old 10-19-2005, 03:12 PM   #174
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Does people still play with this car anymore? Cuz mine is just finished and ready to race (maybe next season).
I can 2nd that....ran it 2 weeks ago at Hamilton with some Serpent team driver...of course I was few second slower per laps compare to them, but I don't have those $500 motor nor the skill to keep up with their 960...

But the 950R is NOT far off from the general 960 or MRX4.........that was my 2nd race of 1/8th afterall.
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Old 10-20-2005, 11:24 PM   #175
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Default Wanted: Serpent 950R servo levers (servo horns)

Hey everyone, hopefully you guys reading this thread can help me out here. I'm just looking for a little help here with two of the smallest parts on my Serpent 950R. I bought my kit used with just a couple of tanks of fuel having been run through it. It is essentially a brand new car. I'm now getting my radio gear installed and I've just discovered that the 24 and 25 tooth servo levers/arms/horns (whichever you wish to call them) are not included in my kit. I guess the guy I bought the car from decided to leave them on his servos when he removed his radio gear or something like that. I have the two 23 tooth arms, but I need the 24 and 25 tooth arms to get my JR and Futaba servos in there. On my parts list they are part numbers 901159, 901160, 902124 and 902125 for each individual arm or 1612 (25 tooth) and 1613 (24 tooth) for the arms in pairs (the throttle and steering servo arms are slightly different). The arms I'm looking for are the actual arms that mount to the servos, not any other part of the linkage. Anyone have a spare or two lying around that they don't need? I'd greatly appreciate any help with this and I'll pay for these two (or four) little suckers if I have to. I can probably get these things new, but I figured I'd try the forums here first. Please let me know if you have any lying around and we'll try to get hooked up here. You can contact me in here, I'll be checking frequently to see if I've got any luck with this. If you think you have what I need we'll determine what you have before hand over the phone or whatever to make sure it's the correct ones I need. I'd really appreciate the help and thank you all in advance.
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Old 10-21-2005, 03:41 PM   #176
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I think I have the Futaba/Hitec horn from my 950R. But you dont have to use the 950 horns if ur servo stock horns have similar hole position. You just need to adjust the linkage length.
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Anybody have a part number for the kit(?) that allows for 960-like rear roll center adjustment on the 950? I see references to it, but no part numbers.
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Old 12-22-2005, 03:40 PM   #178
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Part number is SUS1000

Serpent USA will be closed from Dec. 22 Thru Jan 03.

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Much appreciated, Paolo..... would you also have a link that would show what this setup looks like?
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Hey everyone, hopefully you guys reading this thread can help me out here. I'm just looking for a little help here with two of the smallest parts on my Serpent 950R. I bought my kit used with just a couple of tanks of fuel having been run through it. It is essentially a brand new car. I'm now getting my radio gear installed and I've just discovered that the 24 and 25 tooth servo levers/arms/horns (whichever you wish to call them) are not included in my kit. I guess the guy I bought the car from decided to leave them on his servos when he removed his radio gear or something like that. I have the two 23 tooth arms, but I need the 24 and 25 tooth arms to get my JR and Futaba servos in there. On my parts list they are part numbers 901159, 901160, 902124 and 902125 for each individual arm or 1612 (25 tooth) and 1613 (24 tooth) for the arms in pairs (the throttle and steering servo arms are slightly different). The arms I'm looking for are the actual arms that mount to the servos, not any other part of the linkage. Anyone have a spare or two lying around that they don't need? I'd greatly appreciate any help with this and I'll pay for these two (or four) little suckers if I have to. I can probably get these things new, but I figured I'd try the forums here first. Please let me know if you have any lying around and we'll try to get hooked up here. You can contact me in here, I'll be checking frequently to see if I've got any luck with this. If you think you have what I need we'll determine what you have before hand over the phone or whatever to make sure it's the correct ones I need. I'd really appreciate the help and thank you all in advance.
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