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Old 09-14-2014, 12:38 PM   #61
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0.049s. from the all-time Lap record
0.076s. from the all-time Qualification record
0.024s. from the all-time Final record

It wasn`t my day....the Serpent 748 was pretty quick today, just not fast enough....

But:

We`ve got a winner...!!!!! (again)
Today i drove with my Serpent a great race, and almost broke all records..almost..

Think if Daan was a Serpent mechanic and working on my car, i would have broken all records..!!

Man that was fun...!!

Go Serpent...!!

(Milan (11 years old) drove a great race with Daan his Mugen, the future is coming)

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Old 09-14-2014, 01:52 PM   #62
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0.049s. from the all-time Lap record
0.076s. from the all-time Qualification record
0.024s. from the all-time Final record

It wasn`t my day....the Serpent 748 was pretty quick today, just not fast enough....

But:

We`ve got a winner...!!!!! (again)
Today i drove with my Serpent a great race, and almost broke all records..almost..

Think if Daan was a Serpent mechanic and working on my car, i would have broken all records..!!

Man that was fun...!!

Go Serpent...!!

(Milan (11 years old) drove a great race with Daan his Mugen, the future is coming)

Well done!!! Really good job!
But......where is your car in the pic? :-)
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Old 09-14-2014, 02:58 PM   #63
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But all joking aside, the best 200mm car is offcourse the BSC-002 from Bakker Special Cars, soon for sale..!!

Some specs:

- Steel chassis, for a very low CoG
- Reduced reflected rotating inertia by a factor of 2 in comparison with the Capricorn
- 1500gram race ready, place the mass where you want
- Leave springs designed with non-linear FEM software
- Innovative tube dampers
- Lowest unsprung mass by far
- Multiple flex setting
- Geometry completely different

Most important parts of design are ready, just some little stuff to complete.




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Old 09-15-2014, 04:59 AM   #64
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Nitro awesomatix, anyone?
Nice looking car!!!
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Old 09-15-2014, 07:22 AM   #65
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Looks illegal to me kidding.

Looks an absolute nightmare to maintain and work on. Probably won't stand up to the riggers of nitro racing very well either.

Gotta agree looks a beautiful piece of engineering
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