Serpent 733 Evo Model Announced


The Evo is features the latest updates to the Serpent 733 model and incorporates the new Direct Link System for the rear end that transfers the suspension pressure from one side, through a link system to the other side. This creates even more rear end grip and makes the 733 even easier to driver. The system can be used with or without a rear anti-roll bar, depending the conditions and the DLS can be disconnected should the track not require it. Also this model features the Serpent Flex Control rear end that has been rolled out on other models. The SFC allows the rear end to be locked, set to flex a little or be left disconnected depending upon the set-up required. This is a quick and easy set-up change to make.



Other notable parts are:

Rear anti-roll bar ball-bearings are seated in Delrin bushings to isolate vibrations  
Two-speed shaft bearings are seated in Delrin inserts for optimised fit and to isolate vibrations.  
Mono-type engine mount in high quality 7075 T6 aluminium with cooling fins for installation of the engine.  
Mono-type ventilated brake disc in special steel for super smooth braking


During the 2010 season, many small improvements have been introduced like a better fuel tank seal, improved M-type composite suspension arms and improved two-speed gears. The transmission system, 7075 T6 aluminium and spring steel components are combined into a well balanced, extremely fast chassis. The Serpent 733 Evo developed by Michael Salven, is a top level racing car and the evolutions makes it even better than before.

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