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July 23, 2013

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

The car that dominated the F1 class at the 2012/13 Euro Touring Series in the hands of Jan Asmer, the Serpent F110 is soon to be made available. It is based on their 1/10 and 1/12 pancar platform and is a competition ready full carbon aluminium F1 racing car with many set-up possibilities. Suitable for standard and shorty 2S packs it can be raced with rubber or foam tyres. The kit includes racing chassis, FR and RR wing but not tyres, wheels, electronics or body.

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

Features
– Carbon fibre chassis plate in 2.5mm
– Chassis and holders allow  Shorty and Normal packs
– Strong front nylon wing which fits most common lexan wings
– Front trackrod suspension with lower 3mm carbon wishbones; fully adjustable
– Durable spring loaded steering blocks with upper pivot ball
– Adjustable ride height to suit both rubber and foam tyres
– Super strong machined aluminium servo holder and  strong servo saver
– Large volume main central shock absorber RCCX type; threaded housing
– Spring loaded Link-type rear suspension with single tube
– Carbon fibre body mount, doubles as side spring holder and tube holder
– Captured pivot ball connection
– Pancar style rear end with a strong carbon fibre and aluminium powerpod
– Strong and light aluminum rear axle
– Durable and light ball-differential, and light alu hex wheel-hubs
– Large durable white rear wing
– High quality ball-bearings and fasteners
– Strong nylon body mounts with fine tuning nuts
– Kit-version will be 180mm FR and RR with rubber tyres (longer front arms will be optional to arrive at 200mm for use with foam tyres)

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

Serpent F110 Formula chassis

Source: Serpent [serpent.com]



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