Serpent 411 ERYX 2.0 touring car
Serpent have introduced the 411 ERYX 2.0, the next big development stage for the 411 platform. Featuring an ultra low centre of gravity, it’s lighter with optimized weight distribution and sports a high performance geometry and top quality materials throughout. The new version was used at the recent DHI Cup with Marc Fischer qualifying 2nd and taking 3rd in the final with three 411-ERYX cars in the A-main.
Key new items in the 411 ERYX 2.0
– Lighter gear differential with composite gears and coated aluminium out drives; less rotating mass and smoother
– Lowered steering system; for more direct steering feel and lower CG
– Innovative floating servo-holder combined with steering-system; for less flex-influence
– Lower shock towers FR and RR for lower CG, shocks mount 5,6mm lower than before
– Super – Short RCM shocks with new softer membranes (using same springs as before) for lower CG and improved shock action, shocks are 6mm shorter
– New chassis plate 2.25mm for mounting split blocks
– Split suspension brackets inner FR and RR for more flex
– Improved harder suspension arms FR and RR and C-hubs for more traction
– 1mm Lower mid-shaft holder to allow more flex of the top plate
– Kit includes 2 type of aluminium support brackets for the motor mount, allowing more or less flex.
Source: Serpent [serpent.com]