Serpent have released the new 811 Cobra EP buggy 2.0, a new development realized following a full year of racing across the globe, listening to feedback from many drivers and dedicated testing on many different surfaces. The feedback from the drivers on the Cobra E-Buggy in general was very good but according to some drivers the car could benefit from a more responsive rear end, combined with a bit more steering, which would bring the Cobra to the highest performance level. The 2.0 features new wider rear end, differently positioned new rear shock towers along with other small changes to the rear of the car.
Serpent Cobra 811 EP Buggy 2.0 main new features
– New wider rear end with new geometry for more rear traction and an easier handling car with wider sweet spot
– Rear shock absorbers moved to the back of the shock tower / arms, with higher carbon rear shock tower
– Longer rear shock rods and larger volume rear shock-housing for more rear shock travel create a more stable and forgiving rear end on fast but short bumps, and is better with landings after big jumps
– Longer rear lower arms, new higher carbon shock tower, longer rear shock, new uprights .
– Rear wing with integrated holders for the ball raced rear anti-roll bar lexan mud-guards to mount on lower rear arms
– Nylon mud-scrapers mount on the new uprights
– Improved differential gears and improved diff-couplers with M5 setscrews.
– Set of 4 top level Serpent white buggy wheels to test