September 11, 2020

Serpent Natrix 750 Evo 1/10 GP

Serpent have introduced the Natrix 750 Evo, the follow up to the company’s successful line of 1/10th 200mm nitro cars. Starting with the back bone of the car, the chassis has been improved regarding its flex characteristics and now takes on the isolated weight bridge from the 989 and incorporates a way to use a small adjustable weight in the front for high grip conditions. The rear suspension is all new and features the possibility of a toe change during suspension travel which due to its unique design there is zero binding under all circumstances. In the neutral position the toe-change is absolute zero however the higher the link is mounted on the upright, the more toe-gain is achieved under compression resulting in more rear traction under acceleration. The 2-speed gearbox is also completely new and is based on the 989 gearbox and bullet-proofed. The shocks are taken from the 989 and provide trouble-free, low friction action for increased traction. As an option you can now mount a heave damper setup on the front and the rear, in this way it is possible to change heave adjustments more or less independent of roll adjustments. As an example it is possible to have a very light roll damping combined with a very high heave damping, something which is not possible with a classic suspension. The third damper can be used to only alter the damping characteristics without a third spring, but also to add a spring to alter spring rates for heave.

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