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Team Serpent 411 Sport Touring Car

Team Serpent 411 SportTeam Serpent just unveiled the sport edition of their competition level 411 1/10 scale touring car. To reduce costs for the club racer Serpent replaced many of the carbon fiber parts found on the original 411 and 411 Team Edition cars with parts made of a durable black “glass fiber” material. The result is a car that handles and performs like it’s more expensive brother but with a smaller price tag. What makes this so great is that you can upgrade the car to a full 411 Team Edition as time and money permits.

Chassis
Super narrow, symmetrical, durable black glass-fibre  chassis plate with optimized flex design, countersunk holes, central section holes all perfectly in center, pockets for gear diff, spool and spur.

Chassis Top Deck
Durable black glass-fibre top deck with optimized flex design. Battery-mount brackets and  Lipo battery holders. Easy to use nylon battery tape holder, which allow the battery tape to run over instead of under the chassis. The holders can be reversed for other battery position. The Lipo holders will securely keep the Lipo in place, also at hard impact.

Servo Mount
The servo is mounted on a separate plate so flex is less influenced.

Front Shock Tower
Black glass fibre  shock tower with  3 upper shock mounting holes to choose from . Holes for an extra central body post are already made as well.

Front Bracket
Machined aluminum front brackets, with belt tension adjusting through excenters. Suspension brackets in durable nylon.

Front Suspension
Durable lower front wishbones connected to the inner brackets with strong steel pivot pins.  An anti-roll bar system can be mounted as option.

Steering
The c-hub type front system creates a super precise steering feeling with great feedback, and strong wheel guidance without chatter.

Rear Shock Tower
Black glass fibre  shock tower with  4 upper shock mounting holes to choose from . The rear body posts are mounted to the top of the rear shock tower.

Rear Bracket
Machined aluminum rear brackets, with belt tension adjusting through excenters. Suspension brackets in durable nylon with  3.0 RR RR and split type  0.0 blocks RR FR

Rear Suspension
Durable lower rear  wishbones connected to the inner brackets with strong steel pivot pins.  An anti-roll bar system can be mounted as option.

Rear Upright
Strong rear uprights with 2 upper positions, for perfect guidance of the rear wheels.

Motor Mount
Machined aluminum  motor mount  / middle shaft support.

Bumper
Large foam front bumper captured by a upper and lower nylon bumper

Body Mount
Front body mount is mounted through the front bumper, and the rear ones are seated on the shock tower. Multiple body position holes to choose from.

Gear Diff
Very compact ball raced gear differential in the rear, with steel gears and axles for durablity.

Spool
Front nylon lightweight spool with screw mounted front gear pully

Belts
Smooth low friction fine pitch  belts combined with optimized nylon pulleys

Driveshaft
Steel driveshafts, combined with ballraced wheel axles  and nylon wheel-hex adapters

Steering  system
Steering system with  optimized ackermann for neutral steering-feeling.

Shocks
Latest type RCM  competition shock absorbers with membranes and checked color coded race springs.

Ball Bearings
Fully ball raced with oiled high speed sealed stainless steel bearings.

Options
The Serpent 411 Sport is based on the high end race version of the 411.  All parts from the 411 race-version and also all optional fit  the  411 Sport.  This allows you to upgrade your  411 Sport  to a higher level race spec step by step, with the parts  you  select.  The 411 Sport parts manual  shows those parts, and you can find them in the optional section of the 411 Sport as well.

Source: Team Serpent

 
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