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Old 13-12-2011
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Default SERPENT 811 Setups

Please use this thread for posting setups for the 811 only.
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Heres the link to serpents set up page

http://serpent.com/product/600001/setups/
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anyone got good base setup for astro? looked at billys set up and its a little left field for our tracks/weather
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Speak to Badger5 he was going well at Swindon on their Astro but I don't know what set up he was running ?
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At Swindon I was using a pretty much stock set up and found the rear to be pretty dam hard but front soft, also it was a bit hard to control the grip roll. I have change a few things since but not had the chance to try it yet.
I was running Schumacher yellow mini pins that were trimmed front and rear, I think 2 rows inside and outer.
I have changed the roll bars from 2.5mm to 2.3mm front and rear to stop the inside rearvwheel lifting off on fast corners and allow the body to roll a bit more. The stock rear springs are the harder ones and the fronts pretty much the softest, so I've gone softer on the rear and a bit harder on the front. Hopefully this will help lift the front a bit more on jumps and stop the rear jumping and bucking on hard bumps etc.
I'm working in Quebec at the mo, and when I return home hopefully will get the chance this month to try out and play a bit more with the set up. But I think it would be good if we all could post and help out with our astro set ups with this buggy. Once I've ot my set up more to where I like it then I'll post up a set up sheet.
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nice one badger thanks for that,maybe we could all sort a "track day",somewhere in the middle so not to bad traveling for us all,think we would all benefit from this.i've been playing with the 8hole pistons drilled to 1.2 32.5wt rear and 40wt front.seems to help the buckaroo over small bumps/ruts.
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