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"Copperhead" for Serpent 811T
Stock is LOW!

Looks be damned!
"That is the ugliest sickest body ever!" - Customer

The new Copperhead for 811T has been designed to maximize frontal downforce.
Design criteria included:

                                1. Less vertical and smoother front end.
                                2. Even more "cab forward" than the stock Serpent body.
                                3. Strengthen "hinge" points to help prevent premature cracking.
                                4. Front splitter and large canards help increase front downforce.
                                5. Design input from racer Jeremy Whiting:
                                        a. Flipping rear mounts 180 degrees allows easier body mounting.
                                        b. Clearance around rear shocks to allow easier ride height adjustment with body on.
                                        c. Jeremy recommends full rear wing to balance the increase in front downforce.
                                6. And just to be safe, .060" GE lexan!
(with clear overspray mask)
 3D Flash Model (click on to rotate, +- to zoom):

Bodies come untrimmed and unpainted.

Here it is trimmed out with window masks applied.

Designed and manufactured in the USA!

Price is $32 + shipping.

Includes basic window masks and instructions.

Shipping to US seems to be about $10-14.
For you overseas guys, if I use USPS, shipping is about $30-$50.

Stock is LOW! (less than 10)

Order 3 or more to get the discount price of $30 each!

email me your Paypal info to:
Please include how many you'd like and your approximate location (to calculate shipping)
and I will send you a Paypal invoice.

Make sure your Paypal address is up to date too, Thanks.

This is Sam's new Copperhead body on his Serpent 811T. It looks too nice to race!

See his nice tutorial at:

Here is Ross's 811T painted by RCS Graphics Worx:

More renderings (Designed in Proe Wildfire 5.0):

Jeremy's personal ride.

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