Serpent 811-Be 2.1 "Cobra" 1/8 Off Road Competition Electric Buggy Kit
This is the Serpent 811-Be 2.1 "Cobra" 1/8 Off Road Competition Electric Buggy Kit. After another year of racing around the globe in the hands of factory drivers, the Serpent 811-Be buggy has been updated with improvements that make it even more competitive! The general feedback from the factory pilots is very good, with durability rated as one of the best on the market. The shocks are excellent, and the diffs and drivetrain with can handle the beating that is common in 1/8 scale racing. These same drivers have requested a more responsive rear end, combined with a bit more steering. So Serpents team of engineers set out to accomplish this in order to deliver the most competitive car that could be. The changes for the 2.1 version are not big, but will get you around the track easier and faster.
Features include a state of the art design of the central section, with advanced integrated standing servo, receiver, ESC bracket, ingenious motor-bracket and lay-down Lipo-pack configuration with practical lid-system. Extremely narrow and low design, optimized for overall weight balance. Low body-design and low rear wing/wingmount.
NOTE: Wheels and tires shown in photos are for illustrative purposes only and are not included. Included body is clear and requires painting. See needed to complete list below for a full list of items required to complete the model.
811-Be 2.1 Updates:
- V2 1/8 buggy uprights
- V2 buggy wheelaxle
- 98mm buggy driveshaft
- Rubber wheel-axle boot
- Aluminum 14° C-hub L+R
- 2.3mm front antiroll bar
Class: 1/8 scale 4wd offroad, electric powered
Type: kit-version, high end competition
Differential: Front, center and rear
Shocks: 16mm big bore
- Full color manual
- Set-up sheet
Needed to Complete:
- 1/8 Scale Electronic Speed Control
- 1/8 Scale Electric Motor
- (2) 2S LiPo Batteries & Charger
- Radio Gear & High Torque Steering Servo
- Tires & Wheels
- Polycarbonate Paint for Body
This product was added to our catalog on May 29, 2015.