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Traxxas Slash 2WD LCG Conversion Kit TRA5830

Traxxas Slash 2WD LCG Conversion Kit TRA5830

One way to get better handling out of your Traxxas 2wd Slash is to put a low center of gravity chassis on it. Now Traxxas has released a complete LCG Conversion Kit for the Slash 2wd. It comes with a blue chassis and everything you need to make the conversion. The part number for the Traxxas Slash conversion kit is TRA5830, [...]

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ASK Cub Reporter, 09.05.2013, Version- Hey Look, M…

Torment Xtreme LCG Kit I have a new Torment and I’m interested in putting an Xtreme LCG kit on my truck. My only question is, what is the ground clearance after you put the Xtreme LCG kit on the Torment? How does this truck compare to a 2wd Slash with the STRC LCG kit on it as far as handling goes? I [...]

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Traxxas Robby Gordon Edition Dakar Slash

We finally got some official news/specs on the Traxxas Robby Gordon Edition Dakar Slash. We have made a few posts about this vehicle now. We first reported HERE about a very trick Speed Energy Robbie Gordon Traxxas truck, and then we posted a bunch of pictures here. This time around we have a picture of a second body, and [...]

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Traxxas Nitro Slash – 2WD with 3.3 Engine?

There has been no official word yet from TRAXXAS, but rumors are flying about a new Traxxas Nitro Slash being announced soon! So we are going to keep this filled under the rumor mill category till we get the official word. It sounds like it’s based loosely off their new LCG style with a aluminum chassis, and the popular 3.3TRX [...]

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Pro-Line Pro-2 Hops-ups for the Traxxas Slash 2WD

Looking to beef up your Traxxas Slash some more? Check out these new Pro-2 hop-ups from Pro-Line! They have a new Front Bumper with Bulk Head, Rear Bumper, ProTrac Axle Kit, Front and Rear Clamping Hexes, and finally Serrated Locking Wheel Nuts! #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see [...]

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ST Racing Concepts – L Bracket for Slash LCG…

Own one of those cool STRC LCG Chassis’s for the Traxxas 2WD Slash? Well ST Racing Concepts has released a “L” bracket as a upgrade/improvement to their own design which is normally filled by four spacers. The bracket makes the chassis more rigid and is available in Black, Blue, Green, Gun Metal and Silver for the low cost of $6.99. [...]

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Pro-Line Pro-2 LCG Performance Chassis

Way back in July we we posted pictures and some info about the new Pro-Line Pro-2 LCG Performance Chassis for the Traxxas Slash 2wd truck. Today we got some shiny new pictures along with a little more info. It sounds like it will be shipping VERY soon, and the price will be $127. For those that missed the info before, [...]

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THE Cub Report, 09.10.2012, Version- Don’t R…

What a great weekend huh? Formula 1 was in full effect at Monza, American motocross wrapped up their series in the heart of the 909, and NFL football had a full schedule, it just doesn’t get much better than that. Actually it does- when you have enough time left over to break out the rc’s and get some bashing in. First [...]

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Exotek Spring Cups for Traxxas Slash

Exotek Option Parts for Traxxas Slash Series

The crew over at Exotek has announced some new option parts for the Traxxas Slash 2wd and 4wd off road trucks. Pictured above are the new Exotek locking spring cups, they lock on and don’t pop off like the stock units. These come in either red or blue and have a street price of $20. Pictured below are a line-up [...]

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Pro-Line Extended Front and Rear Body Mounts for S…

Pro-Line had us at ‘Twist and Extend’ when we saw these new Extended Body Posts they were using with their new Ford Focus Rally Car Body back at RCX. They have several different style posts that will fit the Traxxas Slash 2WD, 4WD, and Losi TEN SCTE! So if you want to turn your short course truck into a rally [...]

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RC Racing at Traxxas TORC Event

One of the festivities held during a Traxxas TORC event is their Pro Driver RC Challenge. This is where all the top drivers from the full scale event go toe to toe racing Traxxas Slash 2wd trucks. While watching the rc race it’s easy to see that all the full scale drivers, guys that risk life and limb on the [...]

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ST Racing Concepts – Green Hop Up Parts

The folks from STRC have sent word that will make other hop ups green with envy! The new parts are for the Slash 2WD and Monster Jam trucks. The hop-ups include a Aluminum Pro Racing Battery Strap, Front Body Posts, Slash 2WD LCG Conversion Kit, Rear Motor Guard, Front and Rear Shock Towers, Hub Carriers, 17mm Hex Conversion and [...]

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Pro-Line Body Posts and Rally Body

Since getting my first glimpse back at RCX 2012 of the new body posts and screw on caps, we have been patiently waiting. We got to see the posts again, in what we were told was production form, and should be shipping VERY soon. Not only do we want these, so we can stop buying bags of 100 pins every [...]

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Pro-Line LCG Slash Chassis Sneak Peak!

The folks over at Pro-Line continue to amaze us with the hop-up creations! This time around we have a few sneak peak pictures of their new Pro-Line LCG Chassis for the Traxxas Slash 2WD! The LCG stands for Low Center of Gravity. We don’t know if that’s going to be the official name, or if it be something like the [...]

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Pro-Line Traxxas Performance Transmission Review

THE Pro-Line Traxxas Performance Transmission Review Traxxas has sold roughly 9.412 zillion 2wd Slash’s/Bandit’s/Rustler’s/Stampede’s, and while they are a bashing staple and are generally solid trucks, they aren’t without fault. For example, how many of you Slash owners out there have blown out more than a few (dozen) spur gears? How many of you Stampede owners have cooked a few motors? [...]

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