RC4WD Hardcore Slash G10 Upgrade Kit

Oct 11, 2010 1 Comment by

New from RC4WD:

Hardcore Slash upgrade kit is a beast when it comes to scalism and performance. Radically engineered from ground up with the purest racing breed in mind. This kit is the first production Short Course upgrade that comes with a CNC machined short course straight axle and G10 graphite chassis. Rear racing inspired suspension setup allows optimal and precision cornering at high speed. Hardcore axle comes with full differential and custom made spool for the transmission provides better stability and control in lose dirt and offroad track conditions.

Important Note: All orders will be shipped within 1-2 weeks, we are taking pre-order now. Limited quantity available on first batch.

  • G10 precision cut 4mm chassis
  • Low Center Of Gravity (COG)
  • Realistic rear suspension
  • Billet aluminum hardcore axle with differential
  • Billet trailing arms
  • High performance rear shock
  • Machined suspension links
  • 28 Tooth hardened pinion gear
  • Steel hardened drive axle
  • Steel punisher drive shaft
  • Full ball bearings
  • Billet suspension links with metal rod end
  • Black steel button head hardware
  • This kit require a complete Traxxas Slash 2WD
  • Total parts: 90+
  • Engineeered by RC4WD Team United Kingdom (UK)

What’s included:

  • 1x RC4WD Hardcore Slash Upgrade Kit
  • 1x Full Hardcore Slash manual with 3D drawings

Note: This kit require 2-3 hour assembly time.

Z-C0029 – $349.99

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One Response to “RC4WD Hardcore Slash G10 Upgrade Kit”

  1. Kevin K. says:

    The sad part is that the slash 4×4′s front end could have been used.

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