ST Racing Concepts Traxxas Slash 2WD LCG conversion kit

ST Racing Concepts Traxxas Slash 2WD LCG conversion kit

New from ST Racing Concepts:

Our simple, yet economical and easy to bolt on Slash 2WD LCG conversion kit utilizes the existing Traxxas Rustler chassis components and delivers a huge on track performance improvement over the stock configuration Slash. All components CNC Machined from high-grade aluminum and all necessary hardware included for installation. Featuring the following:

  • CNC Machined Aluminum Front Bumper Mount (2)
  • CNC Machined Rear Battery hold down plate (1)
  • CNC Machined Chassis extension upper plate (1)
  • CNC Machined Chassis extension weight plate (1)
  • CNC Machined Chamfered bottom skid plate (1)
  • CNC Machined Chassis brace plate (1)
  • All hardware (screws and lock nuts) for installation

Performance advantages:

  • Drops battery by more than 2 inches vs. stock chassis
  • Laydown servo position further lowering the CG
  • Slightly shorter wheelbase (by 10mm) for more nimble response (stock Slash body still fit right on)
  • More stability in high speed cornering
  • Quicker left-right transition in slow corners
  • More built in rear traction with chassis extension weight plate as low as possible right beneath the motor
  • Utilizing Traxxas original components allow for true alignment of main chassis structure

Our on track testing shows our LCG conversion kit allows for a 1-1.5 seconds per lap drop in lap times and allow the Slash to be right in the mix with today’s stadium truck based short course truck. Give your Slash a second chance with this LCG conversion kit.

Look for more innovative products for your short course truck coming real soon!

ST5822B/GM/R/S STRC Traxxas Slash 2wd LCG Conversion kit with hardware (requires Traxxas Rustler Chassis (3722A) Upper Chassis (3723A) and Battery hold down (3727A) to complete) MSRP: $49.99 MAP: $39.99

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