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URC Newsbot - 1.08.13, 6:40 am Post #1: | Reply With Quote

King Headz have released this LCG aluminium motor mount for the Slash 44. CNC machined from 7075 grade aluminium and anodized black, it replaces the stock plastic motor mount. This mount will directly work with either the slipper or center diff and was designed to use he included 10X19X5 bearings which are much stronger than the stock 10X15X4 bearing.
Source: King Headz [kingheads.com]

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indy34096 - 1.08.13, 4:48 pm Post #2: | Reply With Quote
Definitely saw this coming, though will it be needed as badly on the LCG chassis compared to the old chassis?
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Soulforged - 1.08.13, 7:27 pm Post #3: | Reply With Quote
no one really knows yet of the new lcg motor mount is as much a needed upgrade as on the original slash, time has yet to tell. however im sure it will be peace of mind for some.
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BillDeLong - 1.09.13, 6:04 am Post #4: | Reply With Quote
Hmm, they changed the design of the motor mount? Then how were folks able to convert to LCG before with the old motor mount???
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tamiyafier - 1.09.13, 6:11 am Post #5: | Reply With Quote
BillDeLong said
Hmm, they changed the design of the motor mount? Then how were folks able to convert to LCG before with the old motor mount???
I am pretty sure that all the pre-Rally LCG chassis had their own motor mounts.
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