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Old 04-12-2008, 10:29 AM   #1
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Traxxas Revo carbon fiber parts

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I make a few parts out of carbon fibre for the Traxxas Revo.
I use the stiffest carbon fibre sheets made with the strongest
epoxies available. Every part is made one at a time and
checked for fit and finish to give the best craftsmanship I can
offer. The parts in question are:

- Front brake disk 3mm thick - $19
They give progressive, powerful and consistent braking for the racer
and basher. The edge is sealed with CA. They come already broken
in and ready to rip.

- Rear brake disks 2.5 mm thick - $19
Made of 2.5 mm thick carbon fibre, the edges are sealed with CA,
they come already broken in and ready to use. They give progressive,
powerful and consistent braking.

- Rear bulkhead tie bar 2.5 mm thick - $19
Made of 2.5 mm carbon fibre, it is stiff and lightweight and looks
so good.

- Rear brake lever brace 2.5 mm thick - $7
This little brace stiffens the rear of the tranny case and helps
prevent the screws from stripping out by spreading the load
from the brake lever. It's a great thing to have if you want to
use a high torque servo for the most powerful braking possible.
It comes with two M4X6 mm button head screws.

- Traxxas wing mount tie bar 3 mm thick - $12
Cool Revo racers and bashers use the Traxxas wing mount. The
coolest of the cool Revo racers and bashers put a carbon fiber
tie bar instead of the rear bumper. It is light and ads stiffness
and strength to the mount and it looks so good.

- Chassis cover plate 2 mm thick - $12
(for single steering configuration)

This is a 2 mm thick carbon fibre cover plate for those who prefer
to go with a single steering configuration on their Revo. If you are
left with a hole in your chassis where the second steering servo
used to be, this will cover it with the included M3X8 button hex
head screws and M3 Nylok nuts. It is mainly aesthetic but it is strong
enough to be used as a base to mount whatever you need to on it.

I also have this part for your Revo that you are sure to be interested in:

- T6 aluminum CNC machined rear brake hub - $15

This should make your rear brakes bullet proof, machined to very precise tolerances, top quality.

All prices include shipping to Canada or the USA.

Thank you for your interest.
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