Posts tagged with RPM

RPM B6 & B6D Gull Wing front A-arms

See: RPM R/C products After the release of the “Flat” front a-arms for the Team Associated B6 and B6D, RPM introduced their new Gull Wing front A-arms. With stock A-arms, the amount of slop at the hinge-pins can cause your suspension settings to wander (RPM found as much as 0.003” or .076mm of clearance in the […]

RPM B6/B6D rear bumper & skid plate

See: RPM R/C products RPM have introduced a rear bumper and skid plate for the Team Associated B6 and B6D. The rear bumper is tiny and extremely lightweight, yet will become the most valuable piece of equipment on your ride the first time that out-of-control guy slams into your backside! It weighs in at a minuscule […]

RPM X-Maxx oversized rear axle carriers

See: RPM RPM have introduced new oversized rear axle carriers for the Traxxas X-Maxx. They were designed to solve two key issues reported by owners of this enormous Monster Truck. The first being durability. RPM have designed these carriers to handle some serious abuse. RPM oversized axle carriers are beefy, with massive support ribs for the strongest […]

RPM Traxxas 1/10 2wd front bulkhead

See: RPM RPM have introduced front bulkhead for Traxxas 1/10 2wd vehicles. RPM’s engineers reviewed the stock front bulkhead and found something curious. The stock front bulkhead does not sit flat, which can seriously affect suspension settings and adjustments. The RPM front bulkhead sits flawlessly level, meaning your front kick angle and A-arm angles will be […]

RPM Traxxas X-Maxx upper & lower A-arms

See: RPM RPM have introcuded a set of new upper & lower A-arms for the Traxxas X-Maxx Monster Truck. Immediately after Traxxas released the X-Maxx, RPM customers noticed that they needed stronger A-arms that could handle the weight and the punishment these massive trucks can dish out. RPM reviewed numerous photos of damage to stock A-arms […]

RPM takes the guesswork out of measuring shocks

See: RPM How do you know if your shocks are built correctly? Do you “eyeball” the rebound of your shocks after rebuilding them? Is that rebound identical to the opposite side shock? How about shock length? Do you have an expensive set of calipers to measure length? Does that set of calipers take into account […]