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May 14, 2012

Add Some RPM to Your Losi

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Written by: Derek Buono

RPM has been rolling out some of the finest aftermarket parts for your favorite vehicles for over 30 years. Slated for a 5-29 release are these great new A-arms for your Losi Ten-SCTE, Ten-T & 810.

RPM A-arms for the Losi Ten-SCTE, Ten-T & 810 are designed with strength and durability as our primary goals. The result – a set of ultra strong, incredibly durable A-arms that are sure to exceed the demands of racers and bashers alike. RPM A-arms are designed using our standard 30° leading and trailing edges which gives each A-arm a slim, aerodynamic shape and helps the A-arm transition up and over objects instead of bluntly plowing into them. Key areas that needed additional strength such as the outer hinge pin support diameters have been beefed up by as much as 60% so those less than perfect “incidents” won’t end your day of fun.

For performance enhancements, we tightened all of the slop out of the A-arm design, creating a much smoother, more consistent platform for reliable camber, caster and toe angle settings. Suspension geometry has been left to stock settings, making RPM A-arms a simple swap with very little needed to be done to get back on the track.

RPM A-arms for the Losi Ten-SCTE, Ten-T & 810 are sold in pairs, molded in our trademark blend of indestructible nylons and manufactured in the USA!

73142 Rear A-arms for the Ten-SCTE, Ten-T & 810

73262 Front A-arms for the Ten-SCTE, Ten-T & 810

Suggested Retail
$12.95 / pair



About the Author

Derek Buono
Derek Buono– Started in the industry as an assistant editor at RC Car Action where he spent 2 years before being recruited by Xtreme RC Cars Magazine. For the past 10 years Derek lead Xtreme RC Cars and helped double the circulation, improved editorial quality and helped lead the market in design and creativity. Derek@vrcmag.com




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