FRONT CARBON SHOCK TOWER FOR THE TEAM ASSOCIATED B4.2
This new Front Carbon Shock Tower for the Associated B4.2 comes as complete Set with all required mounting Hardware. It is made from glossy 5mm Carbon Fiber, is super lightweight with only 14.0g and gives your B4 a nice Factory Team look. It features an additional inner Shock Position which will be a big advantage on high bite Tracks such as Carpet or AstroTurf .
● CNC MACHINED IN GERMANY
● PERFECT FIT – DURABLE DESIGN
● ONLY 14.0g
● NEW PSM‘13 CARBON MATERIAL
● HIGH QUALITY 5MM GLOSSY CARBON
● IMPACT PROVED – DURABLE DESIGN
● INCLUSIVE REQUIRED HARDWARE
● ADDITIONAL SHOCK POSITION
Now look at the side view! 5mm thick is no joke! It’s nice to see a company just do its thing and not follow everyone else with design and style. Typically you’d see carbon front shock towers in 3mm, 3.5mm, or even 4mm, but PSM isn’t making a shock tower for your momma….go big or go home with 5mm! So obviously this is more intended for carpet/ultra high bite tracks where “zero flex” would be ideal, but you could run it on any B4 car practically anywhere. For me, I personally like the vertically mounted inner ballstud for the fine tuning of roll center, though I’d love to give this a try and see if it actually made a difference to the car’s “feel”. BTW, yer bellcrank ballstud’s a little loose!
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