New HPI Savage parts

(Source: HPI europe)

87245 - SAVAGE SUSPENSION CONVERSION SET

The Savage Suspension Conversion Set fits all Savage trucks and includes new Aluminium Upper Arm Braces, Aluminium Knuckles, Aluminium Knuckle Carriers, Aluminium Rear Spindle Carriers, Adjustable Upper Arm Link Set, thread lock, screws, wrench and complete installation instructions.

The conversion lowers the roll centre, improves steering response and provides more tuning options for faster lap times on the racetrack. The machined billet aluminium parts also add strength and durability. All alloy parts are purple anodized for q custom look that matches other HPI factory option parts.


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86372 - LEFT SPINDLE (PURPLE)

The Aluminium Left Spindle adds more caster angle for improved handling characteristics. Aluminum parts increase the strength and durability of your truck.


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86373 - RIGHT SPINDLE (PURPLE)

The Right Spindle adds more caster angle for improved handling characteristics. Aluminum parts increase the strength and durability of your truck.

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86374 - UPPER ARM BRACE (PURPLE)

The Aluminium Upper Arm Brace adjusts the roll centre by changing the location of the inner camber link mounts. This reduces the amount of chassis roll, improving overall on-track performance.

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86375 - REAR HUB CARRIER LEFT (PURPLE)

The aluminum spindle carrier is stronger and more durable. The built-in toe angle also eliminates the need for the stock toe linkage rod assembly for a simple and clean rear suspension.

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86384 - REAR HUB CARRIER RIGHT (PURPLE)

The aluminum spindle carrier is stronger and more durable. The built-in toe angle also eliminates the need for the stock toe linkage rod assembly for a simple and clean rear suspension.

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