Upgrade to 7075 aluminium for a tough, lightweight and durable chassis.
7075 aluminium is the strongest aluminium alloy used in RC racing, and it's easy to see why: it can be machined to extremely high tolerances, it is amazingly strong, it always retains its stiffness and when used properly it is lighter than comparable products made of cheaper and weaker aluminium.
By fitting this suspension holder to your Trophy 3.5, you will experience not only faster speeds because of the lighter weight, but most of all you will have more reliable suspension settings because the it will not flex as much as the standard part. It will also resist bending and crash damage, giving you a more reliable car.
Check out all the great racing options available for the Trophy 3.5:
#101122 Alum. Anodized Chassis 7075 3mm
#101115 Big Bore Shock Set Front
#101116 Big Bore Shock Set Rear
#101112 Front Holder for Diff Gear Woven Graphite
#101113 Upper Chassis Woven Graphite
#101127 Front Universal Shaft
#101128 Middle Universal Shaft
#101130 St. Holder Support 6061
#101131 Front Shock Tower 7075 4mm
#101129 Rear Shock Tower 7075 4mm
#101133 Rear Suspension Holder 7075
#101035 44T Stainless Steel Spur Gear
#101135 Steering Brace
#101137 Steering Arms 7075
#101138 Front/Rear Hardened Diff
#101139 Centre Hardened Diff
#101142 Hard Diff Gear Set
#101146 Alum. Suspension Holder (0 Deg) 6061
#101147 Alum. Suspension Holder (3 Deg) 6061
#101148 Alum. Front Chassis Anti Bending Rod
#101149 Alum. Rear Chassis Anti Bending Rod
#101150 CNC Engine Cooling Mount Set
#101151 CNC Tuned Pipe Mount
- Brand: HPI
- Part No: HPI-101133
- Fitment: Option Part
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