King Headz Losi 8 B/T 2.0 Upper Servo Saver Arm

King Headz
KHZ-KP-265
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This is a optional King Headz Upper Servo Saver Arm, and is intended for use with the Losi 8ight 2.0 1/8 buggy and truck. This upper servo saver arm has been CNC machined from 7075 aircraft grade aluminum and anodized black for durability and good looks. These are designed to minimize the "flex" that occurs when the stock plastic arms are under high stress conditions like high bite tracks or tracks where the wheels are turned while going through bumps.

Note: This will only work with the original Losi 8ight 2.0 Bell Crank Assembly, not the newest revised version.

Specifications:
Material: 7075 Aircraft Billet Aluminum
Weight: 3.82 grams

This product was added to our catalog on March 30, 2009.

travis barona
Sunday, Jan 2 2011 (about 5 years ago)
King Headz Losi 8 B/T 2.0 Upper Servo Saver Arm
hey john before you give a 2 star review to a AMERICAN SMALL BUSINESS company that has never sold a bad product once maybe you should have bought the right part. there are more than one of these from kingheadz and consumer error doesnt heed nor warrant a 2 star review. fear not as kingheadz customer service and product is second to none. r&d is no joke.
Andres Graglia
Wednesday, May 8 2013 (about 3 years ago)
King Headz Losi 8 B/T 2.0 Upper Servo Saver Arm
When was this part modified? How can I know which is the correct part for my 2.0? I've bought it on Jan 2012. Thanks
Jarvis
Verified Owner
Friday, May 4 2012 (about 4 years ago)
King Headz Losi 8 B/T 2.0 Upper Servo Saver Arm
Discontinue! I agree King Headz has some good parts, but a note should have been added to the part description to warn customers. I now have a part I cannot use. I ordered the original Losi part instead.
John Edmond
Thursday, May 20 2010 (about 6 years ago)
King Headz Losi 8 B/T 2.0 Upper Servo Saver Arm
Dont buy this if you have the Newer 2.0. It only works with the Original 2.0 steering, which was changed back to the 1.0 because of breaking problems.