M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis

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M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis
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The M2C Racing Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis is machined from 4mm thick 7075 aircraft grade aluminum materials and clear anodized. Use of this material greatly increases the overall life of the chassis. This chassis features an added 4mm hole that will allow you to run the short rear chassis brace as a tuning option, as well as hardened droop stops to prevent chassis wear and droop changes.

Replaceable Skid Plates
This chassis includes the M2C skid plate design that mount flush on the underside of the chassis. As normal wear happens, the replaceable skid plates will wear and can be replaced as needed, leaving the chassis fresher longer, making this chassis suitable for tracks with high wear characteristics. Additionally, since the skid plates mount flush with the underside of the chassis, they will not effect droop settings or scrub speed on landings.


  • Added 4mm hole for short rear chassis brace
  • Made from 7075 Aluminum
  • 4mm thick
  • Uses the stock motor mount
  • Includes front-rear and rear skid plates
  • Hardened steel droop screw stops

This product was added to our catalog on December 4, 2015

Luke Torres
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Feb 14 2023 (9 months ago)
M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis
So far so good with this chassis! I'm bashing my MT48.3 even though they say "Not for bashing" lol It's still perfectly straight, however, after a couple huge sends I must have hit a rock just right and I have a small indentation in the chassis. Doesn't affect anything luckily, but before bashing with this chassis if you live in a rocky area or take it out somewhere rocky just be aware that if might not hold up to hardcore jumping and landing on rocks. I literally launched my rig a good 60 feet into the air so I'm happy that I only got away with a small indent lol
Bill Davis
Verified Owner
Saturday, May 28 2022 (about a year ago)
M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis
Excellent Quality and just what my MT410 conversion was looking for!! Just grab the longer rear drive shaft, chassis brace kit, wing mount kit if you want a wing, and you're set.
matt n
Verified Owner
Friday, Oct 22 2021 (about 2 years ago)
M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis
Mt410 Stretched Chassis: I used this chassis to stretch my Tekno Mt410 to a longer wheelbase. The m2c chassis is build a lot better than my stock et48.3 chassis I also have. The bolt pattern on the mt410 is the same as the et48.3 just shorter. If you like standing backflips and constant wheelies while running 6s keep the stock length mt410 but for me I like it a lot better now that it's longer with this chassis. I've bought parts from many companies over the years in rc and M2C really has the quality control down to a science. Someone else mentioned that they were having problems with the center spur rubbing. I can confirm that m2c must have rectified this problem since my stock spur doesn't come close to hitting the chassis. Just remember that this is not the full size game changer m2c chassis. This is the stock width racing chassis. Unless you are installing and insane size motor or an 8s esc this chassis will be fine. For bashing with an mt410 stretched conversion defiantly buy the m2c bracing as well
Jonathon Ruiz
Tuesday, Feb 26 2019 (about 4 years ago)
M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis
Chassis is one of the best upgrade and no problems with mine everything fit perfect
Tuesday, Jun 12 2018 (about 5 years ago)
M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis
I had an issue with somtheing rubbing during my build after I installed my center diff using the stock spur. I couldnt see what was rubbing but, when I installed another center diff i had off a differant tekno the rubbing went away. This diff had the lightened steel spur. I came to the conclusion that it was an issue with my stock spur. Maybe it was warped and rubbing on something I couldn't see.

Today I read a review previous to this one about how his spur rubbed on the m2c chassis and he had to shave the edge of the spur to make it work. I went back to mine and found the same issue on my chassis when I use the stock spur. The lightened steel spur is about 2/3 the thickness of the stock spur so thats why the problem went away when I installed it.

I have pictures posted of this in teknoforums.com under DB48 build “It has begun”
Gavin C
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jun 6 2018 (about 5 years ago)
M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis
Not happy. The spur gear rubs against the edge of the milled out section where the motor mount sits. As a result I had to file a chamfer on the front facing edge of the spur so it would spin freely. I was planning on installing a steel spur one day, I guess I can't now
Guy who spends too much....
Verified Owner
Saturday, Jan 27 2018 (about 5 years ago)
M2C Tekno ET48.3 Truggy Chassis
This is a fantastic product! It costs less than Tekno's stock chassis and is noticeably stiffer especially toward the rear end. My truck steers better since adding this chassis. Also, if you "case" a jump or endo, the chassis doesn't excessively flex or whip. I feel more comfortable running my ET without the rear brace with tis chassis.