Reviews for Pro-Line Performance Steering Kit [PRO6067-00]

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Greg Berkowitz
Friday, Apr 26 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Pro-Line Performance Steering Kit
The type of plastic this is made out if too flexible. I have this in my Slash 2wd. Going through a corner, the steering washes out because the arms start to flex and bend upwards. It's not getting rid of slop, just changing where it happens. The adjustable servo saver is nice in theory in in reality it's very hard to adjust when it's on the truck. Even when I had it tightened all the way down it the steering washed out.
Greg Driscoll
Thursday, Sep 5 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Pro-Line Performance Steering Kit
The problems listed in other reviews may be accurate but I can say that I have this on my slash with the proline lcg and its a must. First, the stock white servo saver does not fit between the servo and the side rail so I had to try it out with no saver and that ended poorly. On the proline lcg, it's pretty easy to adjust but keep in mind, everything in centralized on the chassis so it's not "perfect". I've only used it while racing one season on an indoor clay track and it gave me no problems. I'd traction roll before it washed out. The truck has the proline lcg, rear diff, steering kit, shock towers and a castle 3800kc sct system. It's a great truck. Just not much of a Traxxas any more
C G.
Friday, Sep 7 2012 (about 4 years ago)
Pro-Line Performance Steering Kit
If you still have the sloppy white plastic circle that is supposed to save your servo still on your two wheel drive slash then you are probably having issues driving in a straight line( if not many more lol). Especially if you run on pavement once in a while. This system is a much better design than that disk as it actually has a mechanical centering like in the associated T4. I have this steering rack on a heavily modded aluminum (ST Racing Concepts) slash and it puts up with some bad abuse at the track, as well as at home bashing around. Highly recomend this for an upgrade at a great price.
Chris Cyr
Verified Owner
Friday, Mar 2 2012 (about 4 years ago)
Pro-Line Performance Steering Kit
After browsing around to see what performance upgrades I could do to my slash to make it hang with the big boys, I decided to buy this first. I always felt my steering was really sloppy on my slash, and rustler I used to race, but its completely changed with this product. No more sloppy white servo saver, you can fine tune how tight or lose you want the steering by adjusting this racing style servo saver. The only reason I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars is I found it a bit pricey, compared to other options including aluminum bell cranks, but I highly recommend this to any serious racer driving a slash.