Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)

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This is a set of two Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks, and are intended for use with the Traxxas Slash 2WD and 4x4 Short Course Trucks. Enhance the overall performance of your stock Slash or your ProTrac™ Suspension Kit Slash with PowerStroke Shocks.

PowerStoke Features:

  • True dual-stage spring rate
  • Aluminum body and shock cap
  • Infinite spring pre-load adjustment
  • Beefy 3.5mm shock shafts
  • Injection molded, super durable spring retainer and shock ends
  • Bladder sealed shock cap
  • Free flow molded pistons
  • Dual O-ring seats and upper and lower shock shaft guides
  • Pre-assembled – just add oil!
  • Fits stock Slash or ProTrac™ Suspension Kit for Slash

    ProLine Shock Data

What’s included:

  • (2) Pre-assembled PowerStroke Performance Front Shocks

This product was added to our catalog on January 13, 2010

Wednesday, Sep 15 2010 (about 13 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
Great shocks, very tunable, would suggest replacing lower mounts with stock Traxxas ones. Other than that, these are good to go. I'll rate them four stars only because the lower mounts seem semi-weak. If these came with beefier lower mounts they'd be five star without doubt.
Adam Pinck
Thursday, Mar 28 2013 (about 10 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
These shock are costly, but well worth it! Super tough and they look sweet. After a few weeks of bashing them pretty hard on my back yard track, I have had no problems at all with these shocks. Highly recommended!!
C to tha G
Tuesday, Jan 29 2013 (about 10 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
I gave these a bad rating previously because the clip issue mentioned before. I recently bought these for a friend as a present and the e clip issue that I previously encountered was fixed. Proline replaced the shock shaft in the new shocks with the lock nut style shock shaft. You can buy the lock nut style shafts separately on amazon but I haven't seen them on a main yet.
Brandon Steinle
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Apr 20 2010 (about 13 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
Very cool shocks! These especially work well with the Proline protrac suspension kit (Slash 2wd). The combination of the two makes a Traxxas slash very competitive.
Jonathan Hogue
Tuesday, Aug 16 2022 (about a year ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
Please be advised, that I race offroad in the stock class with x2 Slash 4x4s. I've put these through the wringer as a racer and they're held up amazingly well. Outside of their rugged durability and aesthetically pleasing appearance, the performance of this suspension is U-N-R-E-A-L! I recommend these to anyone looking for a competitive edge, especially in the racing world. Add to it that Pro-Line has suspension tuning kits for this suspension setup and you're going to be thrilled.

I tested two Slash 4x4s, one after the other, at the club track. It's an enormous track, technical, huge hits, and fast straightaways, and this suspension outshined every other configuration that I tried. I noted lap times between the Traxxas GTR suspension, stock, and more, and the laps were far better with the Pro-Line suspension.

Do yourself a favor and upgrade to these shocks, regardless of if you're racing or bashing!
David Petrus
Verified Owner
Saturday, Feb 20 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
Real good, just make sure you bleed them right or end up with 7up in your shock.
Friday, Jan 31 2014 (about 9 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
Aluminum is machined well, threads are nice, very tough shocks, those who blow out cups don't know how to drive and are slamming things at full speed. Shock pistons are terrible, stock springs are terrible for lightweight 2wd cars. Installed on a Ultima SC they work well after pistons are polished and drilled out along with losi springs (perfect fit).

Really needs derlin pistons, plastic ones are soft junk, but for the money, these are pretty good.
Don Garrison
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Sep 7 2010 (about 13 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
Very cool shocks! These especially work well on the 4x4 slash.
Friday, Jun 24 2011 (about 12 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
I thank you for the up-date.
What kind of shocks do you use? I have the Traxxas JATO but the shocks are a bit short I want a longer travel going to race on a track e-mail me at
Ram Ashuri
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Feb 21 2018 (about 5 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
7 out of 10
holes is to Small...
i had to find adapter..
Monday, Apr 26 2010 (about 13 years ago)
Pro-Line PowerStroke Front Shocks (2) (Slash)
don't wast your money they are junk !!
in one race day lost two C clips
shock falls apart and lost all the parts