Reviews for Pro-Line Pro-2 LCG Performance Conversion Chassis [PRO6093-00]

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Brian Donnalley
Tuesday, Jun 18 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Pro-Line Pro-2 LCG Performance Conversion Chassis
okay, this is a major upgrade to the original slash chassis. but honestly, if youve got 18 more dollars, check out the fireracing anza chassis for the slash. very similar to this but with carbon fiber instead of plastic and a few other goodies that in my opinion make it a better chassis. dont just go for all the name brand stuff. google a few reviews on the anza and see which one youll like better.
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Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 6 2013 (about 3 years ago)
Pro-Line Pro-2 LCG Performance Conversion Chassis
Just finished assembling my kit the other day. Looks sick finished. I have it loaded with lots of STRC aluminum and a new Proline trans. Its Outfitted with RPM plastic where possible, and a Novak 8.5 brushless with a GTB esc. Almost no stock parts except the front bumper and body mounts. There were a few things to note that were difficult with build. Proline trans fits beautiful. RPM bumper does not mount easily to Proline trans without shims to line up in center on this chassis. Maybe make some kind of chassi protector pads for the bottom as well to keep the chassis clean looking. Could possibly upgrade the radio and esc mount to a slick aluminum one instead of the plastic. The plastic esc mount panel was flimsy and not tall enough to mount a esc with a fan under under the plate. This made it difficult to put both the radio and esc in the car nicely. I fabricated an aluminum plate and then I mounted my esc on the top and the radio to the underside of the plate. Worked well and is easily removable now. Recommend this chassis instead of a rtr if your looking to have the sickest looking truck out there for a similar price to traxxas best short course kit.
Nicholas Blais
Saturday, Dec 8 2012 (about 3 years ago)
Pro-Line Pro-2 LCG Performance Conversion Chassis
This chassis does exactly what what the decription says! Why spend $300 on a car kit to see if you want to get into racing. Purchase one of these chassis, bolt all your slash componets on and a set of proline tires for the track you are running and your good to go. I have been running mine for 4 months now and this thing rips. The best thing of all is that you can purchase all the proling upgrades (transmission, shocks, steering, etc) to fit this truck as you get faster and faster on the track.