ProTek RC TLR 22T Titanium Screw Kit (54) (Mid Motor)

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This is an optional ProTek R/C Titanium Screw Kit, intended for use with the Team Losi Racing 22T 1/10 Scale Stadium Truck, in mid motor configuration. This 54 piece kit includes the necessary screws needed to replace all stock screws in low-stress areas.

Want to take performance to a higher level? Lean up your car with ProTek R/C Titanium Screws. Featuring one of the highest strength-to-density ratios out there, titanium is strong, much lighter than steel and is one of the best ways to quickly put your car on a diet. For those who use ballast weights, titanium screws offer the advantage of lowering chassis weight before having to equalize front-to-back or side-to-side weight distribution.

ProTek R/C Titanium Screw Kits have been designed in-house by our leading technical experts and professional R/C drivers. Whereas some other brands use aluminum or low-grade Titanium, ProTek has searched for and found the best Titanium material for R/C applications. These kits are made to stringent standards to deliver the most comprehensive kit on the market. Donít be fooled by cheaper, inferior kits that only include half of the screws you need.

To Maximize the life of ProTek R/C Titanium Screws:

  • Never use with a worn Allen hex tip.
  • Never use in areas where Loctite is to be used.
  • Never use in high stress areas, such as shock mounts or chassis braces.

This product was added to our catalog on August 14, 2014.

Darren Cardoza
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Apr 28 2015 (about 2 years ago)
ProTek RC TLR 22T Titanium Screw Kit (54) (Mid Motor)
Product seems to be made of high quality titanium but it comes without any instructions. This may not be a huge deal but the description openly says this isn't a complete set because titanium shouldn't be used in high stress areas. The product is labeled correctly but doesn't tell you which areas to omit. The end result is you putting your kit together, running out of a particular screw then backtracking to see where you used them incorrectly.)