joost is correct.
Damper tubes- BMI
Blue podplates- CRC
Blue adjustable schockmount- KSG Motorsports
Axle and hubs - IRS
Top podplate- Powell Racing Components (PRC) but is out of business.
The KSG shockmount fits 1:1. It uses the exact same screw paterns as the original plastic one. It looks trick and has the same blue anodising as Team Associated. I must admit though, I always ran the shock at the lowest position and talking to MarkA recently he did the same (a good driver that drove the L2 very succesfully in the US). That is why last month i swapped it again for the original black plastic shockmount. The black plastic mount is a little lighter (only a few grams though) and it looks cleaner without 2 blue post sticking up. I would advice not to buy it. It is quite expensive and you don't need the setup options.
I used a tamiya TRF damper before but i had some problems with it while using the Team Associated silver spring.
I am using a Team Associated TC VCS shock now. It came with the KSG oval car I bought a long time ago. (the KSG shockmount also came from that car) http://www.teamassociated.ch/article...cle=1000007489
. I still use the original L2 piston and shock cap etc.
Throw the associated O-rings away and use Kyosho red grooved O-rings. A very good tip i got from MarkA. It works smooth so far without leaking and i can set my pod droop, sag and preload through a wide range when raking the chassis backwards or forwards. Something i had problems with when using the tamiya shock and silver spring. It was giving me too much preload in certain setups.
On the crc website it shows that the CRC podplates come with CRC engraved at the back of the left podplate. When i bought the blue set off ebay 4-5 years or so ago the podplates didn't have the CRC engraved when i received it (was pleasently surprised it came without the CRC engraving) so not sure if the new plates come with or without CRC engraving. I bought the red CRC podplates as well and they didn't come with any engraving either so maybe worth to mail crc about it. Then it doesn't come as a surprise if it comes with CRC at the back.
And no i will never sell my car.