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Old 10-26-2010, 09:46 AM   #1
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Default Losi v2 shock tower vs. King headz v2 shock tower

I was noticing the losi v2 tower has the extra forth hole for more traction. The king hendz has 2 extra holes , would this be the better choice for traction?
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Its an option ,,, go for it,,,,
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The KHZ tower has more shock mounting holes but doesn't have the additional camber link holes that the losi V2 does. I've run the KHZ V2 and it is a very nice tower, but your best bet is probably the losi one. The new camber holes are nice to have.
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