M2C Tekno Rear Shock Tower Brace

M2C Tekno Rear Shock Tower Brace
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The M2C Tekno Rear Shock Tower Brace is machined from 6061-t6 and anodized black, and was developed to provide additional support to the upper part of the shock tower, preventing bending. It will also help transfer the pressure of an upside down landing thru the center brace to the chassis and help decrease chassis flex on hard landings, helping to decrease the chance of bending the center drive shafts. The Small spacer is used when only running one brace.
Verified Owner
Monday, Jan 4 2016 (about 5 years ago)
M2C Tekno Rear Shock Tower Brace
The brace itself looks good, I bought it to help stop further damage to the rear carbon shock tower which started to crack just above the bulkhead. It would have been nice to get an installation diagram included as there is no instruction at all, I am a little bewildered as to the purpose of the two really long collared bolts and the inclusion of only one nylock nut? I would have also liked to have seen the inclusion of a second spacer in the case where you don't run the rear brace at all.
Verified Owner
Sunday, Aug 20 2017 (about 3 years ago)
M2C Tekno Rear Shock Tower Brace
Nice product, does what it says, fits well and doesnt really have any downsides.
Verified Owner
Monday, May 15 2017 (about 3 years ago)
M2C Tekno Rear Shock Tower Brace
Perfect fit for my Tekno MT410. Took me about 10 minutes for the install. High quality too
Verified Owner
Friday, May 4 2018 (about 2 years ago)
M2C Tekno Rear Shock Tower Brace
Very nice, one thing to note is currently the spacer it comes with is plastic or delrin and no longer aluminum... probably fine if you have the stock plastic chassis brace but if you have the m2c brace i'd stick an aluminum spacer in there instead so it's consistent on both sides with flex. totally OCD i know.