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Tekno RC CNC Conical Shock Pistons (8x1.3mm)

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This is pack of four optional Tekno RC CNC Conical Shock Pistons. These shock pistons are machined from self lubricating POM material, with a unique and exclusive cone shape. These pistons are machined to perfection and have eight 1.3mm holes. Tekno recommends that these pistons are installed with the convex cone facing down for most track conditions to provide faster rebound and slower compression. But, they can also be run with the convex side facing up for extremely smooth, high traction tracks, but will limit the overall shock travel.

Tekno Shock Piston Rates:

  • Most Pack
    • TKR6050: 10x1.1mm
    • TKR6051: 8x1.3mm
    • TKR6052: 10x1.2mm
    • TKR6053: 8x1.4mm
    • TKR6054: 10x1.3mm
    • TKR6063: 6x1.5mm
    • TKR6064: 6x1.6mm
  • Least Pack

This product was added to our catalog on May 8, 2013

Verified Owner
Friday, Dec 13 2013 (about 5 years ago)
Tekno RC CNC Conical Shock Pistons (8x1.3mm)
These are a must have for the EB48 and the SCT410. They allow for a much more progressive shock response using lighter oil and softer springs.
Verified Owner
Sunday, Oct 25 2015 (about 3 years ago)
Tekno RC CNC Conical Shock Pistons (8x1.3mm)
I agree with Pat. I have every set of CNC Conical Pistons makes for the public and I have tried them all. YES, Even the 10x1.1. Too much pack. Anyway, the 10x1.3 are perfect for just about every track. I run AE oil only and if I got to a track with large jumps, I dump my shocks and go up 5 wt. If I go to a track that is fast, loose with small jump but bumpy, I go down 2.5 weight. Normally, I run 37.5wt front and 32.5 rear. I know pro's use lighter oil but I am not a pro and I do not down side every jump. I need the extra dampening.