Pro-Spec Shocks (Front)
for Short Course Front
This is a pair of Pro-Line Front Pro-Spec Shocks (kit form). The next generation of Pro-Line Shock Technology has arrived: Pro-Line Pro-Spec Shocks! Every last detail has been refined to give you the best performing and best looking Shocks ever made. The Pro-Spec Shocks are a 12mm Big Bore design with a Single Low Friction X-Ring Seal. The Pistons and Shaft Guides are made from Silky Smooth White Delrin for Low Stiction and the 3.5mm thick Shock Shaft is Hard Chrome Coated, just like full scale racing shocks.
The Pro-Spec Shocks feature an easy access Bleeder Cap Screw for consistent shock builds every time. Each pair of Pro-Spec Shocks includes 3 different piston options (1.4, 1.6 & 1.8) and a blank piston for drilling to a custom size. Custom Shock Tightening Tools and optional shock limiters are also included. Pro-Line’s new Pro-Spec Shocks come in kit form with build instructions, so you can build the shocks exactly how you want. Optional Pro-Spec Springs are available separately. Upper and lower shock pivot balls are included so you can fit a wider range of vehicles right out of the box.
Experience the Performance of Pro-Line’s Next Generation Shock Technology for yourself – Get Pro-Spec Shocks!
Check out this video we found featuring Pro-Line driver Ty Tessmann putting down some hot laps!
Pro-Line Racing and Thunder Alley Raceway are teaming up to present the upcoming event known as The Dual. This unique event starts at the Pro-Line Racing facility, and ends at Thunder Alley Raceway. Check out the promo video!
VIDEO: Pro-Line PRO-2 SC Part II
|Blais Racing, Top Notch Series Round 6 Race Report!
Nick Blais takes the Pro-2 and 1/8 E-Buggy Championships!
Top Notch Round 6
By Nick Blais:
Redland’s Raceway was to shut down and the schedule brought us right back to IERC Raceway where it all started. Wow is all I can say about IERC. The track was completely different since the last time we were here. The dirt was a lot like West Coast Raceway, and they installed a mister system like OCRC. It needed a little time to break in but once it did my Pro-Line Ions were hooked up. The track was pretty simple to get around with some pretty mild jumps and fast sweeping turns, both of my Tekno’s and my Pro-Line PRO-2 SC Truck were ready for racing.
I was to get off to a good qualifying round with my Tekno EB48 but I was to miss the TQ by just a little after Rudy Rico was to lay it down in his new EB48.2 with his Tekin 2650 motor! I don’t know how we are ever going to be able to hang with this kid anymore. I was on his TQ pace in round two but on the last lap I was to get taken out twice by Jay Murphy, go figure. My pro 2 class I was the man to beat. The track was perfect for my Pro-Line PRO-2 SC truck and I was sliding the truck wherever I wanted to put it and I was to take the TQ by 6 seconds over Travis Brock. He was to get Murphy’ed on heat two so he was unable to beat me out for the TQ.
I was able to get off to a blistering pace with my SCT410 but Rudy again was on fire and were both able to run a 16 lap runs on such a huge track and no one else could touch that. I was to come up short by 1 second for the TQ spot. I was able to win the second heat but it was not good enough for the TQ. Race 6 1/8 buggy was off and running and before the first couple of turns I was getting pushed wide by Carlos driving pretty aggressive for the first ten seconds of the race. I had to stay patient but I had to get back up there to start chasing down Rudy before he started taking off. I got by Carlos before the first lap was over with a sweet inside move. I was able to put a charge on from that point but we got into lappers pretty fast and that made all the difference. Rudy just ran away with the win but I was right there if anything was going to happen.
The 2013 Southern Nationals was held at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center in West Monroe, LA this past weekend. The Southern Nationals has been a hit here in the South for the past three years and this year there were over 300 entries. Race director Notch Johnson provided exciting announcing backed by a smooth race program. Jeff Gray and the track crew did a phenominal job producing this race.
Here is a video of Adam Drake from Round 2 in ProBuggy class.
Just in case you missed it we wanted to share the 2013 Medicine Hat Shootout promo video.
The 2013 Medicine Hat Shootout was held in lovely Medicine Hat Alberta, this race has become the “must attend” event of the off-road season in Western Canada. Featured in this race are Pro-Line drivers Ty Tessmann, Peter Tozer, Dustin Fedoza and Brady Cox.
You may have seen or heard about the New Pro-Line Type-R and Phantom bodies that are coming soon.
See more pictures here at RedRC.Net
|Blais Racing, JBRL Round 7 Race Report!
Nick Blais takes the Pro-2 TQ and Win!
|JBRL Round 7
Palm Desert RC Raceway
9-14-2013By Nick Blais:HOT, HOT, HOT! The Blais Racing crew picked me up Thursday night and we headed for Palm Desert Raceway. After getting off the freeway around 10pm we noticed that the thermostat said it was 94 degrees outside. They were doing some track check over’s when we got there and they said we could hit the track if we wanted too. So I ran what juice was left in my Venom battery packs from the last race I went to. The track was hooked up thanks to them running it dry for the past couple of weeks. After running Friday when it was about 110 outside it was time to stiffen up all the suspension as you could tell by the chassis getting completely ground down. My Pro-Line tire choice would be to run MX IONs in the rear with M3 Blockades in front on my SC trucks. My Tekno EB48 was completely dialed with Pro-Line MX Blockades wrapped all the way around. You could tell it was going to be good racing.Race Day qualifying went very good for me with my Tekno’s and my new Pro-Line PRO-2 truck that was awesome. Pro 4 was up first and I was able to get a pretty good pace going but everybody was going fast and I knew I was going to have to pick up the pace in round two. I ran with David Jenson for most of the qualifier until I mad about a ten second mistake as it takes a long time for the turn marshals to get to you on such a big track. Round 2 I was able to put together a sweet first lap and that kept me going as I was to keep that pace and take the TQ for pro 4 thanks to the changes I made to the Tekno SCT410.
Pro 2 was up next with my Pro-Line PRO-2 truck doing wheelies with how good my IONs were hooked up. I was able to get a good pace going with Ryan Dunford very close the whole way but I would take the TQ by less than a second but pretty far ahead of third. I was able to win the second heat locking up the TQ for the main. So now time to break out the super fast toys my Tekno EB48. Time for one more TQ or that’s just what I was wishing. I got off to a pretty good steady run but was just running a little slower pace than everyone. Second heat came around and I was able to pull the win but it was only good for a 5th place starting position.
Pro 2 race 16 was off to a good start until I got to the first triple jump and I came up short but my prototype Big Bore Pro-Line shocks were to keep me on the track and able to maintain the lead. I was going good until Dunford pulled up on me again and after struggling through the whoops he was to land on the back of my truck sending me into the pipe but back on the gas again going for the lead back I was to roll it over and letting Matt by for 2nd. Dunford made a mistake in the whoops and I was to get 2nd place back, now I was after the 1st place position. After some rubbing I was able to get the lead and then Bam a little run in from behind sent me sailing upside down. Right after I got going Matt and Dunford made big mistakes pretty much taking Ryan out of the race, and after chasing down Matt for a lap he would move over to give me the spot back like a true sportsman. He was to chase for a little until he crashed and I was to run away and take the first place position by a mile.