RPM have introduced new body savers for the Traxxas Revo 2.0. To avoid cracks around the body mount holes, RPM disguise their body savers in two separate ways. Out front, they look like molded hood vents while in the rear, they look like exposed sections of a roll cage. It’s a perfect way to camouflage their intended purpose and yet still keep the body firmly attached.
The body savers tie two pairs of screws together, dispersing the pressure of holding the body to the sub-frame over a wide area of the body (wider than currently available washers too). Even if the bottom of the mounting holes in the body are completely ripped out from prior crashes, RPM’s system still works.
RPM body savers are molded in black from our ultra strong, engineering grade nylons for unmatched performance and are available with four Body Savers in each kit, two for the front and two for the rear.
Source: RPM R/C products