The rear shock tower is moulded from the same stiff and strong plastic composite as the front tower, and features height-adjustable wing mounts, with three levels.
These mounting holes are all quite low, which places the wind well below the top of the shock tower, reducing its effect somewhat. The 'middle' holes are suggested in the manual - actually 'suggested' is a little too kind since the manual TELLS you to put the wing mounts in the middle hole. We used the top hole so the wing was in the cleanest air, but still its only a slight difference.
The wing mounts themselves are very similar to those seen on the Losi vehicles, and is moulded from a soft plastic to absorb impacts without breaking.
Assembling the rear shock tower, with wing mounts and shock screws should be very easy - but we still managed to get both the shock screws and wing mounts the wrong way around (see photo on the left for evidence!). The only rear difference front and rear on this shock tower is at the bottom where it mounts onto the rear brace.
The rear brace which serves to brace the rear of the chassis and act as a base for the shock tower to mount to, also has three holes for the rear camber link ball stud to attach.