Check out some of JConcepts latest offerings for the HPI Blitz and the Kyosho Ultima SC. There are updated decals for the Truth and Dare bodies and the Manta body is a direct fit for the new Kyosho Ultima SC.
New from JConcepts is the officially licensed Ford Raptor SVT incorporates the latest treatment in grill and headlight design with pronounced bumper, adding street appeal. Front and rear fender flares provide the clearance necessary to run an assortment of 2.2” tires and wheels while maintaining that exclusive design. Extended cab design with recessed side windows, louvers along the front hood and sun-roof outline highlight a number of the front-end styling cues.
By popular demand JConcepts is bringing the Rulux design to short course racing. Suitable for the HPI Blitz, these wheels are 1:1 inspired and offer a look that is unmistakably JConcepts. No detail has been missed as the Rulux wheel incorporates a lug nut and spoke affect that emulates the real thing. Wheel profile, interior and exterior ribbing and spoke design were all areas of focus while creating the combination of durability, clearance, functionality and appearance. Available in white and black. JConcepts have also released three new decal sheets, one specifically for the Truth/Dare body shell, one for the Manta body shell and one generic decal sheet.
JConcepts have released this short course vehicle stand and parts container made from clear heavy-duty polycarbonate. Utilizing a doubled ended extended height design, the new vehicle stand has plenty of footing for all sorts of chassis layouts and designs. For the ultimate in versatility the new stand can also be quickly disassembled and assembled and used for storage of all the miscellaneous R/C equipment found in the pits at the end of the day.
JConcepts send us a quick mail to say that they are debuting three new products for Short Course trucks at this weekends Cactus Classic. The new items are Double Dees and Subcultures SC tires along with Tense wheels for the Slash 4×4. We expect to see the official release very soon along with detailed descriptions and details.
JConcepts have announced that two of their most popular bodies now fit the new Kyosho Ultima SC truck. The Dare and Manta bodies have been turning heads at the race track while winning races around the world and now drivers piloting the Ultima SC can enjoy the same benefits, with the added luxury of these additional styling options.
JConcepts have released a trio of new bodyshells for both Short course and truggy, starting with the new Blitz Truth. Designed specifically for the HPI Blitz, it represents the latest in trends by offering a completely redesigned off-road truck body. The cab, bed and fenders are all areas of focus with one of the highlights of the styling cues including the extra fender clearance to minimize troublesome tire rubbing issues. The new Blitz Manta has also been updated to fit the HPI Blitz, incorporating the latest treatment from JConcepts in grill and headlight design with a racing influenced front bumper, front and rear fender flares, extended cab design with recessed side windows and louvers along the front hood area highlight a number of the front-end styling cues. In addition, JConcepts has included an optional rear spoiler which gives the ability to alter the look and function of the Manta.
New from JConcepts is this over-tray for the Traxxas Slash 4×4, which helps protect the chassis from excessive debris. Fitting nicely under the body, the over-tray fits snug around the entire chassis structure while being attached along the sides with hook and loop tape for quick inner access. The over-tray is built with extra height and rake to provide extra room for various electrical and battery configurations. In addition, JConcepts has incorporated an extensive scoop and louver design which can be trimmed to allow air flow and heat escape. JConcepts have also released final photos of their new Manta Short Course body shell, which is suitable for the Slash, Slash 4×4 and SC10. JConcepts has included an optional rear spoiler which gives the ability to alter the look and function of the Manta by simply adding or removing the rear spoiler. Click here for more images