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JConcepept have released several new Silencer bodies for racng buggy. This body has a rich history in 1/8th off-road racing and impeccable track record for success. First developed for the 2012 IFMAR World Championships, tithas been a mainstay in the JConcepts product line which is available for a number of difference vehicles in the market.

The Mugen MBX-8 has enjoyed a successful run world-wide and now the us brand has created the iconic Silencer as a drop-fit for the vehicle.

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Christmas is over but this doesn’t mean that the latest JConcepts blog post is not a fascinating read: “There are so many wonderful aspects about RC cars that you just gotta love. From the thrill of racing to scaling mother nature’s terrain, the amount of fun is just endless and the companionship along the way… priceless. In this project, we were presented with an opportunity to tackle another aspect of why we love RC cars.

Custom Projects! By tapping into Fred’s creativity and building expertise, we focused on the fun of building something custom, unique, and what was to be the ultimate RC Christmas present!

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JConcepts Inside Look - RC10 EGT Pro Build

Before the explosion of 1/8th scale racing, there was a time period where gas-powered stadium trucks filled the heat sheets from top to bottom and perfectly bridged the gap between the exciting, fun-filled 1/10th electric racing with real enduro style racing that incorporated pitstop strategy, teamwork, and car and tire wear.

Then, when the Team Associated RC10GT hit the scene, 1/10th gas truck’s popularity blew up and so did the popularity of the RC10GT platform winning over fans for its fun driveability, parts availability everywhere, and it became the introduction to nitro racing for most racers in that era.

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 JConcepts F2 Traxxas Rustler Body

JConcepts just introduced the new F2 body designed for Traxxas Rustler stadium truck. One of the key features is an arrow based design where the front is much narrower than the rear so it appears on-point and with an all-new grille and headlight layout with four included grille options. The imprint of the nose draws in the truck enthusiast without giving up on the futuristic twist and Finnisher heritage.

Protecting the front shock tower area is done with a traditional shape but contains new louver positioning and available air-release features located just in front of the main cab.

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 Jconcepts: Nessi & Twin Pins 2.2″ Rear Tires

JConcepts revealed new tires for the carpet and astroturf racing world: Nessi and Twin Pins. The Nessi tire shares styling cues from its successful brother, the Lockness. Racing on artificial surfaces require a lot of stability and forward-bite and the design team created a tire that brings a new 3D blended pin-size, pin-separation and a light-weight and incredibly low-profile carcass.

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Tracker Wheel Discs

JConcepts has presented the new Tracker Wheel Discs for Dragon Mega Truck wheels. The discs are replacement options part for the Dragon wheel sets to provide a new look to existing wheels.

The Tracker Wheel Discs are inspired from Weston Anderson’s Bog Hog Mega truck, the Trackers sport a burly, angular steel-like build similar to versions utilized on the real deal.

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King of the Monster Trucks 2018

From 6 to 7th October 2018 the first annual JConcepts King of the Monster Trucks has been held in USA. The event is a collaborative effort along with the Trigger King RC Monster Truck Series, JConcepts and Vinyl Images. There were over 150 truck entered in the two day event.

In the video below you can see highlights of the monster truck categories: Show N Shine, Classic Retro racing, Outlaw Retro racing and Tuff Trucks.

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1988 was a great time to be a Chevy fan with the release of the new “Heartbeat of America” fleetside pick-up truck. Trucks were starting to become one of the most popular automobiles on the road and Chevy was in the thick of it with a brand-new release. Simultaneously, the war in the Monster Truck world revolved around a heated rivalry featuring the two best names in the business for the first ever points championship. If you were a fan in this era, the 1988 body style provided new hope and optimism.

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