When you buy a high-end radio the last thing you want is for it to get damaged on the way to your local bash spot. To help give Spektrum DX4R Pro owners some peace of mind, JConcepts has announced a new Radio Bag. The JConcepts DX4R bag has a tough outer bag with easy access zipper, while the inside uses a form fitting heavy density foam to protect your transmitter. These are priced at $45, have a part number of #2337, and you can Click Right Here to get more details over on JConcepts’ website.
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JConcepts has announced that their popular Dirt Webs tires are now available for 1/8th scale buggies. The Dirt Webs are designed for use on indoor clay tracks as well as treated outdoor tracks. Dirt Webs are known for having loads of forward bite while a single rib around the outside edges gives more side-bite in the corners.
* 83mm bead mounting size
* Comes with closed cell inserts
* Vertical and horizontal bars for more side-bite
* Web-bars for more stability and forward traction
The Dirt Webs are available in four different compounds and are street priced around $28. Click Right Here for more details over on the JConcepts website.
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If you are looking for a hard pack stadium truck tire the folks at JConcepts have announced they will be producing their Dirt Webs tires in a 2.2″ size. The Dirt Webs were designed to give loads of forward bite on hard packed surfaces like blue groove and indoor clay tracks.
* Comes in blue, green, gold, or red compounds
* Designed by Brian Kinwald & Jason Ruona
* Pressure points for more surface area
* Comes with closed cell inserts
The Dirt Webs are priced at $25 per pair and you can Click Right Here to get more details over on JConcepts’ blog.
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Tired of using old school lumpy foam? Now JConcepts is offering Dirt-Tech closed cell foam inserts for stadium trucks and short course trucks. The Dirt-Tech inserts are much more durable than normal foam and have horizontal channels cut on the inside for absorbing big impacts and to help provide more forward bite. These extremely light-weight inserts are precisely contoured for a perfect fit and can be reused multiple times.
The short course inserts have a part number of #3237, the part number for the stadium truck version is #3238, and both are priced at $12 a pair. More details can be found At This Link over on the JConcepts website.
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Ever spend hours grinding all the ribs/knobbies off a set of tires with a Dremel tool? At certain tracks that is the “hot set-up” for maximum traction. The crew over at JConcepts has now taken all the mess and wasted time out of the equation by announcing their new Smoothie tires. Smoothies are designed to fit 1/10th scale buggies running 2.4″ wheels and come in tacky Gold compound. The part number for the rears is #3109-05, the fronts are #3110-05, and they are both priced at $21 per pair. Hit up This Link for more details.
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The folks over at JConcepts have designed a Silencer series body for the high-zoot Hot Bodies D413. Specifically made for performance on high speed circuits, the Silencer for the D413 has a cab forward design with a shark fin in the rear for added stability.
The part number is #0261, it is priced at $26, and you can get more details over on the JConcepts Blog.
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If you are a proud new owner of an Associated RC10B5/B5M you are probably looking to uber it out. I mean, no self respecting rc’er goes to the track with a bone stock buggy now days.
JConcepts has been putting out loads of option parts for various vehicles, their latest is a Honeycomb Aluminum Motor Mount for the B5/B5M. Their new motor mount looks high-zoot and its honeycomb design helps make it rigid in multiple directions (to prevent bending).
The part number for blue is #2353-1, black is #2353-2, and they are priced at $25. For more details simply follow This Link over to the JConcepts website.
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For all you Associated RC10 Worlds drivers, JConcepts has announced a new body to give your buggy a new look. The Detonator for the RC10 Worlds car pays homage to several different old school bodies and is sure to make your buggy stand out at the track.
* Cab rearward design with snug fit to chassis
* Large window detail and reverse hood scoop
* Comes with 5.5” rear wing, decal sheet, and window mask
The part number is #0279, they are priced at $26, and you can get complete details Right Here on the JConcepts website.
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JConcepts has trick looking Ultra Wheel Hexes for the Team Associated B5/B5M. These 12mm wheel hexes are made from aluminum to help save weight. Available anodized in either blue or black, the JConcepts wheel hexes help boost your bling factor and are easy to install.
The part number for the blue fronts is #2347-1, the fronts in black is #2347-2, the rear in blue is #2348-1, and the rears in black is #2348-2. Pricing is $13 per pair and you can get complete information at This Link over on JConcepts’ blog.
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The Man, Brian Kinwald, is famous for his custom tire mods and the JConcepts Dirt Webs are a result of his creativity. Since their inception, Dirt Webs have gone on to become a popular tire at many tracks, now JConcepts has announced they will be available in a short course truck version. If you drive on high bite dirt surfaces the SCT Dirt Webs are certainly worth a look.
* Web-bars are connected for more stability & forward-bite
* Vertical and horizontal bars are used for more side-bite
* 3.0 x 2.2″ beads that fit most SCT wheels
* Comes with firm, profiled, closed cell inserts
The SCT Dirt Webs come in four different compounds – blue (#3080-01), green (#3080-02), gold (3080-05), and black (#3080-07). All are priced at $26 per pair and you can get more details at This Link over on the official JConcepts blog.
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The latest body from JConcepts is their Silencer Series lid for the mid-motored Kyosho RB6. Like other bodies in the Silencer series, this is a cab forward design made for high speed tracks. A small shark fin helps to add stability while a recess behind the cab helps keep the rear of the buggy planted.
For essential information, the part number is #0277, it is priced at $26, and you can get more details by hitting up This Link.
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With so many trucks sporting 2.8″ wheels now days, JConcepts has put together a video to showcase their 2.8 Choppers and their new 2.8 RocX.
The Choppers were announced a little over a month ago. They sport a knobby/motocross style tread aimed at the high performance bashing market. The new RocX tires sport large, widely spaced lugs and were designed for a wide variety of bashing surfaces. The RocX tires come with closed cell inserts and are directional. Both bolt right up on Traxxas style 2.8″ wheels.
Choppers come in yellow (#3073-00) and blue compound (3073-01), are street priced at $25 a pair, and they are available right now. Hit up This Link for more information.
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The latest Silencer series body from JConcepts is designed to fit the TLR 22 2.0 mid-motored buggy. This cab-forward style body is very low-profile and designed to work well on high speed tracks. A shark fin is used on top of the cab for better high speed tracking, while the recesses behind the cab help provide better rear end stability.
* Clear polycarbonate body with over-spray protective film
* Comes with two hi-clearance wings
* Window mask and decal sheet are included
The part number is #0270, the Silencer is priced at $26, and you can get complete details at This Link over on JConcept’s website.
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