After months of teasing, Pro-Line has released full information on their new PRO-2 Buggy Conversion Kit. The kit comes with everything you need to convert your Pro-Line PRO-2 to a buggy, and it can be converted right back to a truck when needed.
Modeled after a Class 1 Desert Buggy, the supplied body and roll cage are loaded with scale detailing for a sharp look. Plastic window nets add to the scale appearance, but won’t pull out like rubber netting. Pro-Line light buckets can easily be added, as can a wing if you plan racing or just like that type of look. Also, the narrow buggy body is sure to suffer from a whole lot less parachute than a typical short course truck, making it easier to jump on windy days.
The part number for the conversion kit is #6254-00, the street price is $78, and you can get more information by simply clicking This Link.
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Pro-Line Buggy Conversion Kit
Pro-Line Buggy Conversion Kit
Pro-Line has put out the trickest and highest quality rc product for as long as I can remember. Recently Pro-Line released “sneak peak” information of their next wave of ultra-cool products (special thanks to Steve from STRC for some of the pictures).
Pictured above is the upcoming Pro-Line ’66 Ford SCT Body. Some of the staffers at BSRC are getting burnt out on the normal SCT look, the ’66 Ford is a stylish and unique alternative.
The first picture in the gallery below shows Pro-Line’s new Over-sized 1.9″ tires. If you’ve been out crawling with your buddies and you get frustrated when your scale 1.9 has trouble making sections that your buddies with 2.2′s can blow through, these should make your day.
The second picture in the gallery below is a Pro-Line Pro-2 that has been converted over to a short course buggy. This is just a concept vehicle for now, but I’ve heard that thing is an animal on the track.
Third picture in the gallery is a Rat Rod Body for full size Traxxas Revo’s! You asked for it and Pro-Line hooked you up.
The last picture isn’t a sneak peak of a new product, but it does show you how cool the Pro-Line VW Body looks on a Vaterra Twin Hammers.
Full part numbers and pricing should be announced soon, until then check out all the sweet products that Pro-Line currently offers on their Official Website.
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Pro-Line Sneak Peak Gallery
Team Associated has just announced their new SC10B Race Spec Scale Buggy. The new Associated SC10B is based on their SC10 short course truck platform, and comes with an authentic looking pro buggy body, roll cage, and driver. Some of the other primary features are-
* RTR 2WD short course pro buggy based on SC10 truck
* Roll cage with window nets and integral nerf bars
* Water-resistant XP Brushless ESC with reverse and LiPo cutoff
* XP 2.4GHz radio system
* Metal-gear steering servo
* Reedy 3300 KV brushless motor
* Water-resistant receiver box
* Gear differential
* Two paint schemes to chose from
* KMC™ replica wheels
* Aggressive short-course race tires
* Blue anodized aluminum V2 shocks
* Molded composite chassis
* Realistic front and rear bumpers
* Length- 18.8 inches
* Width- 11.5 inches
* Wheelbase- 12.7 inches
* Weight- 4.01 lbs
Street price is expected to be right around $300 with an expected release date of late October. Hit up the official Associated WEBSITE for more information.
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Team Associated SC10B RS Gallery
Team Associated posted up this funky ‘spy shot’ of what looks like a possible short course buggy (SCB) coming soon from AE? It’s hard to tell exactly, it’s blurry, and has some wacky ‘photo editing’ done to it.
We scaled it up, and tried to ‘fix’ it as best as we could for you. If we hear anything else, we’ll post more info.
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A couple of times on Big Squid RC we have talked about the need for Team Associated to hop on the short course buggy bandwagon. Well today we received a little info from someone on the ‘inside’ that there is one in the works. So file this under rumor mill, but we have heard Team Associated is working on a Short Course Buggy that is based on the SC10. It will be 2WD, brushless, with a new tire design, and a whole new body design.
Rumor alone will make more than a few people happy I’m sure. We will keep digging, and see if we can come up with any more confirmation on this one. If it looks anything like the one from the Lucas Oil Series, we’d be plenty excited.
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