JConcepts Associated RC8B3/B3.1 "Strike 3" Worlds 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear)
The Strike 3 body samples elements from its famous relatives the Finnisher, Silencer and Striker bodies but packs a slightly refined image. Used in prototype form by Spencer Rivkin and Ryan Cavalieri during the IFMAR World Championships, the Strike 3 was successful the first event out.
The base enhancements to the design come from the parallel to chassis side-pods, that look traditional with 1/8th buggies of the past. A large rear-end winglet has been added to aid in the rear traction stability as well as stopping force. Impressions during testing and racing at the World Championships were extremely positive leaving the Strike 3 as one of the front runners heading into the A-final event. It all finishes with a drop-fit design which wraps the B3’s chassis layout like a glove.
The offset of the race proven shell provides a compact fit for fuel tank, linkage and air filter assembly which drivers fully appreciate after a complete trim and paint. The heavy channeling on the front windshield keeps the Strike 3 aligned at high-speed while the side-pods have multiple hard-edge angles that spill off neatly into 90 degree side-panels. Just behind the engine head, a sleek up-rising flows from the body like running water and a sharp rise in the rear wicker blocks flow to the rear tower and redirects to the rear wing area.
The clear body set includes window templates, decal sheet and backed by JConcepts customer support and racing team lineage. Inflict a direct hit to the competition; go with the Strike 3 body by JConcepts – World Proven Innovation and Design.
- JConcepts Strike 3 design
- Drop-fit design, balanced aero characteristics
- Large rear-end winglet for stability
- Hard-edge, spill off side-pods
- Clear polycarbonate with protective film
- Window masks and Striker decal sheet
- RC8B3 "Strike 3" Worlds Body (clear)
- Window Masks
NOTE: Complete vehicle shown for illustrative purposes only and is not included.
This product was added to our catalog on May 25, 2017.