JConcepts B44.2 "Finnisher" Illuzion Body w/6.5" Hi Clearance Wing
This is the JConcepts "Finnisher" Illuzion Body with an included 6.5 inch High Clearance Wing, and is intended for use with the Team Associated B44.2 1/10 scale 4wd buggy. JConcepts hit the ground in Vaasa, Finland with a body design specifically created for the IFMAR World Championships. Cleverly named, Finnisher, the unique design quickly rose to the top of the field during competition taking the TQ in the 4wd modified class and proved effective on the ground and in the air. Designed with aspects learned from the Punisher line of bodies, the Finnisher provides an even more aggressive look with included details which remain crucial to performance. The B44.2 Finnisher body is a drop fit and is also the stock replacement body for the popular and World Championship winning Associated B44.2 buggy.
With the evolution of race tracks and complicated circuits combining more aggressive jumps and extremely high-speed corners, JConcepts incorporated many features into the B44.2 Finnisher body which provide several benefits in the most critical situations. An increased windshield angle provides a steady force upfront during mid-flight wind gusts on large jumps. Forward cab placement changes performance / visible bias which help steering rotation in low traction corners. The side-pods have been simplified and JC chamfered to remove unwanted changes in height to neutralize the at-speed handling. The chassis to body fit has been tightened up which eliminates empty voids that contribute to mid-flight directional changes. The rear of the cab has a step feature which allows the placement of a secondary side window and also a louver which can be trimmed to allow air to escape at the top of the body.
- Original JConcepts Finnisher B44.2 design
- Blended wing and body design
- Clear polycarbonate with protective film
- Window masks and decal sheet
- (1) Clear B44.2 Finnisher Body
- (2) 6.5" Wide high clearance wing
This product was added to our catalog on December 3, 2012.