JConcepts B6/B6D "F2" Buggy Body w/6.5" Aero Wing (Clear)
This is the JConcepts B6/B6D "F2" Buggy Body with an included 6.5" Aero Buggy Wing. Cleverly named, F2, the unique design quickly raised some eyebrows during testing and proved effective on the ground and in the air. Designed with aspects learned from the original Finnisher bodies, the F2 provides an even more aggressive look with included details which remain crucial to performance.
The F2 body is a drop fit for the popular Team Associated B6 and B6D buggies. Cut-lines are included on each side of the body to accommodate stand-up 3 or 4 gear and lay-down transmission layouts giving all out versatility. With the evolution of race tracks, complicated circuits combining more aggressive jumps and extremely high-speed corners, JConcepts incorporated many features which provide several benefits in the most critical situations. 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 front of the pods have a dual step, scoop treatment which give a first in class look to the F2 body. The rear of the cab has the Finnisher step feature which allows the placement of a secondary side window and also several louver options off the rear which can be trimmed to allow air to escape at the top of the body.
In addition to the body, JConcepts has included two of the latest Aero rear wings used by Ryan Cavalieri, Ryan Maifield and Spencer Rivkin to a 1st, 2nd and 4th place finish at the 2017 Reedy Race of Champions.
- Original - JConcepts F2 design
- Blended wing / body design
- Includes two Aero rear wings
- Compatible with stand-up 3 and 4 gear and lay-down transmission
- Clear polycarbonate with protective film
- Window masks and decal sheet
This product was added to our catalog on February 17, 2017.