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This is the JConcepts Illuzion "Hi Flow" SCT One Size Fits Most Short Course Truck Body. One of the most critical aspects of tuning a Short Course truck is the performance of the body and the Hi-Flow, taken from the JConcepts hierarchy of successful buggy designs, is the latest in Short Course body development. The Hi-Flow incorporates the latest technology into a single high-performance body. Already a champion, the Hi-Flow earned the top qualifying position and 1st place at the 2011 ROAR Off-Road Nationals in the Pro 2 Modified class in the hands of Ryan Maifield. In dominating fashion, Maifield had no problems taking the TQ in the first 3 rounds of qualifying and 1st place in A-main #1 and 2 giving the overall win to JConcepts.

The Hi-Flow is a smash hit, starting with the most fashionable racing look, body panel attack angles and even greater air escape packages, the Hi-Flow oozes of class leading performance. The air escape package consists of user friendly trim-out areas which have been strategically placed to ensure a clean race-able look that minimizes the trouble-some parachute effect. The large Hi-Flow areas are depressed into the body which allows the user to simply score the bottom pocket and pop-out for instant results. The Hi-Flow hood-scoop, used predominantly as an under / over air release feature, blends beautifully into the sculpted extra-clearance fenders while releasing the front end of inner pressure.

The top, rear, fender corners have been wedged reducing dead space, allowing more pass-through area minimizing unwanted air collection. The roof of the body has been dramatically “rock-a-bye” shaped to promote a continuous roll in the event of roof crashes. Large side windows with black-out side window decal treatment gives the Hi-Flow futuristic character. Performance enhanced number and name plates provide straight-line stability while retaining a fashionably styled look that is unmistakable JConcepts.

NOTE: Painted body shown in photos is for illustrative purposes only. The body you will receive is clear and unpainted.


  • Fits most all 1/10th SCT’s – 6 direct and over 9 different trucks overall
  • Original JConcepts short course Hi-Flow styling
  • Hi-Flow regions to minimize parachute affect
  • Racing inspired body, cab and window design
  • Futuristic, large-side windows with black-out side window decals
  • Aggressive headlight and grill treatment
  • Performance enhanced number and name plates with mounting hardware
  • Front and rear fender flares for maximum clearance
  • Clear polycarbonate with protective film
  • Window masks and detailed decal sheet

This product was added to our catalog on September 30, 2011

Justin H
Verified Owner
Sunday, Sep 8 2013 (about 10 years ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
Got this body for my Tekno SCT410 and it fits great. Been racing with it for about 2 months now and it shows no signs of cracking. It's surprisingly strong for a race body and even with the cut-outs, it still holds up. Definitely getting this body again, it works great!
Brandon Weiland
Monday, May 28 2012 (about 12 years ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
i love this body, a little time consuming when it come to cutting out all the cutouts but i makes the truck handle way way better. it handles way better in the air. it gets rid 90% of the parachuting affect. handles better in the turns and makes the truck seem lighter. highly recommend this to anyone who is a serious racer
Verified Owner
Monday, May 6 2013 (about 11 years ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
definatley worth getting this body has killer style and you will be feeling like a pro with this thing it looks sick and i used fasmask which helped alot making a sweet design easily and if you race outdoor it has plenty of vents to tune it for parachute affect 5 star all the way!!
Walter Anderson
Verified Owner
Saturday, May 5 2012 (about 12 years ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
When I got this body, i was afraid that it would rip easily due to the fact that it is so thin. Yeah it was a pain in the butt to get everything trimmed and cut but once you get everything cut out, you'll immediately notice how much better your truck handles. Ive been using proline bodies most of my life but the fact that this one is much lighter than my old body makes the truck handle much better. Also when jumping in the wind the truck behaves more like a stadium truck than a parachute. I would recommend this body to anyone who races often and is looking for something to give them a competitive edge.
Saturday, May 25 2013 (about 11 years ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
I'm a basher so none of the extra cut outs were cut out to keep the strength of the body. With my weekly bashing sessions and movie style flips and jumps this body has lasted me the last 6mo and now I'm about to purchase my second "Hi Flow" body. Would like the blue film to be clear so its easier to see how the painting is going and if your colors are coming out as you want.
Marc Barilla
Saturday, Oct 3 2015 (about 8 years ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
One of the best short course bodies on the market. Looks killer, vented, sits nice & low. You'll love this body.... And it's durable.
Charlie Armes
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jun 9 2021 (about 3 years ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
Looks good and the strength is superior to the Proline. BUT they need to come out with a pre-cut version, there is a lot of cutting and venting required (hours). Also, mine came with what looked like a dent in one side about centered between the wheel wells.
I think it was caused during manufacturing. I didn't see anything on the box or the bag it came in. I bought a JConcepts F2 4WD body and noticed similar imperfections and bad cut lines on it as well.
Hoped it would be less noticeable after paint, but it wasn't. Maybe J.R. needs to spend less time following around his drivers with a camera, and more time doing quality control and answering customer emails, cause he didn't answer mine.
Maxim Izmaylov
Verified Owner
Sunday, Feb 23 2014 (about 10 years ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
Perfectly suitable for losi ten scte. Very sturdy body in comparison with the stock.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Aug 17 2022 (about a year ago)
JConcepts Illuzion Hi Flow Short Course Body (Clear)
Great body for my new Tekno SCT 410.3!

I will say that it took a lot of time to paint and prepare it for use, especially if you plan on removing all the 'hi-flow' cut-outs designed into the body for removing the 'parachuting' effect of SCT bodies when coming down from jumps. I've only removed the rear cut-outs in the slanted 'fast back' part of the body and the two small slots at the top rear of the cab. I've not removed the windows or any cutouts in the front of the body. After about two packs through it - It seems to be flying very well. My local track is a 1/8th scale track that has a bunch of smaller jumps and table-tops, plus one medium-length double (10'~12') jump in its current configuration. The body also seems to help my truck land on its wheels after a rollover (or 5). I only had to flip it once after more than a few mishaps.

My 410.3 setup: I'm using the optional Tekno 'air dam' Lexan pieces (Part# TKR5504) that mount on top of the nerf bars in conjunction with this body. I'm using the first holes from the top in the front body posts, and the second holes from the top in the rear body mount posts, with the more aggressive slant.

You can use the first holes from the top body mounting posts (Tekno SCT410.3), but I started noticing a decent amount of rear tire rub when the rear shocks were fully compressed. I was worried about the tire rub torching my fresh paint job, so I raised the rear mounts by one hole on the post(s).

In general, I'm very happy with it and how my paint job turned out.

If you're new to painting SCT bodies like I was, and you like putting down multiple coats of paint as I do. Be prepared to need more paint and liquid mask than usual. I've painted a handful of buggy bodies in the past, and in hindsight, they probably need 1/3 less material(s) than the SCT bodies. I'm seriously considering paying someone to paint & cut the next body that I'm just about to order... Doing the hi-flow cutouts and cutting/mounting the four winglets took a lot of time.