Pro-Line 2012 BullDog 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear) (MBX6 ECO)

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This is an optional Pro-Line 2012 BullDog 1/8 Buggy Body, intended for use with the Mugen MBX6 ECO Electric Buggy. The MBX6 ECO Electric buggy has been tearing up indoor and outdoor race events around the country, so Pro-Line decided to improve the performance even more by introducing the 2012 BullDog MBX6 ECO body. The body includes the unique 2012 BullDog styling and performance along with several cutouts to keep your electronics running cool. Pro-Line took great care in refining the design for 2012 to create even more stability with enhanced steering to gain an advantage on the track. The windshield is steeper to create more down force over the front wheels and the roof ridges have been raised to channel the air flow over the middle of the body for increased high-speed stability. The rear of the roof has been lowered and fins have been added to achieve stable air flow over the body. The fins also add rigidity to the body to increase aerodynamic efficiency.


  • Improved performance for 2012
  • Cutouts designed to keep you running cool
  • More stability and improved steering
  • Made with Crystal Clear Genuine GE LexanŽ
  • Made in the USA, since 1982


  • 2012 BullDog Body
  • Window templates
  • Decal Sheet

This product was added to our catalog on March 26, 2012.

charles day
Monday, Apr 22 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Pro-Line 2012 BullDog 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear) (MBX6 ECO)
Fits perfect on the eco. Never had a problem with making my batteries fit although with the big 4s batteries it does rub the top of the body. Ive used this body for about 6 months and it has no rips or tears so far.. And it looks awesome. I love the look of bulldog bodies.)
Wednesday, Jul 17 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Pro-Line 2012 BullDog 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear) (MBX6 ECO)
I've never been a fan of these Tugboat style bodies. I would be willing to overlook the boat style if it was at least functional. It is not. Why bother designing an e-body that doesn't have proper clearance? That is exactly what you get with this model. They have to know that we are going to try and fit different size lipos, so why not aim for extra room, not less? Not only do ALL my batteries not have proper clearance, neither does my ESC. So my car gets to drive on the track with an ugly Tugboat body tilted more to one side. Wonderful. Poor design.)