Pro-Line 2012 BullDog 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear) (RC8.2e)

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This is the Pro-Line 2012 BullDog Body for the Team Associated RC8.2e Electric 1/8 Buggy. Ryan Cavalieri knows what it takes to win World Championships and understands how bodies affect performance. For 2012, Ryan has improved upon the BullDog design and developed the most advanced body yet: the 2012 BullDog body for the Electric RC8.2E Buggy. Ryan 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. This is a must have body for the racing season!

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


  • Improved performance for 2012
  • 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 May 24, 2012.

anthony aspromonte
Friday, Jan 3 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Pro-Line 2012 BullDog 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear) (RC8.2e)
Its almost funny how people that have really stupid setups give a bad review because a product didn't work with there STUPID set up :))
shane smith
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jul 15 2015 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line 2012 BullDog 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear) (RC8.2e)
awsome looking cover prolly the best looking but for the rc8 you will have no esc cover. the actual cover uses the old rc8 nitro chassis i recomend the jc concepts finisher cover as it closes in at the rear (if u use a tekin esc open it up and watch the dust come out)
Kayhan Torpil
Friday, Mar 21 2014 (about 3 years ago)
Pro-Line 2012 BullDog 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear) (RC8.2e)
Ignore the previous "reviewer". This body has some serious clearance issues with ESCs and batteries. And they won't go away no matter how hard you try as a stupid fan boy yokel with sub par grammar.)