Pro-Line Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body (Clear) (Slash, Slash 4x4, SC5M, 22SCT)

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Pro-Line Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body (Clear)
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This is a Pro-Line Clear Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body, a blank Short Course Truck body that is ready for whatever individual paint scheme suits your style.

The Axis SC features a super low-slung design with aggressive lines throughout giving it an unmistakable look on the track. The low center of gravity of this body allows you to push harder and go faster around both low-speed and high-speed corners, making it perfect for your local high-bite indoor clay or carpet track. The Axis SC body has large fender flairs for maximum tire clearance and further allowing you to slam the body as low as possible. The body also features large cutouts in the rear to allow air to escape the body and to reduce weight.

NOTE: Painted body shown in photos is for illustrative purposes only and is not included. The body you will receive is clear and unpainted. 

  • Super Low-slung Design with Aggressive Lines Throughout
  • Improved Corner Speed on High Bite Surfaces
  • Large Fenders for Maximum Tire Clearance
  • Paint-then-peel Overspray Film Included
  • Made with Crystal Clear Polycarbonate
  • Made in the USA, since 1982
Length: 20.1" (510mm)
Width at fenders: 11.8" (298mm)
Width at doors: 10.3" (260mm)
Height: 5.6" (142mm)
Wheelbase: 12.8" (325mm)

  • (1) Axis SC Clear Body for Short Course Trucks
  • Window Masks
  • Decal Sheet

This product was added to our catalog on December 1, 2020

Saturday, May 20 2023 (4 months ago)
Pro-Line Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body (Clear)
Running this on an RC10SC6.2...not be a great fit but you can make it work by drilling another set of holes in the front posts and using the highest setting in the rear. Looks really good and is super low. Cutting out the vent holes really works for better air control. The let down is that the body just isn't that durable. I'm not a terrible driver and haven't experienced major or hard hitting wrecks and the body has several cracks after just 3 racing events. I will look at other options next time...which will be too soon.
Tuesday, Jan 17 2023 (8 months ago)
Pro-Line Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body (Clear)
I'm not a fan of these for the RC10SC6.1. You have to run the rear body post all the way up and the front post all the way down to get the body to set level. The rear body post are already weak and break at normal height.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jun 30 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body (Clear)
I put this body on my associated 6.2 and didn't have any issues. I've done a few race days and it works great runs great. Some alignment holes would help. I also added 1 more hole on the front body mount to lower the front. But it works great.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jun 23 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body (Clear)
Just doesn't fit sc6.2. maybe on other kits it will be good.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Apr 15 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body (Clear)
Love the Low center of gravity. You definitely have to trim the body to clear the wheels.The body is too thin & cracks way too easy !!!
Verified Owner
Thursday, Apr 1 2021 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Axis SC Fusion Short Course Body (Clear)
I picked this body up for team associated sc6.2.
I kinda think proline drop there quality on there body. No dent indications on the axis body at all for the body post. Had to work extra hard to find the center of the body. Got it all cut out and not painted yet. Got the front tires fitting ok till I turn but the rear tires I gonna pray they don't cut up the tire barely make it. I am using the avid +3 rims. They gonna scrub ever up and down motion they hit on the inside of the wheel well. Guess jc got the best body for the sc6.2. Yes I am ruining factory width in the rear still. Left the rear post holes on the bigger side so hopefully the rear will center it self when it compressed. Definitely think she gonna scrub the front tires at full lock as well. So I'm gonna cut the piss out of this body or im gonna go back up on the body post. Maybe if you use 0 offset rims she will fit under the body just fine. I run high bite clay and the plus 3 definitely help with traction roll. The +3 just don't fit will under the body at ride height which is my biggest problem the front looks to high and the back looks like she loaded up with anti squat. Have no idea how it drives at all definitely not gonna slam it down on the post like I wanted to the 1 Hole.