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Ford F250 And Choppers Tearing Up The Dunes

New Products From JConcepts. Finally, the most recognizable truck on the road is Short Course ready. JConcepts introduces the first Ford F-250 Super Duty body developed specifically for Short Course Racing. Officially licensed by Ford to JConcepts, the F-250 is blended technology, combining powerful elements from the popular JConcepts assortment of SCT bodies, the Super Duty unveils like a winner. The key to the success of the JConcepts Short Course body line depends on testing, development and top notch response from the world's best racers. After the racing success of the JConcepts Short Course tires and accessories, drivers have asked for an all-terrain alternative aimed toward high-end bashing performance. Inspired from some of the most successful JConcepts Racing Tires, the Choppers have the look, fit and finish of a hard-core racing tire on steroids. Whether you are an experienced racer or beginning driver, the Choppers in blue compound are designed to tear up surfaces ranging from grass and gravel to dirt and asphalt. Ford Oval and nameplates are registered trademarks owned and licensed by Ford Motor Company. Manufactured by JConcepts, Inc. www.ford.com


 


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Traxxas Slash 4x4 3s Crash with Bike and Highspeed Run HD
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JConcepts Scalpel 2013 ROAR On-road Nationals
The JConcepts Scalpel Conversion hit the track in South Florida at the 2013 Electric On Road Paved Nationals hosted by Village Raceway. The exhibition class showed that a Traxxas off-road vehicle can be converted to a capable on-road racer.





JConcepts Scalpel Body For The Slash 4x4
Speed is everything; it's the greatest gift of R/C and particularly with the Traxxas Slash 4x4. An extremely popular off-road truck, the Slash 4x4, has all the components of an absolute beast of an on-road vehicle. JConcepts introduces the Scalpel speed-run body and front bumper conversion to convert the Slash 4x4 into an insane speed-run machine. Take on your personal salt-flats, drag strip or closed circuit course with power, speed, agility and style with JConcepts. Looking straight into the headlights you can tell right away something is different about the Scalpel. A menacing look from the front-end highlighted by a dramatic chin-spoiler, the front-end is built for speed and direction. Large fenders allow plenty of clearance for the 2.8" G-Locs tires and the extremely low roof-line cuts like a knife. A shallow bed area gives the Scalpel a truck-like appearance while maintaining that all inclusive speed-line structure. Finishing off the body is clean and smooth with the inclusion of grill, headlight, taillight and miscellaneous logos that make the Scalpel look the part. Available now through JConcepts - http://tinyurl.com/9kv7ol5





HPI WR8 Flux electric RTR review - Ken Block H.F.H.V. edition
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Chevy C10 Scalpel Body by JConcepts
Speed is everything; it's the greatest gift of R/C and particularly with the Traxxas Slash 4×4. An extremely popular off-road truck, the Slash 4×4, has all the components of an absolute beast of an on-road vehicle. JConcepts own design, the Scalpel, and front bumper conversion, convert the Slash 4×4 into an insane speed-run machine. Take on your personal salt-flats, drag strip or closed circuit course with power, speed, agility and style with JConcepts. The 1972 Chevy C10 truck body by JConcepts is a perfect complement to the Scalpel Speed-Run conversion kit for the Slash 4×4. Officially licensed, the C10 boasts a wide-body stance which allows it to tame high-speeds while showing off that all important retro look from the 1970's. Large front chin-spoiler with maximum impact grill treatment leaves the competition green with envy. Large fenders allow plenty of clearance for the 2.8" G-Locs tires and the C10 roof-line stands firm. A shallow bed area gives the truck-like appearance while maintaining that all inclusive speed-line structure. Finishing off the body is clean and smooth with the inclusion of grill, headlight, taillight and miscellaneous logos that make the C10 look the part. Throw it back in time, grab a Chevy C10 for your Scalpel conversion kit and blast into the future. 1972 Chevy C10 -- Slash 4×4, Scalpel Speed Run body Requires #2173 JC bumper conversion kit Part # -- 0267 UPC Code -- 845937010995 Retail price -- $43.00 (Fits -- Slash 4×4 -- requires #2173 JC bumper conversion kit) Music By: Spag Heddy - Pink Koeks http://www.beatport.com/release/pink-koeks-ep/1186025 General Motors Trademarks used under license to JConcepts, Inc. Revo®, JATO™, T-MAXX™, SLASH®, SLASH 4X4® etc. are trademarks and registered trademarks of Traxxas L.P.





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1979 Ford F250 Short Course RC Racing Body
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HPI Savage Flux, XS, Firestorm, Blitz, Baja, RC Speed Boat Pursuit, FG
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Traxxas 1/10 Rally - Brushless Offroad 4wd Speed!
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SC10B RS RTR Pro Buggy!
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Hot RC Topic: Associated SC10 4x4 vs. Losi Ten-SCTE
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1999 Ford F250 Reg Cab: 10.940 @ 126.100
Mike Ontiveros, Engine: 7.3L, Turbos: Compound 366/488


2000 Ford F250 Reg cab 2 wheel drive: 11.120 @ 128.980
David Lott, Engine: 7.3 Power Stroke, Supercharger: na Turbos: Garrett Tires: 33 15 15


2007 Ford F250 king ranch nitrous: 12.400 @ 108.000
emilio blanco, Engine: 6.0 Liter, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: ? Tires: 22''


2006 Ford F250 Turbo Diesel Nitrous: 12.730 @ 108.000
miguel blanco, Engine: turbo diesel, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: garrett ball bearing Tires: 22''


2008 Ford F250 HARLEY DAVIDSON 6.4L DIESEL CC SB 4X4: 12.964 @ 102.950
RODGER M BISHOP, Engine: 6.4l diesel, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: stock Tires: lt275/65r20e bsw all terrain


2003 Ford F250 : 13.570 @ 98.773
Osvaldo Delgado, Engine: Powerstroke 7.3l, Turbos: GTP 38


2005 Ford F250 Crew Cab/Short Bed Lariat: 13.620 @ 98.000
Anthony Messina, Engine: Stock 6.0L Diesel, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: Stock Garrett VGT Tires: 285/70/17 Nitto Terra Grapplers


2008 Ford F250 FX4: 13.728 @ 98.530
Brandon Booth, Engine: 6.4 powerstroke, Turbos: stock compounds


2005 Ford F250 XLT Crewcab short bed 4x4: 13.776 @ 95.480
Austin Metzger, Engine: Stock, Supercharger: Stock Turbos: Stock Tires: 265/70R17


2006 Ford F250 Lariat CC SB: 13.867 @ 96.360
Todd Ray, Engine: 6.0L PSD, Supercharger: N/A Turbos: Stock Tires: BFG AT


1997 Ford F250 xlt: 13.880 @ 94.000
Todd Keeny, Engine: 7.3 powerstroke, Turbos: stock single Tires: bfg all terrain 305/70/16


2004 Ford F250 diesel: 14.000 @ 92.000
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2007 Ford F250 STAMPEDE: 14.260 @ 94.380
The Dog, Engine: 6.0L, Supercharger: N/A Turbos: STOCK Tires: 35


2004 Ford F250 Harley Davidson: 14.400 @ 99.800
Godeater, Engine: 6.0 Powerstorke, Turbos: Stock


2005 Ford F250 King Ranch Crew Cab: 14.546 @ 91.370
Don, Engine: 6.0 diesel, Supercharger: n/a Turbos: stock Tires: 325/65/18


2006 Ford F250 XL: 14.796 @ 93.950
Michael Hurley, Engine: 6.0, Supercharger: no Turbos: stock garret Tires: 32'' stocks


2003 Ford F250 XLT: 14.965 @ 91.579
David, Engine: 6.0, Supercharger: na Turbos: Stock Tires: Toyo AT


2005 Ford F250 Powersrtoke Crewcab lariat: 15.518 @ 88.050
Tyler Derks, Engine: 6.0l v8 powerstroke turbo diesel, Turbos: stock Tires: 305/50R20 Goodyear


2002 Ford F250 Powerstroke Extcab LB: 15.984 @ 81.570
StrokerAce, Engine: stock, Supercharger: na Turbos: stock Tires: 4 bald ones


2012 Ford F250 Super Duty King Ranch 4X4 Crew Cab: 16.100 @ 85.110
ET, Engine: turbocharged pushrod 32-valve diesel V-8 400 Horsepower, Tires: LTX A/T2 LT275/65R-20 126/123R M+S


 


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