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1979 Ford F250 Short Course RC Racing Body

Travel back with JConcepts to a time when a truck was just a truck. Purpose built, no frills or luxury, just built Ford tough. Officially licensed by Ford, JConcepts introduces the 1979 Ford F-250 Ranger SCT body. Built as they were in the good ole days, JConcepts has brought an essence of the 1979 truck together with the latest offerings in competitive Short Course Racing. With detailed 70's styling, the hood scoop immediately is a standout retro feature which lends itself to the grill, fender and authentic 70's cab styling. JConcepts left no detail untouched on bringing this old / new theme to the SCT crowd and most notably the rear roll bars and front to back horizontal body lines that give the "79" unmatched SCT realism. Like all JConcepts bodies, performance is always a top priority and the 1979 does not stop short in performance. The 1979 stance has been optimized utilizing dimensional aspects of the other popular JConcepts bodies, the Manta and Raptor SVT. If you want to get tough, look mean and attack the track with a fearless abandon, than jump into the time machine with JConcepts. Features: * Fits Slash, Slash 4x4, SC10 and other similar SCT's * Officially licensed by Ford to JConcepts * 1979 scale inspired body, cab and window design * 1:1 headlight and grill treatment with pronounced rear roll bar * Front and rear fender flares for maximum realism * Standard cab with recessed windows * Clear heavy-duty polycarbonate with protective film * Window masks and detailed 1979 Ford F-250 decal sheet Ford Oval and nameplates are registered trademarks owned and licensed by Ford Motor Company. Manufactured by JConcepts, Inc. www.ford.com Revo®, JATO™, T-MAXX™, SLASH®, SLASH 4X4® etc. are trademarks and registered trademarks of Traxxas L.P. All bodies are sold clear and are shown painted for advertising purposes only. Tires, wheels and bodies are sold separately, unless otherwise specified. JConcepts reserves the right to update or make changes to product, packaging or contents.


 


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Chevy Silverado 1500 Short Course Body by JConcepts
Wherever you are, you'll see a Chevy Silverado on the job. Chevy Silverado and JConcepts - work hard, play hard. Like a rock. Never one to relax, JConcepts introduces the 2012 Chevy Silverado 1500 SCT body. Starting with its low-profile design, beefy fenders and noteworthy Silverado appearance, the 1500 SCT body is inspired by the looks of a class leading full-size pick-up, loaded with performance and Hi-Flow features. Fitting on 6 different trucks as a direct fit and over 9 different vehicles overall, the Chevy 1500 is just what you have been looking for. The air escape package on the Silverado 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, reverse, hood-scoop, used predominantly as an under air release feature, blends beautifully into the sculpted extra-clearance fenders while releasing the front end of inner pressure. Whether you start your day on the race track or in the back-yard, the Silverado packs a serious punch straight out of the package. The head-light and grill treatment scream Chevrolet while the extruded fenders and detailed body panel trim section brings a 3rd dimension to the vehicle's appearance. X-braced, roll-bar appearance features highlight a terraced rear bed area while stylish number and name plates finish off the body giving it that authentic short course look. The 2012 Chevy Silverado Runs Deep. Features: · Officially licensed by General Motors to JConcepts · 1:1 Chevy Silverado inspired design · Fits most all 1/10th SCT's -- 6 direct and over 9 different trucks overall (Slash, Slash 4x4, SC10, SC10 4x4, Losi XXX-SCT, SCT-E) · Original JConcepts short course Hi-Flow styling · Hi-Flow regions to minimize parachute affect · Racing inspired body, cab and window design · 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 Chevy decal sheet Illuzion - 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 SCT - Hi-Flow body Part # - 0200 UPC Code -- 845937006462 Retail price -- $42.00 (Fits - Slash, Slash 4x4, SC10, SC10 4x4, Losi XXX-SCT, SCT-E) 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.





Ford F-150 Raptor Short Course Racing Body by JConcepts
Illuzion -- SCT -- Ford Raptor SVT -- SCT-R body (O.S.F.M.) Part # -- 0215 UPC Code -- 845937004758 Retail price -- $42.00 (Fits most all 1/10th SCT) One size fits all, or in some cases one size fits most is more appropriate. JConcepts introduces the one size fits most ROAR National Champion winning, Ford Raptor SVT body. With an ever increasing number of SCT trucks on the market a need for a body that is extremely versatile is in demand. With no pre-determined marks, JConcepts hits demand with the popular Raptor SVT SCT-R body. Included mounting templates and guide make body mounting short work. With confirmed placement on the Slash, Slash 4×4, SC10, Blitz, Ultima SC, Losi XXX-SCT and Hobao | OFNA Hyper SC, when it comes to the Raptor SVT body, being versatile is an understatement. Get ready, JConcepts has reached new ground with the Short Course version of the popular Ford Raptor SVT body for competition Short Course racing. JConcepts has hung the acronym SCT-R on the new body with the R giving it racing credibility. Officially licensed by Ford, the JConcepts Ford Raptor SVT body is inspired from the ground up as an all-out SCT race body. The Raptor SVT -- F-150 body by JConcepts begins with the latest in 1:1 truck detail by incorporating the latest treatment in grill and headlight design, adding street appeal. Front and rear fender flares provide the clearance necessary to run an assortment of tires and wheels while maintaining that exclusive design and look. Extended cab design with recessed side windows, louvers along the front hood highlight a number of the front-end styling cues. Deep recessed trim-out locations along the hood and bed area provide ample space for air relief cut-outs which reduce the parachute / blow-over affect that is so common in Short Course racing. Short course inspired bed area with incredible detail finish off this extraordinary, tough design. Maintaining that exclusive performance and feel is critical to a vehicles performance, JConcepts is world proven innovation and design. Features: * Fits most all 1/10th SCT's * Officially licensed by Ford to JConcepts * Scale inspired body, cab and window design * 1:1 headlight and grill treatment * Front and rear fender flares for maximum clearance * Extended cab with recessed windows * Clear polycarbonate with protective film * Body mounting templates and guide * Window masks and detailed Ford Raptor SVT decal sheet Ford Oval and nameplates are registered trademarks owned and licensed by Ford Motor Company. Manufactured by JConcepts, Inc. www.ford.com Revo(r), JATO(tm), T-MAXX(tm), SLASH(r), SLASH 4X4(r) etc. are trademarks and registered trademarks of Traxxas L.P. All bodies are sold clear and are shown painted for advertising purposes only. Tires, wheels and bodies are sold separately, unless otherwise specified. JConcepts reserves the right to update or make changes to product, packaging or contents.





Short course truck racing. B-Main, Thunder RC Raceway, 11/20/2010
Short course truck race, B-Main at Thunder RC raceway in Nashville, TN





How to Paint an RC Body
See the whole article at http://rctruckstop.com Matt Higgins of RC Truck Stop shows how to properly paint an RC Lexan body. The shown is a Pro-Line Ford F-150 SVT Raptor Flo-Tek short course truck body. Learn all of the steps and secrets for getting professional results. Don't make costly mistakes; watch this video and read the full article at RC Truck Stop.





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.





JConcepts video product release - Slash 4x4 - Manta body, Goose Bumps, Rulux wheels and over-tray
Get ready, JConcepts is on a roll with this fierce new Manta body. Upon first glance, it is easy to visualize this new body gliding around on the Slash, Slash 4x4 or SC10. Scale meets performance with the new JConcepts Manta body, inspired from the ground up as a competition addict to turn short course trucks into high performance machines. The Manta begins with the latest in short course truck detail by incorporating the latest treatment from JConcepts in grill and headlight design with a racing influenced front bumper. Front and rear fender flares provide the clearance necessary to run an assortment of short course tires including the 4-time National Champion Goose Bumps. The Slash 4x4 is the hottest new truck on the market and JConcepts is right on top of this new release with the fresh looking Manta body. Listen in as the crew from JConcepts describes it's unique and performance oriented products specifically for the Slash 4x4. Featured in the video is the well defined Manta body, chassis over-tray and Goose Bumps tires and Rulux wheels. Hooking up the Slash 4x4 on any track is as easy as mounting a set of Goose Bumps in sticky green compound on Rulux wheels. JConcepts, World Proven Innovation and Design.





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.





RC Painting Tips: Getting a flat / matte finish
URC is as active as ever at http://UltimateRC.com/forums/ ! If you have RC-related questions or want to share your own experiences, sign up for the free & friendly URC Forums & join *thousands* of other RCers interacting every single day! Responses to Frequently Asked Questions: Q: Do you have a video of/about _______? A: Check by visiting my main channel page; hit the channel-specific search box and enter a relevant keyword (fewer the better) Q: Why haven't you made new videos in a long time? A: My local RC track facility was forced to move a long ways away. Meanwhile, nearly every open space in my heavily populated area (San Francisco, California region) is *explicitly* off-limits to RCs and regularly patrolled by rangers and/or police and I've been booted once too many times. I've got no good place to legally drive & film within a reasonable distance :( Q: Will you ever return to the RC hobby? A: I sure hope so! Plan is to try to buy a house with enough land to build my own little private track / testing facility, if the real estate market allows. Q: Why did you disable comments on your existing videos on this channel? A: You know, *most* RC hobbyists are cool folks. YouTube though, harbors an extraordinarily large population of the most vitriolic, extremist, hyper-fanboys who make it their life's purpose for weeks at a time to develop and then spread the most ridiculous fabricated stories to try to tear down a guy who happened upon a little success & popularity as a result of working hard & sharing something he loves to do. I'm not into that. Normal human beings who want to chat up a storm about RCs can do so on the forums where there's a sense of community as well as accountability. Q: Is URC (which stands for UltimateRC.com) dead? A: Silliest question of all time, hands down. Visit http://UltimateRC.com/forums & hit "View New Posts" for your answer! Q: With RC testing on the backburner, are you doing anything instead? A: I've merely shifted from one type of toy to another! Check out http://www.JANGBRiCKS.com . With the same level of dedication I previously applied to RC, I've built YouTube's most-viewed narrative review channel for LEGO & other brick-based building systems. LEGO is the world's single most popular toy for ages 2 to 100 and has a remarkably positive & supportive global fanbase. Like with RC, what outsiders think of as "just kids toys" is actually a vast & diverse world of often very complex builds & challenges. Unlike with RC, though, all of the parts are compatible, pieces from the 1970s are still fully usable today, and there are no rain cancellations or surprise track closures or park rangers to contend with :D





JConcepts Debuts New Products at NRHSA Table Top Expo
The 20th Annual NRHSA Table Top Expo is a national trade show put on for hobby retailers by other hobby retailers. The NRHSA Table Top Expo is known for its productive but relaxing atmosphere and all the one-on-one relationship building time with hobby manufacturers. JConcepts shows off a few new products this year including the G-Locs tire for Short Course trucks a 2.8" version of their popular ROCX tire and a whole lot more.





JConcepts RocX & Choppers 2.8" Tires
JConcepts has an all-terrain answer for trucks utilizing the 2.8" wheel, the Choppers and the RocX. The Choppers are available now and the RocX will be available mid 2015. After the bashing success of the JConcepts Choppers tire, drivers have asked for an all-terrain alternative aimed toward high-end bashing performance in the 2.8" dimension. 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 yellow and blue compound are designed to tear up surfaces ranging from grass and gravel to dirt and asphalt.





JConcepts New Product Debut - C4.2 Accessories
Jason Ruona shows us some new products making their debut this past weekend in Chico, CA at the 2013 IFMAR Electric Off-Road World Championships.





Ford Raptor vs Ram Runner! - Head 2 Head Episode 14
On this episode of Head 2 Head, Motor Trend's Mike Febbo and off-road racer Joe Bacal head to the desert to pit the Ford Raptor against the Ram Runner. Find out which high performance prerunner tames the tarmac and destroys the dirt the best! Head 2 Head appears every other Wednesday on the new Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://www.facebook.com/automobilemag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & http://twitter.com/automobilemag Google+ - https://plus.google.com/101867967859016552744/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.automobilemag.com





JConcepts Hi-Flow SC body & Pro-Line Flo-Tek comparison
URC is as active as ever at http://UltimateRC.com/forums/ ! If you have RC-related questions or want to share your own experiences, sign up for the free & friendly URC Forums & join *thousands* of other RCers interacting every single day! Responses to Frequently Asked Questions: Q: Do you have a video of/about _______? A: Check by visiting my main channel page; hit the channel-specific search box and enter a relevant keyword (fewer the better) Q: Why haven't you made new videos in a long time? A: My local RC track facility was forced to move a long ways away. Meanwhile, nearly every open space in my heavily populated area (San Francisco, California region) is *explicitly* off-limits to RCs and regularly patrolled by rangers and/or police and I've been booted once too many times. I've got no good place to legally drive & film within a reasonable distance :( Q: Will you ever return to the RC hobby? A: I sure hope so! Plan is to try to buy a house with enough land to build my own little private track / testing facility, if the real estate market allows. Q: Why did you disable comments on your existing videos on this channel? A: You know, *most* RC hobbyists are cool folks. YouTube though, harbors an extraordinarily large population of the most vitriolic, extremist, hyper-fanboys who make it their life's purpose for weeks at a time to develop and then spread the most ridiculous fabricated stories to try to tear down a guy who happened upon a little success & popularity as a result of working hard & sharing something he loves to do. I'm not into that. Normal human beings who want to chat up a storm about RCs can do so on the forums where there's a sense of community as well as accountability. Q: Is URC (which stands for UltimateRC.com) dead? A: Silliest question of all time, hands down. Visit http://UltimateRC.com/forums & hit "View New Posts" for your answer! Q: With RC testing on the backburner, are you doing anything instead? A: I've merely shifted from one type of toy to another! Check out http://www.JANGBRiCKS.com . With the same level of dedication I previously applied to RC, I've built YouTube's most-viewed narrative review channel for LEGO & other brick-based building systems. LEGO is the world's single most popular toy for ages 2 to 100 and has a remarkably positive & supportive global fanbase. Like with RC, what outsiders think of as "just kids toys" is actually a vast & diverse world of often very complex builds & challenges. Unlike with RC, though, all of the parts are compatible, pieces from the 1970s are still fully usable today, and there are no rain cancellations or surprise track closures or park rangers to contend with :D





97 silverado Z71 VS. 79 ford f250
chevy (350) ford (351)





Norcal Hobbies: Open SC A-Main Feb. 13 2011
URC is as active as ever at http://UltimateRC.com/forums/ ! If you have RC-related questions or want to share your own experiences, sign up for the free & friendly URC Forums & join *thousands* of other RCers interacting every single day! Responses to Frequently Asked Questions: Q: Do you have a video of/about _______? A: Check by visiting my main channel page; hit the channel-specific search box and enter a relevant keyword (fewer the better) Q: Why haven't you made new videos in a long time? A: My local RC track facility was forced to move a long ways away. Meanwhile, nearly every open space in my heavily populated area (San Francisco, California region) is *explicitly* off-limits to RCs and regularly patrolled by rangers and/or police and I've been booted once too many times. I've got no good place to legally drive & film within a reasonable distance :( Q: Will you ever return to the RC hobby? A: I sure hope so! Plan is to try to buy a house with enough land to build my own little private track / testing facility, if the real estate market allows. Q: Why did you disable comments on your existing videos on this channel? A: You know, *most* RC hobbyists are cool folks. YouTube though, harbors an extraordinarily large population of the most vitriolic, extremist, hyper-fanboys who make it their life's purpose for weeks at a time to develop and then spread the most ridiculous fabricated stories to try to tear down a guy who happened upon a little success & popularity as a result of working hard & sharing something he loves to do. I'm not into that. Normal human beings who want to chat up a storm about RCs can do so on the forums where there's a sense of community as well as accountability. Q: Is URC (which stands for UltimateRC.com) dead? A: Silliest question of all time, hands down. Visit http://UltimateRC.com/forums & hit "View New Posts" for your answer! Q: With RC testing on the backburner, are you doing anything instead? A: I've merely shifted from one type of toy to another! Check out http://www.JANGBRiCKS.com . With the same level of dedication I previously applied to RC, I've built YouTube's most-viewed narrative review channel for LEGO & other brick-based building systems. LEGO is the world's single most popular toy for ages 2 to 100 and has a remarkably positive & supportive global fanbase. Like with RC, what outsiders think of as "just kids toys" is actually a vast & diverse world of often very complex builds & challenges. Unlike with RC, though, all of the parts are compatible, pieces from the 1970s are still fully usable today, and there are no rain cancellations or surprise track closures or park rangers to contend with :D





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