B5M "S2 Worlds" Body w/6.5" Finnisher Wing (Clear) by JConcepts

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JCO0294
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The JConcepts B5M "S2 Worlds" Body combines familiar features with a super low-profile stance. The slammed overall height allows the S2 to slice through the turns with a low center of mass, while the progressive cab design provides plenty of front-end force for superior balance and steering. A channeled roof directs the flow through the center of the body and also increases the rigidity of cockpit. The dual side-window design has been retained to give the S2 that traditional JConcepts feel.

The rear of the body has built in gear cover ducts on both sides of the body to accommodate 3 or 4 gear lay down style transmissions. The upper side-pods feature distinct vents to help release the hot air build-up inside the body. Carved and detailed side-pods edge the body giving the aero design a stylish look with a tight fit and finish.

Performance proven by Spencer Rivkin during the IFMAR World Championships in Tsukuba, Japan, the S2 was used to win A-mains 2 and 3 to secure his 1st World title. Rivkin remarked about the S2 body I felt so comfortable on the Yatabe Arena track with the S2 body. It looks so mean on the track and has exactly the feel I was looking for. The S2 was an advantage for us.

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

Features:

  • JConcepts original Silencer 2 styling
  • Aggressive, progressive cab design
  • Channeled roof with center stabilizer
  • Useable side-pod vents
  • Compatible with 3 or 4 gear transmission
  • Includes two 6.5 Finnisher rear wings
  • Includes JConcepts decal sheet and window mask

This product was added to our catalog on December 2, 2015.