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JConcepts Aero Lower Front Wing (2)

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The JConcepts Aero Lower Front Wing was developed with the JConcepts pro team drivers to provide 1/10 racers with an additional high-performance, lower mounted front wing. The lower front wing mounts in a more forward position and is easy to trim, use and test without sacrificing track time. The front wing features a high-attack design with trim-able rear gurney options. A radical, edgy design which functions and compliments the Finnisher and Silencer body design includes elements and features fresh for the latest off-road conditions. The lower front wing is not car specific and can be used on most all 1/10th off-road buggies

Fit | Finish
Cut lines are included for easy trimming while dimples are located on the wing itself to indicate where to mount to the JConcepts front wing mount (not included). The leading center section of the wing has been formed into a unique V-shape to perfectly flow and maneuver around the camber links and tower or front shocks.

Front wing mount option
Due to customer and team demands, JConcepts has opted to release a genuine 3D printed front mount for the B5M and TLR 22 3.0 vehicle via the company’s Shapeways store. Although not an injection molded part, the 3D print item should give ample support to drivers wanting to utilize the JConcepts designed parts for a completely matched setup as used by the factory race team.
  • Original JConcepts design
  • High-attack, V-angle design
  • Radical, edgy design
  • Light-weight and durable design
  • Trim lines and dimpled location for JConcepts front wing mount

This product was added to our catalog on April 22, 2016