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JConcepts Mugen MBX8/MBX7 "S3" 1/8 Buggy Body (Clear)

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the JConcepts Mugen MBX7R "S3" Body samples elements from its famous relatives the Finnisher, Silencer and Striker bodies but packs a slightly refined image. The base enhancements to the design come from the parallel to chassis side-pods, that look traditional with 1/8th buggies of the past. A large rear-end winglet has been added to aid in the rear traction stability as well as stopping force. It all finishes with a drop-fit design which wraps the Mugen chassis layout like a glove.

The offset of the race proven shell provides a compact fit for fuel tank, linkage and air filter assembly which drivers fully appreciate after a complete trim and paint. The heavy channeling on the front windshield keeps the Strike 3 aligned at high-speed while the side-pods have multiple hard-edge angles that spill off neatly into 90 degree side-panels. Just behind the engine head, a sleek up-rising flows from the body like running water and a sharp rise in the rear wicker blocks flow to the rear tower and redirects to the rear wing area. The clear body set includes window templates and decal sheet.

Features:
  • JConcepts Strike 3 design
  • Drop-fit design, balanced aero characteristics
  • Large rear-end winglet for stability
  • Hard-edge, spill off side-pods
  • Clear polycarbonate with protective film
  • Window masks and Striker decal sheet 

This product was added to our catalog on November 3, 2017