Body JConcepts YZ-2 P2K body mai 16, 2019 by Chris Leave a Comment JConcepts have introduced the new P2K body for the Yokomo YZ-2. The P2K is the latest body to come from the JC team produced for the latest generation of 2WD buggies. An evolution of the P2 body, the “K” is sleeker by removing rear down-force features to allow the buggy to turn on the tightest circuits and carpet and AstroTurf surfaces where traction is always plentiful. Starting in the development phase, Jason Ruona and Paul Wynn analyzed footage and technical video associated with the S2, F2 and P2 lineage and went to work. To address the latest high-grip conditions, the team put concentration on the rear section of the body to allow some freedom of rotation. The entire center section of the cab on the P2K has a channel based design to flow directly over the middle of the vehicle to stabilize the at-speed handling. Shopping! Wartelle Shop Shopping! RC Shop Shopping! RC Team The front of the cab, important to performance, includes the P2 position with heavily recessed front windshield. The JConcepts edge treatment remains on the side-capsule area for air-flow direction by the cab and pointing the force to the rear wing area. The chamfering stands out as a JConcepts design feature on every new shell, the P2K has those elements and in great positions for decals and paint allocation. The P2K takes into account, spur covers and drops over the kit supplied setup. Rear louvers tuck into the rear stance of the shell which can always be customer trimmed for a slight amount of heat escape. No JConcepts body is complete without a proper rear wing, the IFMAR World winning S-type rear wing is included (2pc.) for durability, rear traction and high-speed tracking. Each body shell is created at the JConcepts headquarters in Groveland, FL, and includes decal sheet, window mask and backed by JConcepts racing lineage and customer support. Source: JConcepts Partagez6TweetezEnregistrer6 PartagesAbout ChrisFounder of circusrc.com, journalist & photographer in the RC world for several years, Chris is passionate about RC, racing and technique. Whether in France or in the world, he is trying to bring high-quality information and photos for enthusiasts... and make you want to join the world of RC!