Kyosho News

T-Work’s MP9 TKI3/4 wire switch

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T-Work’s have introduced a connector style switch for the Kyosho Inferno MP9 TKI3 and TKI4. The ‘switch’ is made up of two 4mm jacks fixed on a carbon fibre plate. This system allows to eliminate the using of a standard switch, just need to connect with a jumper wire.

Kyosho MP9 TKI4 Perth Edition

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Kyosho Europe have introduced the Inferno MP9 TKI4 in a special “Perth Edition” package made to celebrate the forthcoming 2018 IFMAR 1/8 Nitro Buggy World Championship. The TKI4 will come with aluminium front hub carrier set of your choice (available in 13°, 16°, 17.5° or 19 deg.) and a Kyosho K-Fade T-shirt.

More Kyosho ZX7 detailed photos

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Kyosho Europe has posted new photos of the upcoming ZX7. These show more details like the fully modified weight distribution compared to the ZX6.6 and the lack of front and rear chassis stiffeners.

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Kyosho release new ZX7 teaser photo

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Following the ZX7 body, Kyosho have released another photo of their forthcoming new ZX7 1/10 4WD buggy. With the evolution of the current tracks, the ZX7 could be a versatile buggy as comfortable on high-traction surfaces such as carpet and astro turf and also on the dirt. More information and official details are expected to surface soon.

Kyosho Circle K shirt & snapback hats

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Kyosho have introduced new apparel in the form of Circle K short sleeve shirts and snapback hats. First up is the Circle K T-shirt. This short sleeve shirts is made from high-quality cotton material and sports the new Circle K logo in front and centre and the K logo on the back at the base of the neck. The Circle K T-shirt is available in red and grey colors in S to 4XL sizes. Also new is the new snapback hat. It sports a stitched Kyosho logo up front while the snapback design allows to adjust the size of the cap. The cap comes in deux colors, all-black with the Kyosho logo in red and white or with the flat bill in red.

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T-Work’s MBX8 & MP9 diff cross pins

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T-Work’s have introduced new aluminum differential cross pins for the Mugen MBX8 and the Kyosho Inferno MP9. The cross pins are machined from high-quality aluminium and feature a hard–coated surface. These aluminum cross pins will help to reduce the weight of your diff’s for reduced rotation mass and improved acceleration. They will also help eliminate wear on the case and produces a smoother, longer lasting differential. The differential cross pins come in a set of six.

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Kyosho unveil ZX7 body

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Kyosho have unveiled the body of its forthcoming 4WD buggy, the ZX7. The body is very angular with a very long, narrow and high cab with a channeled roof that directs the flow through the centre of the body while also increasing the rigidity of the cab. Behind the cab is located a unique central spoiler that improves stability in a straight line.

Kyosho Inferno MP9 TKI4 ReadySet

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Kyosho have introduced the Inferno MP9 TKI4 nitro buggy in ReadySet version. With 8 world championship titles, the Inferno has set the standard as the most powerful 1/8 scale engine racing buggy of all time. The DNA of the competition-level MP9 TKI4 model and its advanced racing technology is embodied in this Readyset. The MP9 TKI4’s signature long front sus arms and 17.5°caster angle front hub carriers realize superior cornering stability and sharp control while the adoption of a forward cabin type body increases downforce, using the Inferno’s aerodynamic performance advantage to deliver balanced cornering and optimal traction. Including the user-friendly and high torque KE21SP engine fitted with recoil starter and rear existing exhaust, anyone wishing to challenge the peak of 1/8 engine buggy performance can find the perfect racing partner in this MP9 TKI4.

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