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T-Work’s introduce new ZX7 option parts

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T-Work’s have introduced new option parts for the Kyosho ZX7. First up are a gold-plated steel screw set and titanium UFO head screw set. The gold-plated screws add some bling while the titanium UFO head screws allow to save some weight. Also new are the titanium ball end set and the titanium turnbuckle set also allowing to shave weight. T-Work’s released also a carbon fibre battery strap. Cut from high-quality carbon fibre, it provide a cool factory look.

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T-Work’s ZX7 aluminium centre driveshafts

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T-Work’s have introduced new aluminium centre driveshafts for the Kyosho ZX7. Available in set or separately, the 77.5mm and 66.5mm centre driveshafts are made from high-quality 7075-T6 aluminium and come hard coated for wear.

Cody King making his comeback!

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Kyosho America announced that after a break, Cody King was back in the Red Samurai team. The 2010 IFMAR 1/8th Nitro Buggy World Champion went through a difficult period that forced him to stop his career to re-build himself and come back stronger. His return to a team he knows well and with which he has been very successful with the support of his father Paul like in the good old days will give him a solid basis to relaunch his new career as a pro rider. Cody stated:

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CJ Jelin signs with Kyosho

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Kyosho America have announced the signing of rising star CJ Jelin to their team. The young 14 year-old has already had great success in both 1/10th and 1/8th Nationally, and coming off an A-Main finish at the 2018 Nitro Off-Road World Championships we know with great support behind him the momentum with continue throughout his career. CJ.Jelin has showcased speed, work ethic, professionalism, and dedication to never give up even in times of adversity which are truly amazing attributes from such a young racer and are just some of the many reasons Kyosho is excited to announce the signing and support of CJ for the coming years. CJ.Jelin had this to say:

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Jordan Huzel joins Kyosho

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Kyosho America have announced the signing of Jordan Huzel to their team for the 2019 season. The former RC America/XRAY driver will be running the RB7 2WD buggy and ZX7 4WD buggy at the major events in US. J.Huzel has the following to say:

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Jared Tebo leaves Kyosho

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After fulfilling a second five-year stint with Kyosho as an International Team driver, Jared Tebo after ten years, will be retiring from the Kyosho Team. Jared got his start in 1:8 nitro off-road racing with Kyosho back in 2004, taking victories in most of the major events during that season. He moved to another brand for a few years, and then came back to Kyosho in 2008, just in time for the release of the MP9 on the nitro side, and during the reign of the RB5 and ZX5 electric buggies in the 1:10-scale categories, and the RT and SC trucks.

Rumours of his possible departure were therefore true. Other rumors indicate that J. Tebo signed at Tekno’s. Will J. Tebo take Ryan Lutz’s place at Tekno and R. Lutz J. Tebo’s place at Kyosho?

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Kyosho Inferno MP9e Evo Readyset E-buggy

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Following the release of the Inferno MP10 Nitro Buggy, Kyosho have introduced the new MP9e Evo Readyset E-buggy. Based on the competition-level MP9e Evo kit, this Readyset package represents excellent performance and value. While maintaining the exceptional flat maneuverability and aerial control of the previous model, the new chassis layout of the MP9e Evo shows improved balance for even greater control. The aero body has been designed specially for this electric racing buggy to enhance critical elements such as steering, traction and rough track performance. At the heart of the MP9e Evo is the new Kyosho Speed House brushless motor and ESC. This factory-finished Readyset package contains nearly everything needed to hit the track, all you need to add is a charged battery to the chassis and batteries for the transmitter.

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Kyosho unveils Inferno MP10 photos & instruction manual

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After unveiling several teasers of the Inferno MP10, Kyosho has just put an end to the expectations of fans of the Japanese brand. Kyosho has unveiled detailed images of the Inferno MP10 and its instruction manual. The MP10 evolves in many ways but remains aesthetically in the same vein as its predecessor. Among the new features are front and rear arms that use a design obviously inspired by HB Racing, monobloc fin support, hub carriers, bodywork, etc….

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