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Kyosho Ultima anti-roll bar set

See: Kyosho Europe

Kyosho have introduced a new set of anti-roll bars for the Ultima. The set consist of one front and one rear anti-roll bars and the mounting hardware. The use of the anti-roll bars allow to control excess roll when cornering as well as change the drive feeling.

Baldo brothers leave Kyosho

Source: infoRC.net

Bryan and Oscar Baldo have announced that they were leaving Kyosho after a slightly more than 2 years of partnership. This teamwork has led to many solid results at the Spanish Championship but also at events such as the Montpellier GP and the European Championship. At this moment Bryan and Oscar have not given any information about their next sponsor.

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Kyosho Ultima rear shock spring set

See: Kyosho Europe

Kyosho have introduced a new set of rear shock springs for the Ultima. The set includes two types of new hardness springs in between existing medium and hard. Although their hardness matches the characteristics of 2WD buggy, the springs can also be used for Optima and Turbo Optima.

Kyosho MP9/10 Big Bore shock springs

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Kyosho have introduced three new sets of Big Bore shock springs for the Inferno MP9 series and MP10. These springs are made with a smaller 1.5 diameter wire, compared to the original springs that used 1.6 wire. Available in 70mm for the front and 81mm and 85mm for the rear, the red front springs with 7.5 coils, the light purple front springs with 8 coils, the blue rear springs with 8 and 9 coils, the light purple rear springs with 10 coils and the red rear springs with 8.5 coils are available in set of two springs.

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Kyosho MP10 aluminium HD shock towers

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Kyosho have introduced the new HD front and rear aluminium shock towers for the Inferno MP10. Both towers are machined from high-quality aluminium and come with a gold anodizing specific to optional aluminium parts for 1/8th buggies from the Japanese company. The stays are designed to be used with 50mm shock bodies in the front and 58mm shock bodies in the rear.

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Kyosho introduce new Ultima option parts

See: Kyosho Europe

Kyosho have introduced three new option parts for the Ultima in the form of two carbon fibre shock towers and an aluminum heatsink motor plate. The front and rear shock towers are machined from high-quality carbon fibre. Lightweight, yet heavy duty construction, the towers sport a factory look and more robust material than the stock plastic. Machined from high-quality aluminum, the motor plate features the signature Kyosho gun metal anodize and fins for advanced heat dissipation.

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T-Work’s MP10 & RC8B3.1 connector-style switches

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T-Work’s have introduced two new connector-style switches for the Kyosho Inferno MP9 TKI3, TKI4 and MP10 as well as the Team Assoicated RC8B3.1. The switch is mounted on a carbon fibre plate and uses a jumper wire. The plate comes pre-soldered with JR-style connectors for the receiver and battery wire while the switch is made with a XT60 connector assuring a better reliability compared to the standard switch.

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T-Work’s MP10 & MT10T aluminium chassis braces

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T-Work’s have introduced new aluminium chassis braces for the Kyosho Inferno MP10 and MP10T. Both braces are CNC machined from high-quality 7075-T6 aluminium and come black anodised and sport a white T-Works logo while the openings feature machined silver edges. Available separately, the front brace is usable for both the MP10 and MP10T while the rear brace is only usable with the MP10T.

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