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Old 08-27-2019, 12:37 AM
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I used the tki4 version with no problems and holding up just fine.
just got the mp10 version and it has an extra hole for shock mount.
Thanks. That is what i am looking for so i can lay the shocks a bit more.
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Thanks. That is what i am looking for so i can lay the shocks a bit more.
the extra hole seems to be on the outside tho
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Why are you trying to lay the shocks in more? What are you struggling with on the rear of the buggy?
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Why would you change to the option parts center driveshaft over standerd. Also is anyone using the brass inserts with any success.

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Hey guys, what are the springs included with the kit? I picked up one of these from a friend and dont have the manual.
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Blue rear grey front
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Hey guys, what are the springs included with the kit? I picked up one of these from a friend and dont have the manual.
+1 Blue Rear
+1 Grey Front
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Hey guys, what are the springs included with the kit? I picked up one of these from a friend and dont have the manual.
light blue rear springs not just blue otherwise you’ll get the wrong ones. Part# IS 106-814
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Originally Posted by Big Will View Post
Hey guys, what are the springs included with the kit? I picked up one of these from a friend and dont have the manual.
http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/support/in...0_IM-ver02.pdf

http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/support/in...spop-ver02.pdf

http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/support/in...0_ex-ver02.pdf

http://www.kyosho.com/jpn/support/se...nk_Ver1_00.pdf

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Car is easier to drive with light blue front springs. You get less steering. Have not used grey springs all summer.
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I have been running red springs in the front and purple in the rear of the mp10. I am also running the +5 mm longer shock standoffs in the rear.
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