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Old 12-03-2021, 03:58 PM
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Originally Posted by rkhess View Post
J.whiting is correct ....if you want to run the mp9 blocks you will have to drill out the mp9 insert for the bigger suspension pins mp9 pills do not fit in mp10 blocks ....Im currently running the MP9 c and d blocks on my buggys for low grip ...some dremmeling reqired lol
im working on different pills for the mp10 block. 1/4 deg blocks and also mp9 blocks with bigger holes to do exactly what you have done. work in progress with the 3d printer
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Originally Posted by J.Whiting View Post
im working on different pills for the mp10 block. 1/4 deg blocks and also mp9 blocks with bigger holes to do exactly what you have done. work in progress with the 3d printer
Post this awesomeness on the buggy threads J !!! Lol
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Post this awesomeness on the buggy threads J !!! Lol
once i get a good platform i will for now i have fuel line holders and bruggy front body mounts in several colors. hopefully this week i can sit down and get a cad drawing up and ready but making nitro head heaters comes first. made 4 of them today to send out..
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What’s the go-to setup sheet for this truck right now?
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What’s the go-to setup sheet for this truck right now?
all depends on the track surfaces you are running on..
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Originally Posted by J.Whiting View Post
all depends on the track surfaces you are running on..
Outdoor, little dusty, medium grip, semi rough.

Basically southeastern United States outdoor track stuff.
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let me see what i have saved for setups..
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Old 01-02-2022, 08:08 AM
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Originally Posted by CaptainHowdyt13 View Post
Outdoor, little dusty, medium grip, semi rough.

Basically southeastern United States outdoor track stuff.
I run here in Florida

I pretty much run the stock setup with a few changes…

Red springs up front

60/50 Losi oil front/rear (adjust accordingly for the blazing summertime heat etc)

12/12/4 Diff oils

2.5/3 degree toe in rear (currently 3.0)

Droop screws are set at 2mm (ish)?














I run the strr rear unis….somewhere in the thread that is discussed…no probs there

I change the rear pills around…works for me (see if I can send some current pics showing suspension etc.)


Shocks are in middle hole on tower and arm both front/rear


60/40 ish front rear brake bias … vented discs.

Aluminum front rear caster blocks/hubs (personal preference)
17.5 castor +0/ +1 inserts….

Tworx front and rear aluminum chassis braces

Lunsford titanium bottom kit… turnbuckles.(personal preference)

If a lot of traffic is running and a groove forms I might make tire changes and maybe play with diffs, oils etc.

Running stock Kyosho 13t vented clutch bell setup on 3 aluminum shoes with 1.0 springs all around

I find that I can still get on the throttle and it handles the rough sweetly.

Still playing around with it but working for me…lol
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Obviously tires are going to play a huge factor and since coming back in …I’ve really liked the feel of the J Concepts Reflex to start out the day…

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Old 01-02-2022, 08:14 AM
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Pretty sure all links and Ackerman positions, sway bars, pistons etc. are stock except for the rear pill setup… and mentioned items? I run the lightened cross pins in the diffs(not necessary). I run emulsion setup…. And check/change oils every so often..

No “magic” setup…. Find you a good base setup that’s a comfortable start…then tweak/play around with it to accommodate your driving style and track conditions based on your experiences and data gathered…out of the box setup isn’t too shabby…😎🇺🇸



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Good to see Lutz running A Kyosho again.

Solid run at SIC.. congrats!

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I run a very similar setup to the above setup. basic setup differences for me is 10 10 7 diffs.. i tend to run dark blue springs front and rear. 700 600 shocks oils on white 1.3 5 hole pistons on bladders more than emulsion. but the truggy out of box setup is really good for sure. truck is good. i go everywhere with this setup and it just works lol
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also wanted to mention there where alot more kyoshos at SIC 2022 this year than i expected. the trucks looked really good.
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Greetings, building an MP10T TRUGGY any tips/advise to avoid pitfalls/learning curves greatly appreciated?
Many thanksz!
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What have y'all figured about the body, besides don't crash?
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Use the jcon body like the rest of us. Get the JW mount.

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15892479[/url]]What have y'all figured about the body, besides don't crash?
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