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Another TKI thread, more TKI4 Specific http://www.rctech.net/forum/nitro-of...buggy-kit.html

TKI4 Replacement Parts (Good for upgrading from TKI3) http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/Replace...ts_c_1505.html

TKI4 Optional Parts http://www.kyoshoamerica.com/Option-Parts_c_1506.html

Some notes on the new Towers/Long shocks here

Picked up a TKI3 and want to upgrade to TKI4 ? Here are all the updated parts:

Shocks

IF347-155 1.5X5 Pistons
IF471-01 Front Shock Body
IF470-01 Rear Shock Body
IF470-03BK Shock Adjust Dial
IFW154 Boots
IF346-05C Shock End Set

Wing

IF491BK Wing
IFW460B Wing Mount/Stay

Rear End

IFH006W Wheel
IF490 HUB
IF490-01 Hub Insert
IF492 Shock Pin
IF423HB Rear Arm
IF287 Hard Upper Rod Rear

Front End

IF489 Steering Rod Set
IF488 Knuckles
IF487H Front Arm
IFW458 Hard Lower Pin
IFW425 93MM CVD
IF286 Hard Upper Rod
IF486 Lower Susp Holder
IFW459 Servo Saver (Hard)
IF446B Ackerman Arm
IF426-64.5 Susp Shaft

Other

IF469B Filter
97035LW-13 Clutch Bell
IF453B Body Mount
IFW107GM Hexes
W300910 Washer
IF443B Center Diff Plate
IF444C Tank
IF479B Radio Box
96772 13x16x0.15mm Shim
IF481B Fuel Tank Stay
IFW336GM Wheelnut
IFB008 TKI4 Body
IFD403W TKI4 Decal

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Old 12-31-2010, 08:10 AM
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MP9e radio box might be too small to fit a battery? I can't check either as I sold my MP9e to focus on Nitro this summer. lol
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Well I have a TK1 going to upgrade her why not! Been running her for about 8 months now have had no real issues buggy is solid. Since I was at the bottom of the Cmain last weekend indoor race yes I can admitt it. I was working the bump in second just couldn't maintain. Realality set in I should set my car up from stock. I purchased her used and I dont think I have even changed the oil in the shocks or the diffs!! LOL.

This is the best forum ever super cool people on here. I have finally read from page 200 up to the last page. I have all the part numbers ready to go from this forum making sure with you guys that I have everything and maybe too much. Thanks in advance. I am racing the hangover race at Delta indoor this Saturday cant wait to run both my K Rides they are totally quality. Just need to get them pro status.

I may post a picture of her so you guys could get a good laugh but also constructed critisism.

I need the part number for that new cvd that has the cover Mathias was calling it bling on his new TKI2.


new front alu brace, IFW418

IFW-411 screw kit
IFW412 Front C hubs
IFW406 Upper arm holder
IFW407 Rear Toe Plate
IFW408 Medium Tower Rear
IF471 Front Threaded Shocks
IF470 Rear Threaded Shocks
IFW402 Wing Stay Supports
IFW401 Radio Tray Supports
IFW414 Rear Hubs
IFW409 Medium NON threaded shock without springs
IFW405-1.4 8 hole in the rear.
IFW404 93mm universals.
IFW467 longer kingpin bolt/bushing kit
IFW411 Titanium Screw Set (MP9)
IF467 Long King Pin Set
IFW415 Hard Rear Suspension Pin
IFW416 Anti Pop Off 6.8mm Ball Set (Hard Coating)
IFW417 Anti Pop Off 6.8mm Ball Set (Hard Coating)
IF475 Servo Saver Foam Piece
IF442W White Suspension Bushing Set
IF444B Revised Fuel Tank
IFW423 new front battery holder

IF348-916 9-1,6,L95 red
IF348-1016 10-1,6,L96 dark blue
IF348-1116 11-1,6,L95 lime green
IF348-1014 10-1,4, L95 light blue
IF348-1216 12-1,6,L95 purple
IF348-1114 11-1,4, L95 dark green
IF348-1316 13-1,6,L97 white


Happy New Year Everyone Please Make It Safe to Race ON!!!!
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Does anybody run the 48t spur 14t clutch bell combo on mid size tracks?If yes how does it work out for you?
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Originally Posted by GFDracing
Well I have a TK1 going to upgrade her why not! Been running her for about 8 months now have had no real issues buggy is solid. Since I was at the bottom of the Cmain last weekend indoor race yes I can admitt it. I was working the bump in second just couldn't maintain. Realality set in I should set my car up from stock. I purchased her used and I dont think I have even changed the oil in the shocks or the diffs!! LOL.

This is the best forum ever super cool people on here. I have finally read from page 200 up to the last page. I have all the part numbers ready to go from this forum making sure with you guys that I have everything and maybe too much. Thanks in advance. I am racing the hangover race at Delta indoor this Saturday cant wait to run both my K Rides they are totally quality. Just need to get them pro status.

I may post a picture of her so you guys could get a good laugh but also constructed critisism.

I need the part number for that new cvd that has the cover Mathias was calling it bling on his new TKI2.


new front alu brace, IFW418

IFW-411 screw kit
IFW412 Front C hubs
IFW406 Upper arm holder
IFW407 Rear Toe Plate
IFW408 Medium Tower Rear
IF471 Front Threaded Shocks
IF470 Rear Threaded Shocks
IFW402 Wing Stay Supports
IFW401 Radio Tray Supports
IFW414 Rear Hubs
IFW409 Medium NON threaded shock without springs
IFW405-1.4 8 hole in the rear.
IFW404 93mm universals.
IFW467 longer kingpin bolt/bushing kit
IFW411 Titanium Screw Set (MP9)
IF467 Long King Pin Set
IFW415 Hard Rear Suspension Pin
IFW416 Anti Pop Off 6.8mm Ball Set (Hard Coating)
IFW417 Anti Pop Off 6.8mm Ball Set (Hard Coating)
IF475 Servo Saver Foam Piece
IF442W White Suspension Bushing Set
IF444B Revised Fuel Tank
IFW423 new front battery holder

IF348-916 9-1,6,L95 red
IF348-1016 10-1,6,L96 dark blue
IF348-1116 11-1,6,L95 lime green
IF348-1014 10-1,4, L95 light blue
IF348-1216 12-1,6,L95 purple
IF348-1114 11-1,4, L95 dark green
IF348-1316 13-1,6,L97 white


Happy New Year Everyone Please Make It Safe to Race ON!!!!
Why not jus buy the TK2
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Happy New Year to the TKI world
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Undecided bout buying TKI 2 or MBX6 anyone make the switch? how do they handle different? Are you more happy with the TKI 2?
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I like the handling of the MP9 over the MBX6
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Originally Posted by jsmax
Anyone had issues with rear universals? I had one break on me after 4-5 race days on the car, then after another 4-5 race days I had another one break the other day. Also, a buggy of mine bought an MP9 and he also broke one after 4-5 race days. Curious if anyone else is having issues?

All three of them broke about 1/2-3/4" from the end that does into the outdrive.
MY REAR CENTER KEEPS BENDING, AND ITS ONLY BEEN RUN A FEW RUNS ON IT
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I like the handling of the MP9 over the MBX6
absolutely
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I like the handling of the MP9 over the MBX6
Is that all u like better?
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Undecided bout buying TKI 2 or MBX6 anyone make the switch? how do they handle different? Are you more happy with the TKI 2?
I recently switched from 1 1/2 years of racing an MBX6, I've practiced with the MP9 twice for about almost 3/4 of a gallon. The main difference is how planted the car feels. The track wet or dry it almost felt the same.. very planted, it feels a little heavier but I think that's why it feels planted. It doesn't have the aggressive oversteering like the mugen, it feels calm and precise. It jumps very well like a deer like some one earlier described.

What I did noticed and this may just be me but I noticed that it crashes a little more violent, this may sound weird but when it crashed it felt like it spun and spun forever maybe due to the weight or maybe since it was my new toy it felt like for ever either way the car feels better than the mugen for my driving style.

Holds a line on and off power very good. When the rear breaks loose it corrects it self calm and controllable not aggressive like the mugen.

I did buy the MP9SE but after investing in some hop ups I should have bought the tki2.
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Originally Posted by Alan D.
I like the handling of the MP9 over the MBX6
I came from mugen......never looking back!! mp9 is much beter in evey way, handles much better more controllable and quality is awsome.
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I recently switched from 1 1/2 years of racing an MBX6, I've practiced with the MP9 twice for about almost 3/4 of a gallon. The main difference is how planted the car feels. The track wet or dry it almost felt the same.. very planted, it feels a little heavier but I think that's why it feels planted. It doesn't have the aggressive oversteering like the mugen, it feels calm and precise. It jumps very well like a deer like some one earlier described.

What I did noticed and this may just be me but I noticed that it crashes a little more violent, this may sound weird but when it crashed it felt like it spun and spun forever maybe due to the weight or maybe since it was my new toy it felt like for ever either way the car feels better than the mugen for my driving style.

Holds a line on and off power very good. When the rear breaks loose it corrects it self calm and controllable not aggressive like the mugen.

I did buy the MP9SE but after investing in some hop ups I should have bought the tki2.
thanks for your help
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Originally Posted by yamahamxracer
I came from mugen......never looking back!! mp9 is much beter in evey way, handles much better more controllable and quality is awsome.
hows the quality of the Mugen?
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