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help me figure out what buggy i have

Old 12-12-2011, 08:28 PM
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I got a kyosho nitro buggy from a guy who got it in a trade an didn't know much about it. I can't get pics on here cause I get on here from my phone. I know its a older model.an is very clean I'm just not sure what it is. I thought it was a mp777 an bought a new body for it but it wasn't wide enough. If your familiar with kyosho buggys I can email you pics of it. Thanks for any help. Is like to figure out what it is so I can get the correct stuff for it. I plan on rebuilding it soon.
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Old 12-12-2011, 10:31 PM
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ill post em

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Awesome.thanks, ill email you some when I get home
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lets see if the iPhone will post them




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Kyosho Inferno Mp7.5 kanai edition.
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Thank you so much. Are they know to be decent buggys. This is my first nitro buggy. It seems like a nice buggy an I picked it up really cheap. I didn't want to spend a lot on one till I got used to running them.
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Old 12-13-2011, 05:35 PM
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I had two versions of the mp7.5. It may be difficult to find parts for it, but it is a great handling buggy, especially to get used to racing or learning to work/drive on a nitro buggy. Enjoy....
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Most of the parts are readily available. This is the foundation for the current Kyosho RTR vehicles, so I would bet that you can replace just about anything on the car.
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Yep its a kani i still have my k3 its a great car handels good and perfect to learn on. Infernosonly stock most of the parts an you can get a k2 or 3 manual from rcdocuments. Com if they don't have it anymore pm me and I should still have the pdf if ya need.
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Old 12-14-2011, 01:11 AM
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Also.order 777 mud.guards there narrower and let you run 777 bodies way eiaiser also a d8 bulldog will fit then with some trimming I will get ya the part number in the morning.
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Thank you guys very much for all the info. Now I know what to get parts for.
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kyoif318 for the 777 side guards the front two holes line up but you need to re drill the back ones,easy enough. i have been runnin this way for a long time works perfect.
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