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Old 06-25-2018, 07:42 PM
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Ok .... another mp9 finished

car will come with tki4 parts installed ..... everything you need to run nitro ...... ball bearings in ackerman plate,very tight steering rack no slop .... springs on brake calipers ...... aeration caps built with bladder ,orings for aeration included ..... ready to win car !!!!

i build cars with great detail ..... this is a used/rebuilt car but far from beat down ...... install your electronics and power plant ...... get ready to win !!!
car will come with new unpainted body and black wing

400$ + actual shipping is fair .... car is very nice

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I can text ya more pics if interested

built a lot of kyosho cars ..... this one has a m2c chassis with kyosho stiffener plate ..... still in great shape


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Houston we have a problem, I don't see a price...lol
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Lol

400$ + shipping is fair for this
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well wrenched car .... you will love it
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Could include new clear body instead
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Very tempting indeed! Cant decide this or a new spec a
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Very tempting indeed! Cant decide this or a new spec a
i can assure you that you wont find a more well prepped car , even a new one .......

if it doesnt sell it may just become a practice car .....
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i can assure you that you wont find a more well prepped car , even a new one .......

if it doesnt sell it may just become a practice car .....
Im hearing emulsion style is getting very good praise as of late, Im definitely interested in trying an emulsion set up. That's basically just cutting out the bladder and leaving in the ring right? I hope it wouldnt leak as the tki isnt a native designed emultion set up. How is this one set up as it sits?

Do you take great care in building diffs, shocks? greasing and oiling things that need it? fresh smooth bearings throughout? super smooth train and out drives? Would you set up the linkage? Does anything need shimming? Is this an official tki4 the parts an all?
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sn47som1, Mr. Houston knows how to set up a TKi, you won't be disappointed. I've seen his cars in action and they work phenomenally. I don't know how his shocks are set up (emulsion) or standard. If I was to start racing nitro again I would definitely pick this buggy up and race it in the NCT's over here in the northwest. This a great deal on a buggy that is set up and ready to rock.. IMO..
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Im hearing emulsion style is getting very good praise as of late, Im definitely interested in trying an emulsion set up. That's basically just cutting out the bladder and leaving in the ring right? I hope it wouldnt leak as the tki isnt a native designed emultion set up. How is this one set up as it sits?

Do you take great care in building diffs, shocks? greasing and oiling things that need it? fresh smooth bearings throughout? super smooth train and out drives? Would you set up the linkage? Does anything need shimming? Is this an official tki4 the parts an all?
i build cars as if i was building them for myself there is a setup sheet posted in pics

this car has aeration caps ..... shocks are built bladder but i have included the orings for aeration

it will have a fresh kyosho clutch .... new servo horns for throttle and steering ..... all different engines and ssrvos require different linkage setups so you would have to do that .....

look at the setup sheet pic

if anything you think you may need different lmk

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i build cars as if i was building them for myself there is a setup sheet posted in pics

this car has aeration caps ..... shocks are built bladder but i have included the orings for aeration

it will have a fresh kyosho clutch .... new servo horns for throttle ans steering ..... all different engines and ssrvos require different linkage setups so you would have to do that .....

look at the setup sheet pic

if anything you think you may need different lmk
Sounds great, but Im saying I'll need you to put the parts together at least for the linkage. I'm not too familiar with putting these together; definitely haven't put a kyosho together. Last tki3 I had I bought used it was together. Like just put them together on the brake levers already built ya know? Like most guys do selling rollers. I would think you would do this naturally. If not I'll have to flag down some pics on the web and go from there...
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Sounds great, but Im saying I'll need you to put the parts together at least for the linkage. I'm not too familiar with putting these together; definitely haven't put a kyosho together. Last tki3 I had I bought used it was together. Like just put them together on the brake levers already built ya know? Like most guys do selling rollers. I would think you would do this naturally. If not I'll have to flag down some pics on the web and go from there...
I would have no problem doing that of course .... its pretty easy and I can include a manual with car

if you are really interested lmk
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I would have no problem doing that of course .... its pretty easy and I can include a manual with car

if you are really interested lmk
Just curious why the m2c chassis? and do you have the black steering knuckles?
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