Kyosho has published the features of the Inferno MP10 1/8th Scale Competition Buggy. The model is sold in kit form, with many new features. The layout weight distribution maintains effective steering control with firm front grip, whether you’re accelerating or not.
Cornering speed is further increased through optimization of the Ackerman ratio. A new reversible steering plate enables eight different settings to match the specific characteristics of the racing surface and your personal preferences as a racer.
The optimized Ackerman in the MP10 delivers an increase in lock-to-lock steering travel. The design of the new reinforced tie rod ends doesn’t interfere with the inside of the tire and wheel when steering is at maximum angle.
The side guard has been reduced in thickness and height, is 18 grams lighter and looks sharp as it narrows from the center of the chassis towards the rear.
Suspension geometry can be quickly and easily adjusted with the aluminum suspension holders and offset suspension bushings on front and rear. In addition, the wheelbase can be adjusted to long or short to suit course characteristics and your driving style.
The body design features a steep angle on the nose section to increase steering response on all track conditions. The addition of ribs minimizes damage from turnovers without impacting style and performance.
The front section features a revised positioning of the cabin with the front window angle from the MP9 TKI4 to deliver superior turning performance and a more stable posture in the air over the larger jumps.
Airflow is channeled for aerodynamic effect with lines running from a narrowed front to the more narrow side pods of the MP10.
Based on the suspension geometry of the MP9 TKI4 shock stay, the number of shock and upper arm mounting holes has been optimized. In addition, the reinforced rear shock stay delivers increased strength and prevents dirt catching.