Kyosho TKI3 wins Neo12 debut If you ever wanted a perfect winning debut for a new updated car, look no further than Tebo's imperious victory with the new TKI3 from Kyosho. After a steady start to qualifying he soon got into his stride and TQ'd, followed that up with a win in the Dash4Cash having started last and a great drive in the final, helped by fantastic fuel mileage but by no means solely won on one less pitstop.
The TKI3 is the 3rd update/revision of the Kyosho's World Championship winning MP9 buggy - originally released back in 2008; a platform considered by many as one of the best all rounders on any track.
The most visible change is the heavily revised radio tray with a moulded battery box replacing the former carbon attachment, a new receiver box with rear support, transponder mount - looking much tidier than before. The alu radio plate itself is also new, featuring a novel way of mounting the fiddly servo brackets, now they screw direct to the alu plate - clever thinking. Also new are the side guards, which now sweep in towards the rear, as well as the new harder front shock tower, according to sources the new tower also changes front camber slightly.