Stronger than ever, the world’s performance benchmark has now been set.
With eyes on the ultimate prize of its 9th IFMAR World Championship title to be contested in the USA in October 2016, Inferno developer Yuichi Kanai has evolved the Inferno MP9 through 4 years of trial and error to produce the TKI4 model. Built for faster speed than the former TKI3, the new TKI4 features revised front/rear suspension for improved cornering stability and sharp control characteristics. A newly designed body and rear wing produces superior aerodynamics for high-performance cornering and traction. Improved driving performance goes hand-in-hand with enhanced maintenance and improved durability that can be relied upon during the critical stages of the race. Chassis structure and parts come together with precision and efficiency so the TKI4 can be recommended for serious buggy racers as well as those wanting to take the challenge of driving the ultimate 1/8 GP buggy.