KYOSHO BIG SHOCK SPRINGS M/L 11-1.4/95MM GREEN (2)

Brand: Kyosho

Part Number: K.IF348-1114

£13.55 Web Price RRP £14.26

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This is a set of optional Kyosho 95mm Big Bore Rear Shock Springs, and are intended for use with the Kyosho MP9 and ST-RR 1/8 scale vehicles. These springs are made with a smaller 1.4 diameter wire, compared to the original springs that used 1.6 wire. These springs also have a lower turn count than the older big bore shock springs, which allows the spring to be lighter than the previous shock springs.

Long Length 95mm Shock Spring Specifications:
  • Softer
    • IF348-1114: Green - 11 turns/1.4 wire (2.46lb-in / 439.58 n/m)
    • IF348-1014: Light Blue - 10 turns/1.4 wire (2.76lb-in / 494.53 n/m)
    • IF348-1316: White - 13 turns/1.6 wire (3.36lb-in / 596.52 n/m)
    • IF348-1216: Purple - 12 turns/1.6 wire (3.70lb-in / 656.17 n/m)
    • IF348-1116: Light Green - 11 turns/1.6 wire (4.11lb-in / 729.08 n/m)
    • IF349-1016: Blue - 10 turns/1.6 wire (4.62lb-in / 820.22 n/m)
    • IF348-916: Red - 9 turns/1.6 wire (5.28lb-in / 937.39 n/m)
  • Harder

Effects of Shock Spring Changes
 Shock Spring  Characteristic
 Softer
  • Increased Chassis Roll
  • Increased Traction
  • Better in Bumpy Conditions
  • More Likely to Bottom Out
 Stiffer
  • Decreased Chassis Roll
  • Decreased Traction
  • Increased Responsiveness



Part Compatibility:
  • Kyosho Inferno MP777 
  • Kyosho Inferno MP9 TKI2 
  • Kyosho Inferno MP9e 
  • Kyosho Inferno ST-RR EVO 
  • Kyosho Inferno MP9 TKI3 
  • Kyosho Inferno ST-R 
  • Kyosho Inferno ST-RR 
  • Kyosho Inferno MP9 
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