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Old 04-27-2011, 07:40 AM   #3991
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did the 22 bodies start shipping yet?
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What is the difference between the gold and orange compounds for the barcode in the 1/10 buggy tire?
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What is the difference between the gold and orange compounds for the barcode in the 1/10 buggy tire?
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:04 AM   #3994
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Yes I saw that, I guess I just wanted to hear someones expeience running both and what they felt. I guess I should also let you know that I am running on an indoor clay surface that is still new and has somewhat of a groove starting to come up and grip is still medium, just trying to find the right tire and compuond whithout having to buy everyone out there, so i'm asking questions.
Thanks, for any help I can get.
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Is it the same basic shape as the other Punishers? The stock Eco body is so much smaller than everything else out there, hoping it is something like that. Going to wait for someone to get it out here though. Ill let the hobby shop pay for the shipping!
It's exactly the same as the nitro version with the exception of the driver-side scoop is more shallow to clear the batteries.

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Start shipping tomorrow or Friday.
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Yes I saw that, I guess I just wanted to hear someones expeience running both and what they felt. I guess I should also let you know that I am running on an indoor clay surface that is still new and has somewhat of a groove starting to come up and grip is still medium, just trying to find the right tire and compuond whithout having to buy everyone out there, so i'm asking questions.
Thanks, for any help I can get.
Gold would be the best to use. They are squirrely when they are new due to the tread height. use tire sauce to help break them in or run on the street for 1 pack to knock the tread height down.
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Yes I saw that, I guess I just wanted to hear someones expeience running both and what they felt. I guess I should also let you know that I am running on an indoor clay surface that is still new and has somewhat of a groove starting to come up and grip is still medium, just trying to find the right tire and compuond whithout having to buy everyone out there, so i'm asking questions.
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-Orange is strickly for high-bite/high-temp outdoor grooved conditions.

-Golds are for wet/damp highly packed indoor surfaces. Once these type surfaces start to dry out then green and blue are really good.
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wow this is gonna be a close one. purchased 2 22 punisher bodies last night need one friday lol.
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-Orange is strickly for high-bite/high-temp outdoor grooved conditions.

-Golds are for wet/damp highly packed indoor surfaces. Once these type surfaces start to dry out then green and blue are really good.
Thanks, exactly the kinda info I was looking for. Now, whats the different characteristics between the barcodes and the v2's?
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Thanks, exactly the kinda info I was looking for. Now, whats the different characteristics between the barcodes and the v2's?
Most of our guys say the V2's are a little faster laptimes (more cornerspeed/rotation)) and V1's are safer feeling to drive giving them a more consistent race. Example; Ryan Maifield loved the V2's at the Cactus Classic (TQ'd & won) and most of the B-Team drivers liked the V1's.
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Any plans for V2's in the front Barcodes?
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Any plans for V2's in the front Barcodes?
Not at the moment.
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