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Old 08-01-2017, 10:27 PM   #346
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I'm new to F1. Can you guys advice me which compounds and rims is good for CRC Black?

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If it's a first time, Shimizu PS-0571 and PS-0572 combination is good combination to start.

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Old 08-01-2017, 11:38 PM   #347
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If it's a first time, Shimizu PS-0571 and PS-0572 combination is good combination to start.

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Between Exotek rims or Tamiya rims, which one would you recommend?
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If you want to widen your car, use Exotek offset rims. If you dont want/need to, Tamiyas are just fine.
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Old 08-02-2017, 12:46 AM   #349
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If you want to widen your car, use Exotek offset rims. If you dont want/need to, Tamiyas are just fine.
If I use the Exotek rims. Will I get traction rolls easier? Since the offset is 3mm wider than Tamiya rims.

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If I use the Exotek rims. Will I get traction rolls easier? Since the offset is 3mm wider than Tamiya rims.

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Technically if your car is wider theres less chance of it traction rolling. It makes the car more stable in the turns, but will take away steering.
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