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Old 10-18-2013, 07:50 PM   #16
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Thats even worse. Your rollout changes every run and depending on bite of track and set-up the tires wear unevenly and you get funky camber changes near the end of a race. I started in on road years ago with the losi stuff from a xxx-s on up until I got out about 7 years ago. I hated foams. Went through them faster than a fist full of singles and a strip club.
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Old 10-19-2013, 08:25 AM   #17
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imo, Sweep are very good quality tires/wheels

Jaco tires are ok, but their wobbly wheels are embarrassing to bolt on to a high end Sedan

WGT tires last longer than sedan tires if running on carpet
Unlike sedan tires, the performance of Spec Lilac WGT tires improve every run, until the last when they wear to the rim

WGT is the most simple way to race on road, is generally as fast as mod sedan, and that's in Roar spec mode, 13.5 blinky

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