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Old 06-24-2009, 11:06 PM   #1
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Default Dynamite Hot Laps Buggy Tires

Anyone that has had experience with the tires, please post up. I've seen them online alot, and they are very affordable. I'm looking for opinions on them.

Please don't turn this into a "Go buy yourself AKA/Proline ......."
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Old 06-25-2009, 12:23 AM   #2
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Sadly man you should go buy AKA or Proline or Hot Bodies. The Proline foams last longer than the Dynamite foams.
With the Dynamite tires when you get loose it is very difficult to bring the car back then with the popular tires.
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Old 06-25-2009, 04:51 AM   #3
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They are not actually a bad tire. The one's I ran the foams did break down really quick. 2 out of the 4 people I have seen run them the tire did come off the rim but the track had good traction and the 2 cars were hooked up. Sportswerks had there name on em then. You get what you pay for.
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Sorry bro, but they suck - those are for kids that go out and spend $99 on a Ebay buggy. Proline or AKA
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They are good for the money, watch the glue job, same goes for all premounts.
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If they don't work as well as the stuff you're racing against, they aren't worth the money. If you spend $30 on tires that don't work instead of $40 on tires that do work, you didn't save $10, you wasted $30. There's always deals to be found on the premium stuff, you'll enjoy the track more if you've got the right tires.
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If they don't work as well as the stuff you're racing against, they aren't worth the money. If you spend $30 on tires that don't work instead of $40 on tires that do work, you didn't save $10, you wasted $30. There's always deals to be found on the premium stuff, you'll enjoy the track more if you've got the right tires.
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Thanks for the input. I will spend my money on something better.
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