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Old 02-16-2010, 03:19 PM   #76
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http://www.neobuggy.net/modules/news...p?storyid=7743

If thats the new tire its so sick. kind of the opposite geometry of sorts in tread of caliber or cityblock yet nowhere evn comparable. unreal, very nice new tyre.
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Old 02-16-2010, 03:32 PM   #77
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If thats the new tire its so sick. kind of the opposite geometry of sorts in tread of caliber or cityblock yet nowhere evn comparable. unreal, very nice new tyre.
Very interesting.......not really sure what to think about that tread design,definatly different.
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Very cool.

LMAO at what appears to be the blue-molded foams they've been using in the SC tires in the background. (They're lighter blue than the closed cell...and molded...but a *great* durometer).
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Hmmmm.... Interesting! It is a totally different approach at a tire design. We shall see!
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holy sick. i would like to try a set of these
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truggy vtr please!!!!
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the bag says recoil maybe that is what the tire name will be that is definately a tire to try
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Wow, Proline seems to be thinking outside the box. Hope they release it for truggy shortly. Look cool and different.
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Old 02-16-2010, 05:52 PM   #85
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The hexagon design looks like it will give good side bite and with the to parallel bars in the centers will give forward bite like a bow tie. Looks like it will be a good all around tire for a hard packed track while the Calliber is a good all around tire for loamier surfaces.
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The hexagon design looks like it will give good side bite and with the to parallel bars in the centers will give forward bite like a bow tie. Looks like it will be a good all around tire for a hard packed track while the Calliber is a good all around tire for loamier surfaces.
Agreed.

The more I look at this tire, the more I see it as a filler tread that goes between the Revolver and Caliber.

Revolvers 'skate' and float on most outdoor light dust tracks (like if you get out of the groove you're screwed...but running Holeshots won't work due to wear/etc).

And where Calibers are a bit too tall because the track is almost-clean and starting to groove in places...the new tire would fill the gap possibly.
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Congratulations to Pro-line drive Ty Tessman on his win in Pro Truggy at The Dirt Nitro Challenge!!!
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Old 02-20-2010, 10:16 PM   #88
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I wish someone had a close-up pic of the tire he used...?
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If his main was after the rain (which is most likely the case) I doubt he used the Recoil.
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I wish someone had a close-up pic of the tire he used...?
He was using Proline Holeshots according to what he said in the interview.
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