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Old 03-15-2010, 02:42 PM   #1
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What do you guys like running (Soft,Med,M2,M3??) for outdoor summer racing? Example : hobby hut, Hobbytown in reading Pa, Hobby Headquarters in Drums Pa.
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well the only tire i used was city ,blocks in the front and i-beams in the rear at hobby hut and work good, when the track is loose. and high bite etc i used the soft compound aka. thats the only tires i used there.


and this was during the spring,fall and summer racing there.
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I would say during the summer, ~85-90 degree's m2/med during the day but as it cools off during the night go back to softs.
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