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Old 03-20-2010, 08:41 AM   #1
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does anyone have experience with these new tires? i'm going to a indoor track in a couple weeks and i want a good set of indoor tires. what would you guys rec'd?
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Old 03-20-2010, 09:11 AM   #2
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what track Mark? that might help......lol
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you can not go wrong with the panther switch 2.0, and the panther raptors...I ran wishbones a couple weeks ago and they made my car "push" in the turns I have tried them at 2 tracks with the same results...they have loads of forward bite though. that is my results others will have other opinions I am sure.

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I haven't tried either bit j can say that the new proline recoil tire works very well whenthe track is dry and well grooved or a little damp not soaked. The recoil tires were better than the gridirons. Just my completly off topic 2 cents.
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I ran m2 recoils yesterday at Dirtburners(dry,dusty,hardpacked) and they were way loose.......I think when we fix the current layout surface and start to sweep, the groove will start to come up. Then, I think they will be a seriously fast tire.........I am running all Pro-Line this year so far and really liking their new stuff.
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On indoor clay the Wishbone is the tire of choice.

The Enduro may work OK but is intended more for outdoor where the track is just starting to groove up to full blue groove conditions.
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cool thx for the insight!
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