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Old 08-21-2011, 11:55 AM   #1
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Default Proline revolver 1.0 vs 2.0

whats the difference in these two tyres does anyone know ?

there is a controlled tyre event next week I'm going to and

the 2.0 is 50% more expensive than the 1.0 so if the difference is minimal ill save myself a few pounds and just buy the 1.0 tyre
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Old 08-22-2011, 03:14 PM   #2
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The Revolver 2.0 will be the control tyres you must use for this 2011 Proline Classic Challenge in Slough.

The 2.0 is different : the Revolver 1 is a flatter tyres. My opinion is that this Revolver 2.0 would be a good choice for the fun next week end in Slough. The stock inserts that come with are the blue Closed Cells.

Last year, the Calibers wear to fast and not consistant.

I am a bit sad tonight because I can't come in Slough this year. That's a very good track, not to much difficult to learn and drive but it's hard to go as fast as the best racers. Andrian and his crew are so nice.

Have fun !
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Old 08-22-2011, 11:28 PM   #3
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You are allowed to you revolver 1.0 and revolver 2.0

I havent seen the tyres side by side so cant say if they are different or not but i will say 16.50 for a pair of tyres is completely stupid!!!

Im running the revolver 1.0's myself and i think a few others are as well because they are only 11.50.

Hopefully they dont wear like the calibers did last year hahahaha
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