I saw nobody wrote this:
Doesn't it depend on driving style and track surface??
That would make a difference in choice, am I right?
You might think the Xceed lightweights are good on one track, but they may not work as well on another track, where Capricorn wheels are better.
Just my 2 cents, but those factors do play a role in wheel choice?
ATM Im rolling on Xceeds and they are very nice, but I liked Kyosho wheels better-less wear and great grip.
Next set of wheels are the Capricorns - from what I was told they felt better than Kyosho wheels where I run, so I am still to try them out (37F/40R combination)
Jaco are also good.
Car-less (Velox V10 or 733) // RB T10.5"+" (JB Modified) // Bluebird BMS-990DMG (St) & BMS-631 (T/B) // ATS 16% // Capricorn Wheels // Protoform
"70% of the time, it works ALL the time"