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Old 04-21-2010, 12:34 AM
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Originally Posted by *Chrominator*
Hey I was just wondering if anyone could tell me the best foams to run in my SCT ?
Just run the stock foam that comes with the tires.
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Old 04-21-2010, 05:49 AM
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The AKA black foams seem to have the best shape for SC tires and they are nice and firm which reduces roll over in the corners.
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bring the 1/8ths out tonight, me and burt will be there
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Originally Posted by MikeFriery
bring the 1/8ths out tonight, me and burt will be there
Awesome! Been waiting to see if anyone is bringin them out.
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Old 04-21-2010, 11:14 PM
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The Pro-line V2 closed cell 1/8 scale in the shop, ot the J Concepts ones if they have them. Hopefully he will be getting some, if not, have him order the SCT closed cell inserts from Pro-Line
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The AKA black foams seem to have the best shape for SC tires and they are nice and firm which reduces roll over in the corners.
Hey guys thanks for the suggestions.

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Just run the stock foam that comes with the tires.
Hey Trevor, the stock ones feel super soft and flat
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Old 04-21-2010, 11:19 PM
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Originally Posted by *Chrominator*
Hey guys thanks for the suggestions.


Hey Trevor, the stock ones feel super soft and flat
What tires are you running? The new Proline Blue foam for SC is really good. They seem to come with all the new PL Tires.
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Does anyone have a sensored speed control for sale.....?
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i have an sxx, will be out there next wed
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Old 04-22-2010, 12:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Matt Trimmings
What tires are you running? The new Proline Blue foam for SC is really good. They seem to come with all the new PL Tires.
There the Proline SC Bow ties, but I bought them almost a year ago, and they came with real soft white foam.
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Originally Posted by *Chrominator*
There the Proline SC Bow ties, but I bought them almost a year ago, and they came with real soft white foam.
Ah, yeah. all the new PL stuff comes with the new closed cell blue foam, this is the best that i have tried. You can get it separate, pn# 6115-05.
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Originally Posted by Matt Trimmings
Ah, yeah. all the new PL stuff comes with the new closed cell blue foam, this is the best that i have tried. You can get it separate, pn# 6115-05.
Thanks Matt.
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Originally Posted by *Chrominator*
There the Proline SC Bow ties, but I bought them almost a year ago, and they came with real soft white foam.
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Ah, yeah. all the new PL stuff comes with the new closed cell blue foam, this is the best that i have tried. You can get it separate, pn# 6115-05.
I didn't know PL tires ever came with old school foam. They were coming with grey molded foams and at SRS that was what I thought worked best, as long as you got 4 foams that were similar and not mush. I personally only like the blue foam at CH.
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Originally Posted by MikeFriery
i have an sxx, will be out there next wed
Cool, is it off or on road?
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Blitz damage from hitting the light pole.....again.

Nothing broke, I just melted a spur gear. The impact drove the motor into the spur gear, the Blitz is durable.

This was funny.....

BANG - (I hit the pole)

Keoni - Wow, that things broke, it's all over the place
Team manager - No, that's his driving.




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