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Old 09-17-2009, 07:20 PM
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Questions?? rustler vxl tires!?!

well i just got my ruster vxl couple weeks ago and ive already burned out the stock tires so i need some opinions on some good street tiresi was looking towards the anacondas but theres gotta be some better ones..so please help.
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well i just got my ruster vxl couple weeks ago and ive already burned out the stock tires so i need some opinions on some good street tiresi was looking towards the anacondas but theres gotta be some better ones..so please help.
they arent the greatest tires i would try http://www.prolineracing.com/c-34-tires.aspx
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Proline has some road hawg already mounted for it.
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Old 09-19-2009, 12:51 AM
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Best Tires for Rustler VXL is All Train Pro-Line Dirt hawg.

With RPM Slingshot.

You have read and front slingshot, so please note.

Best combo EVER !
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For the street, there are no better tires for the VXL than Jaco foams. They are made specificly for the VXL.
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Originally Posted by jmaverick View Post
For the street, there are no better tires for the VXL than Jaco foams. They are made specificly for the VXL.
how are they? i have heard of them but i didnt know of their performance
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Remember that the stock wheels on the rustler vxl are a 30's series rim. If you swap over to the rpm or traxxas 2.2 wheels then there is A LOT more options. Then you can get a bigger selection of race tire in different compounds as well a street tires.
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i would stick with the andaconas. iv never herd anything bad about them
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Jacos are the exact same size as the stock wheels and tires. There is NO ballooning and the grip is excellent. Wear is also superior to regular rubber tires. When you buy them ,they come mounted and glued and trued. It's too bad I didn't find them until I burned 2 sets of stockers and a set of Anacondas up. Just go to Jacoracing.net and get details. They are available on Tower Hobbies.
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Originally Posted by jmaverick View Post
For the street, there are no better tires for the VXL than Jaco foams. They are made specificly for the VXL.
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i would stick with the andaconas. iv never herd anything bad about them
the only bad thing about them is that they wear down WAY too fast if you are using a 3s
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