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Old 10-30-2009, 04:02 PM
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I have a B4 and am trying to figure out something. The track I run at claims the best tires for it are prolines bowties. I have been looking at other manufacturers websites and can't seem to find anything else that compares. Any help would be great.

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I have a B4 and am trying to figure out something. The track I run at claims the best tires for it are prolines bowties. I have been looking at other manufacturers websites and can't seem to find anything else that compares. Any help would be great.

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What type of dirt, suface? temps? alot of different things to think about?
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I think Werks offers some fuzzy tires that work as well as HS and last twice as long.
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Originally Posted by danialreed View Post
I have a B4 and am trying to figure out something. The track I run at claims the best tires for it are prolines bowties. I have been looking at other manufacturers websites and can't seem to find anything else that compares. Any help would be great.

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So, what's wrong with running bowties then?
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Originally Posted by OG RC 10T View Post
Holeshots

If the track isnt getting any water and is loose i wouldnt perfer holeshots, ive used holeshots when the track starts to grove up and is hard packed?

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...uck-Tire-Red-2
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JConcepts Double Dee's are inbetween the Holeshots and Bowties. I run all three depending on conditions. If I had to pick one tire it would be the DD's.
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I'd try a set of goosebumps too.
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Originally Posted by ALLERACER View Post
JConcepts Double Dee's are inbetween the Holeshots and Bowties. I run all three depending on conditions. If I had to pick one tire it would be the DD's.
Double ds are for groved up tracks!

Smaller pins wear faster anyways, i would stick with bowties.

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[QUOTE=revracr909;6544002]Double ds are for groved up tracks!



what do you guys mean by groved,u mean rutted up tracks?
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what do you guys mean by groved,u mean rutted up tracks?
Hard packed, little or no dust buildup.
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