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Old 05-07-2006, 11:25 AM   #1
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Default Dusty indoor Circuits Soft Foams or not

I have 32 front and I think 37 rear on my TL01 but is this the best combination for Dusty Circuits??

Or would it be better 40 or 42 shore??

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Schumacher Mini Pins would be alot better
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I assume the track is carpet but a bit dusty?

Treaded rubber tyres seem to work best on a dirty carpet surface, until the line is cleaned off and then the foams show their advantage.

Generally you would run a slightly firmer front tyre on the car.
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I assume the track is carpet but a bit dusty?

Treaded rubber tyres seem to work best on a dirty carpet surface, until the line is cleaned off and then the foams show their advantage.

Generally you would run a slightly firmer front tyre on the car.
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Its a type of Lino see here

http://amco.rvtt.com/page/1club/salle_brest.htm

http://amco.rvtt.com/page/4technique/1.10_tl01.htm

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I have 32 front and I think 37 rear on my TL01 but is this the best combination for Dusty Circuits??

Or would it be better 40 or 42 shore??

Thanks
It looks like a wood surface you are racing on. I would try to groove the foam tires like they do in the dirt oval class in the USA.
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