JACO 26mm Foams

Old 05-22-2007, 03:51 PM
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Can anyone tell me what difference the 26mm foams do to your car setup compared to the regular 28mm tires?

I heard that they are great where there is a lot of traction, I know that they are carpet but I mean a lot of traction to where there is a groove in the track.

Let me know because I want to buy them but I am wondering if they will work at our club races where there is a groove but nothing like the groove you get at a major race (IIC etc)
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Old 05-22-2007, 04:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Elboogie
Can anyone tell me what difference the 26mm foams do to your car setup compared to the regular 28mm tires?

I heard that they are great where there is a lot of traction, I know that they are carpet but I mean a lot of traction to where there is a groove in the track.

Let me know because I want to buy them but I am wondering if they will work at our club races where there is a groove but nothing like the groove you get at a major race (IIC etc)

The newer 26mm tire just "frees" the car up a bit in high bite... Leave the car the same and run them, even at a club race where traction isnt as high you will still be faster... Also good for x-ray guys as you can mount the lower shock mounts out on the arm without them hitting the wheels and for corally guys the fronts dont hit the spring perch..
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Thanks Pat. i will purchase some.

where in Jersey are you from? i grew up in Cherry Hill but now in Vegas. Can't wait 4 months to the IIC.
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Im in Bridgewater... I think about an hour for Cherry Hill
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I was down in Bridgewater a few days the past summer.
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