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Old 07-25-2007, 09:50 AM
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Hi,
I searched but found nothing. What is the difference between:

magenta
Cyan
Plaid
Purple
indigo

Which ones are harder or softer?
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Old 07-25-2007, 10:02 AM
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1. Magenta is softer than purple. It offers the most traction of those listed.

2. Cyan is a Magenta with a thin harder ring of foam on the outer edge.

3. Indigo is a Magenta with a slightly softer ring of foam on the outer edge, as compared to a Cyan. More bite than Cyan, less than Magenta.

4. Purple is harder than Magenta.

5. Plaid is a Purple with that thin hard ring of foam on the outer edge, just like the Cyan.
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If you look at the Colors - Purple, Cyan etc... there is a corresponding number next to it. This is called a shore rating. Basically , the higher the shore number, the harder the compound. Usually the higher the shore number is for higher grip surfaces, lower number for lower grip.
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the cyan's and things are good but I would go with Jaco foams. I run (most people who runs jacos) double pink orange in the front and double pink in the rear. cyans etc are compatable but I am use to jaco's so I run them more than aything.
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