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Old 02-04-2008, 05:45 AM   #1
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Any one used these on warm to hot outdoor ashpelt racing?


Are they any good?


the current tyre of choice at my track is the sorex 36
but i hate glueing and it doent come in a premount.
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Any one used these on warm to hot outdoor ashpelt racing?


Are they any good?


the current tyre of choice at my track is the sorex 36
but i hate glueing and it doent come in a premount.
I use RP36 tires whenever they are allowed. We run CS27's mostly in FL but the RP36's are faster and stay fast longer. They have more steering and they do not get greasy late in a run on a hot day like cs27's can.

They were run at the 2006 On Road Nats at Speedworld and people really liked them there.
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my opinion is the new jaco pre-mounts will take over.
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Any one used these on warm to hot outdoor ashpelt racing?


Are they any good?


the current tyre of choice at my track is the sorex 36
but i hate glueing and it doent come in a premount.
Paul, Sorex premounts are certainly available.
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where from? online? are they easy to get for joe club racer?
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Gotta love the lightning-fast servers.

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where from? online? are they easy to get for joe club racer?
Speedtech carries them...he has another order coming in right now...

http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...?catmainid=359

Nexus has them in stock ATM...

http://nexusracing.net/index.php?cPa...fdd2ca4f39c0e6
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Thanks for that Joe, do you happen to know what inserts they have in them?
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my opinion is the new jaco pre-mounts will take over.
Thats a safe bet as Take Off seem to be gone and Jaco's are available at a great price. They need some tweaking of the compounds though. We just had a state race where they are the new spec tire and the Jaco Blue's were getting roasted in one run...in cold weather. It going to be a mess in summer when the tracks here top 150*F.

With Take Off gone Sorex will be the best tires. 28R for carpet and 36R for asphalt.

I know Schumacher USA has RP36 premounts and I am buying as many as I can afford per week until they are out.
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Thanks for that Joe, do you happen to know what inserts they have in them?
I know that they're thin, and I assume mediums...cause that's what they feel like to me. They have some "bag" to them...asphalt-type setup.
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Thanks Again Joe, I think i might give some a try.
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Thats a safe bet as Take Off seem to be gone and Jaco's are available at a great price. They need some tweaking of the compounds though. We just had a state race where they are the new spec tire and the Jaco Blue's were getting roasted in one run...in cold weather. It going to be a mess in summer when the tracks here top 150*F.

With Take Off gone Sorex will be the best tires. 28R for carpet and 36R for asphalt.

I know Schumacher USA has RP36 premounts and I am buying as many as I can afford per week until they are out.
Take off isn't selling tires anymore?
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where from? online? are they easy to get for joe club racer?
I normally have them on Schumacher Revlite rims in 36 with C medium or B medium inserts.
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