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Old 02-29-2008, 03:44 PM
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Speedmind's Sorex premounts come with Speedmind's "Racing Profile" insert (According to SpeedTech). Anyone know which Sorex insert (A, B, or C) is comparable to the inserts used in the premounts?

I read the most popular insert for Sorex is Type C Mediums, is that still the case?

I'm running 19t on a very rough, relatively small track, at night (60-/+ degrees). Type C Mediums good for that?

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Never tried my hands on those speedmind pre-mounts but I'm currently using Speedmind Dish rim with Sorex tires and Sorex C-Medium insert for night bashing.
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It's about the same as a c medium. There is a good amount of airgap still.

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try em, you will like them. They are fast tires. I have been running them for about 3 years now. Always liked the sorex over the cs's. Never really tried the RP's. They are good though. The trick is to find a set up that does not eat them up too quickly. They don't like being over heated alot.

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Well I'm running at night in 60 degree weather, so overheating shouldn't be an issue
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