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Old 09-04-2008, 06:31 PM   #556
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Ahh, thanks!

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Old 09-07-2008, 09:03 AM   #557
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Aaarrgh! I went to last position again with overheat on sorex 36r, i feel very upset, then the TQ and final winner drivers recommend me to using Jaco Green or Blue on next time.

But anybody could tell me which Online shop has it in the stock?
I just saw on Stormerhobbies, but has just only on order.

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If your local hobby store isn't an option, they are in stock at all of these online stores...
http://www.ampdraw.com
http://www.speedtechrc.com
http://www.nexusracing.com
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Aaarrgh! I went to last position again with overheat on sorex 36r, i feel very upset, then the TQ and final winner drivers recommend me to using Jaco Green or Blue on next time.

But anybody could tell me which Online shop has it in the stock?
I just saw on Stormerhobbies, but has just only on order.

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try www.superiorhobbies.com they have a bunch in stock!!
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Ran the Jaco Blue's on the weekend, not too bad they gripped up well, a bit softer than the Much More 32's that everyone else was running. They wore a lot quicker than every one else's tyres seemed to as well. Was only running in 540 silver can, so not sure how durable these would be in Stock or 19t, I used to get 2-3 race meets from a set of Much Mores or Take Offs, I can see these being in the 1-2 area.
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Old 09-12-2008, 08:57 AM   #561
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try www.superiorhobbies.com they have a bunch in stock!!
Would you mind to tell me if all of they could deliver international then without paypal?

Another thing i saw in the Amainhobbies appeared strangely with the tire with (2) and (4) in the end of labels, what do they mean?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...filter_cat=556

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Would you mind to tell me if all of they could deliver international then without paypal?

Another thing i saw in the Amainhobbies appeared strangely with the tire with (2) and (4) in the end of labels, what do they mean?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...filter_cat=556

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If I had to guess that may be how many sets they have in stock.
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Would you mind to tell me if all of they could deliver international then without paypal?

Another thing i saw in the Amainhobbies appeared strangely with the tire with (2) and (4) in the end of labels, what do they mean?
http://www.amainhobbies.com/index.ph...filter_cat=556

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I think it's their qty in stock...
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No that looks like it is part of their description they entered so someone probably made a mistake. The quantity in stock would be in a separate column.

At least I have never seen it that way.
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No that looks like it is part of their description they entered so someone probably made a mistake. The quantity in stock would be in a separate column.

At least I have never seen it that way.
It's not fair, you've had experience with things like that before... lol
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No that looks like it is part of their description they entered so someone probably made a mistake. The quantity in stock would be in a separate column.

At least I have never seen it that way.
Yeah, i have also questionated about if is # in the stock, but probably be impossible as in same the column of the label.
In the case i can't find the best tire shore in my last race, so only way is try as the TQ and A main winner did, the same brand of tires.
So, i will ask personally in the Amain's live chat, thanks for Kraig and Brians.
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Green: 28
Blue: 32
The winners in my town use Green and Blue on around 93F Air tem, then a lot of guys used Sorex 36R/40R.
How could Jaco could compare with Sorex if we are facing these situation?
I think we shouldn't let comparing the tire shore of both brands to making so much troublesome, isn't it?
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Hey, could somebody tell me if Superior and Ampdraw hobbies accept international orders, please?
I want to make order as fast as possible.
In the case i saw Amain's stock is going to be empty.
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mac853,

If your on asphalt outdoors and it's 97deg F outside then Jaco blues are a poor choice. I definitely would not go near greens. With temps that high the asphalt surface is probably in the 135-145deg F range. Sorex 36 or 40 would be a much better choice. If your wearing these tire types out that fast you need to look at your setup and driving style.

Jaco are great tires, so I'm not putting them down at all hear, but just not for that high a temperature. If the track surface was around 100-125 Deg F then Jaco Blues would be a good choice.

You could also look at RP, and Much More tires. It looks like Much More has been making some major strides in tires of late and since Jaco does not have a tire for high temps these are your bert choices.
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If your on asphalt outdoors and it's 97deg F outside then Jaco blues are a poor choice. I definitely would not go near greens. With temps that high the asphalt surface is probably in the 135-145deg F range. Sorex 36 or 40 would be a much better choice. If your wearing these tire types out that fast you need to look at your setup and driving style.

Jaco are great tires, so I'm not putting them down at all hear, but just not for that high a temperature. If the track surface was around 100-125 Deg F then Jaco Blues would be a good choice.

You could also look at RP, and Much More tires. It looks like Much More has been making some major strides in tires of late and since Jaco does not have a tire for high temps these are your bert choices.
Sorry from lack of information, in the case we are running on brushed concrete, 2 guys(brothers) going to 1-2 in the A main and TQ are running like locomotives on the rails, then they said me each 1 are running Blue and Green, instead of Yellow is too much soft, they said didn't run Sorex in so much month, RP and Much More are not really working so good for them.
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