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Old 11-05-2009, 12:17 PM   #1
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Default 2.0mm or 2.5mm for asphalt?

For running on the asphalt, street, is it better to go with a TC5R with the 2.0mm chassis or the TC5F with the 2.5mm? Seems like the 2.5 may be a bit stiff.
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For running on the asphalt, street, is it better to go with a TC5R with the 2.0mm chassis or the TC5F with the 2.5mm? Seems like the 2.5 may be a bit stiff.
The TC5R is designed for rubber tires so if that is what you are racing with then it is your best bet.
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