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Xenon Max tires vs other brands

Old 02-07-2010, 03:38 PM
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My question is if anyone as tested this tyres Xenon max 32 and 36 compared to other brand like LRP , CS, RP , Jaco , Muchmore, etc??

wish is their performance in the track ?

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They're pretty good tires overall, but you have to check the bond between the wheel and tire since they tend to be inconsistent in this area. RPs and Sorex tires offer more grip, but these tires offer good grip at a decent price.
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Originally Posted by oeoeo327 View Post
They're pretty good tires overall, but you have to check the bond between the wheel and tire since they tend to be inconsistent in this area. RPs and Sorex tires offer more grip, but these tires offer good grip at a decent price.
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thanks for the answer, more opinions please.

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Great durability and grip, but have larger diameter so need different setup. Also larger diameter causes more traction rolling and also sometimes strange handling.
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Originally Posted by lochness42 View Post
Great durability and grip, but have larger diameter so need different setup. Also larger diameter causes more traction rolling and also sometimes strange handling.
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