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Old 08-17-2004, 07:13 AM   #1
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Eagle Racing tires.....

anybody heard of them and are they any good?

I'm able to get some quite cheap (approx half the price of Yokomo tires). But all I can find out without actually buying them is that they come in 3 different compounds indicated by the colour on the label...black/red or green (the black ones are super sticky) and the company had the winning tires in japan for 1/12th a few years back also according to the label.

Oh and the hardest compound only comes in 27mm apparently.
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dont bother with the eagle tyres unless they are for bashing around in the street
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dont bother with the eagle tyres unless they are for bashing around in the street
No good huh, not even for racing with Mabuchi or Johnson 540's?
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i wouldnt, you might find the yokomos last alot longer even though they cost more and get better grip
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i wouldnt, you might find the yokomos last alot longer even though they cost more and get better grip
Well yeah I got a set of G2's when I got the car was thinking of these eagles for practice (club days and such) when I don't want to waste the good ones till it matters.
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ya i have had a set of yokomos for a year and a half, still have great grip. 35 front, 40 back
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