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Old 03-22-2006, 02:56 PM   #46
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Jarrod, Jim Herman, Mark Strasnick and myself all made the 12th stock main on parmas too, almost half the field.
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Old 03-22-2006, 08:04 PM   #47
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Chris Goetz rules, and so does Parma. Eat it....NOW!
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Old 03-22-2006, 08:11 PM   #48
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That's right Harbuckle!
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What's the difference between Cyan and Indigo because on the parma website they have them list with the same shore compounds 35/55
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the difference is only the hard ring on the outside. but i makes a big difference on the track. the indigo's are harder, but create more steering. the rest of the tire is magenta (35 shore).
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the difference is only the hard ring on the outside. but i makes a big difference on the track. the indigo's are harder, but create more steering. the rest of the tire is magenta (35 shore).
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Indigo's are da bomb! Tried a set for the first time last weekend at the Gate in stock. Got more steering than cyan's, with less dual rate. Seaball can tell ya how f'ing dialed the car was. Now, if I just had some stock HP.....
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hi. does anyone know how much offset the parma foams have compared to jaco or speedmind? i want to try a set but on my tamiya 415 msx carpet car i cant go much wider up front or i will be over 190mm. thanx
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they are roughly .75mm wider per side. you may have trouble unless you can fit a narrower wheel hex on the axles.
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