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Old 06-17-2012, 02:56 AM   #1
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Default What are good HPI tyre inserts?

I want to buy the HPI Split 6Wheel rims for my car and I asked HPI via email with what tyre inserts I should get for them but I havent received a reply from them and I doubt I would. Can someone advise what a good set is for them? I want to use them for the Ride RE36 drift tyres
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I want to buy the HPI Split 6Wheel rims for my car and I asked HPI via email with what tyre inserts I should get for them but I havent received a reply from them and I doubt I would. Can someone advise what a good set is for them? I want to use them for the Ride RE36 drift tyres
I've never seen an insert for a drift tire. They are hard enough that they don't need inserts.
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No I think the Ride RE36 tyres will need inserts. My stock drift tyres that I got with my original RC are plastic and really hard so Im sure they dont need inserts but I dont have traction on normal streets so I got the rubber Ride 36's that people recommended in here and they do seem alot better and they look like they need inserts
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