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Old 07-29-2012, 09:00 PM   #1
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Default good drift tires?

so i have been drifting alot lately so much to were my stock hpi sprint 2 drift tires are worn out.i see a whole bunch of tires but would like to know which ones people prefer(not doin the pvc tires)im not a begginer anymore but im not a stage d pro lol i want to kno what tires slide the stock ones but are better if that makes sence??
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I prefer hard rubber over hard plastic. Its a feel thing. Either way, drift tires get burned through rather quickly, try a few and find ones that you like, then stock up on them. I have been using these a bit lately, for cheapies they are ok.

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I have been using HPI T drift tire. I found them to be one of the better ones. It also depends on the surface that you are playing. We play on smooth asphalt track.

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+1 on the t drift. t drift radials are awesome tho they suit higher powered motors to spin em up. tamiya super drift tech are good performers. the difference between the tamiya and r2hobbies style cheaper sets is pretty minor.

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