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Old 07-13-2005, 07:14 PM   #1
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Take Off tire question

I was looking around and I found some Takeoff 32s that are followed by either GL or GLR, what's the difference? Also, what are the temp ratings for the following tires?
CS27
RP30
CS32GL
CS32GRL
Sorex 36R

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I was looking around and I found some Takeoff 32s that are followed by either GL or GLR, what's the difference? Also, what are the temp ratings for the following tires?
CS27
RP30
CS32GL
CS32GRL
Sorex 36R

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GL & GLR stand for the same thing...Pre-Glued

Track Temp
CS27 90 - 140deg
RP30 80 - 130deg
CS32GL 145 - ???deg
CS32GRL Same
Sorex 36R 100 - 150deg

RP36 & RP40 are really good in the heat 125 - 150++deg

Type of tire sauce makes a big difference from hot to cold. Paragon and the likes during cold weather and Tire Tweak, WD40 etc in the heat
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GL & GLR stand for the same thing...Pre-Glued

Track Temp
CS27 90 - 140deg
RP30 80 - 130deg
CS32GL 145 - ???deg
CS32GRL Same
Sorex 36R 100 - 150deg

RP36 & RP40 are really good in the heat 125 - 150++deg

Type of tire sauce makes a big difference from hot to cold. Paragon and the likes during cold weather and Tire Tweak, WD40 etc in the heat
I see, why the R then?


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Schumacher added that to the part # for their use
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Schumacher added that to the part # for their use
I see, well it had me confused, lol
I usually run 27s, but am looking for another compound for hotter weather.
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I see, well it had me confused, lol
I usually run 27s, but am looking for another compound for hotter weather.
I've switched to the RP36GL & RP40GL in the heat (Florida ) with great success
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I've switched to the RP36GL & RP40GL in the heat (Florida ) with great success
What inserts? M or MS? I am running in Socal.
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What inserts? M or MS? I am running in Socal.
Ahhh....SoCal!!! Well the GL's come with Medium inserts and work very well for most tracks, but SoCal might require something like a Medium/Hard insert. I would probably try RP36 tire, CSMH insert and yokomo wheel

You can find all these items on the schumacher USA site www.racing-cars.com
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