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Old 03-07-2018, 03:47 AM
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Hey fellas , going to attend PNB this year and trying to decide on which tires to run anyone have any suggestions , I'm from overseas and our track/dirt is completely different . Thanks in advance Mark
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Hey fellas , going to attend PNB this year and trying to decide on which tires to run anyone have any suggestions , I'm from overseas and our track/dirt is completely different . Thanks in advance Mark
Some black round ones
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They usually have alot of vendors on site with tires for sale. Last year I had good sucess with the pro line Fugitive I prefered the x4 compound over the x3. The previous year I ran jconcepts little chasers in green compound. Basically small pin/block tire in a soft or super soft compound will work well.
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Hey fellas , going to attend PNB this year and trying to decide on which tires to run anyone have any suggestions , I'm from overseas and our track/dirt is completely different . Thanks in advance Mark
Last year it seemed like everyone started out with grids or triple dís and as the track broke in changed to reflex. Saw a lot of people running detox but I am not a good enough driver to make those work good. I spend too much time outside of the groove. It was pretty cold last year especially at night so we really only used super soft compound
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Last year we ran mostly AKA gridirons. Super soft initially. As the track developed a groove and wear increased, we ended up on SS long wear on ebuggy, and we ran soft on the nitro buggy for the longer race time.
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Last year we ran mostly AKA gridirons. Super soft initially. As the track developed a groove and wear increased, we ended up on SS long wear on ebuggy, and we ran soft on the nitro buggy for the longer race time.
Also looking for aka choices for my first pnb. Noticed Tebow runs DD and lutz impacts. Grids a better choice.
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