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Old 09-29-2018, 10:12 AM
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Guys, what's your recommendations for tires that's for track that's maybe still wet from rain or there's a light drizzle?
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Old 09-29-2018, 10:34 AM
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Small pin, really soft compound
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you use small pin
aka grid iron proline holeshot hotrace bankok
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you use small pin
aka grid iron proline holeshot hotrace bankok
Thanks for the input guys.
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Originally Posted by UrabusDenis View Post
Small pin, really soft compound
why would you choose soft compound for a wet surface?
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why would you choose soft compound for a wet surface?
Because of track temp. The colder the softer. Generally rain cools down the track temp.
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Because of track temp. The colder the softer. Generally rain cools down the track temp.
Ok,I see.
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Bowtie or ibeams super softs have more forward traction I would assume. In mud I havnt used small pin yet but I have used a spaced out lug and it seemed pretty awesome. Yes awesome.
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