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Old 02-05-2010, 01:55 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by PUDDIN View Post
I Have ran all the tires on the market and they are all good. I have been running Vp Pro tires this year and they are very good and very underrated they cost less and last a long time. Every time I give a set for someone to try they love them.
+1 Tire wear is very expensive on any weekend on a blue groove track, I have seen several racers go thru AKA's very quickly just qualifing. VP Pro tires do not have the tire wear other brands have and I can use the same set at least 2 weeks on a blue groove track.
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Old 02-05-2010, 02:38 PM   #32
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My vote goes to the Losi eclipse red in the hot summer 90+ degrees and green anything under 90 degrees. They work well on wet, dry, hard packed, blue groove, loose loamy. They may not be the 100% perfect tire for every track but they will work where other tires may work on just 1 type of track. Then there's the Truhe secret - if you want or need more steering then go to the red or green Losi xbt tread in the front. So far I haven't founda track where the eclipse don't do well.
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Old 02-05-2010, 03:11 PM   #33
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If you havent tried them HB tires are very good and last a long time and i would say the Kaos tires or the block tire would work on just about any track with good results.
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Old 02-05-2010, 03:14 PM   #34
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As for just an all around, all purpose tire, I would say the JC Hitman. I've taken a liking to the Sub-C's as well. Double Dee's work well in most conditions. Blue compound for all, I only run yellow compound if the track temp is super hot and hard packed.
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Old 02-05-2010, 06:19 PM   #35
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My favorite tires at my local track are AKA Cityblocks Soft Compound and AKA Gridirons Medium Compound. At the beginning of the race when the track has a clean racing line but is not blue grooved I run the Cityblocks. Then later on during the race when the track has taking some rubber my favorite it the Gridirons. I want to try some JConcepts tires and maybe Proline Calibers. I like the Calibers when I ran buggy but haven't tried them in truggy.
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