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Tires for the Nitro Challenge 2012!!!

Old 12-10-2011, 11:18 AM
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What flavor of tires are good at fear farm??????????? time to stock up
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Old 12-10-2011, 11:41 AM
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What flavor of tires are good at fear farm??????????? time to stock up
the track has a lot of traction, any small pin tire will work . I personally prefer impacts on buggy, they arnt so aggressive like grid irons are just makes it easier to drive. In feb it will be in mid 70's and the track wont be watered heavy so i would suggest Super soft in the early mornings and soft when it warms up. Ill have my regular stock of tires for the event but ill most likely only run soft Impacts the whole event. In truggy it will be soft grid irons the whole time.
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Old 12-10-2011, 12:06 PM
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thank you sir!!!! thats the info i was looking for
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All fear farm nitro RCers please comment on what flavor of what brands work at fear farm for those of us who have never been there

Thanks a bunch,
Monty
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Old 12-11-2011, 08:18 AM
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What I have been told is small pin when it packs down gridiron, impact etc. and prob something like city blocks or comparable the 1st day as the track packs in.
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I'm very new to this track, however i can tell you that the dirt is awesome and traction is not a problem here. The facility an its amenties are top notch.

Grid Iron-Soft
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Hole Shots-M3
Calibers-M3
or
Impact- Soft

My choices....

I'm sure other tires in a soft compound would work just fine.....
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For the JC guys out there the Hybrid and DDv2 in soft and super soft are the way to go.
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Old 12-27-2011, 12:23 PM
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Originally Posted by houston View Post
All fear farm nitro RCers please comment on what flavor of what brands work at fear farm for those of us who have never been there

Thanks a bunch,
Monty
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the track has a lot of traction, any small pin tire will work . I personally prefer impacts on buggy, they arnt so aggressive like grid irons are just makes it easier to drive. In feb it will be in mid 70's and the track wont be watered heavy so i would suggest Super soft in the early mornings and soft when it warms up. Ill have my regular stock of tires for the event but ill most likely only run soft Impacts the whole event. In truggy it will be soft grid irons the whole time.

Monty, Douglas hit the NAIL on the head with this one ANY Small Pin Tire in Soft or Super Soft work the BEST. At the Warm-Up Race I ran the SAME set on my Buggy and the SAME set on my Truggy the entire time AKA GridIrons Super Soft. I think I should have ran soft though in my Buggy Main.
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So far it appears small pin tires is the trick for this particular track. Keep the info coming locals cuz a lot of us Revalation raceway guys will be out there.
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Old 12-27-2011, 01:54 PM
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Monty are you guys going to be there. SO if are you driving that big @$$ truck again.
I would like to ride in it.

PLEASE!!!!
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how is tire wear? Looking to see how many sets to bring.
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This is mostly truggy info.
As the guys said, they can run both quals and main on one set of tires. The wear will increase a little if it gets dry but I run a set of truggy tires for weeks and they seem to get better as they get a little less grabby.

Remember, when Joey lands in AZ it starts raining. Don't try to explain it, just accept it. It even followed him to the warmup race. When the track is over-watered or wet from rain it packs up on tires somethin fierce! Have a set of small pin worn-outs in the box with hardly any tread to accumulate farm dirt and burn clutches.
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I am finally going to run round tires this instead of my usual square ones I traditionally use. Maybe I will do better.
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Originally Posted by Coach Townsend View Post
Monty are you guys going to be there. SO if are you driving that big @$$ truck again.
I would like to ride in it.

PLEASE!!!!


I am flying down there coach

No more driving 24 hrs to race toy cars when you can hop on a plane and be there in 3!
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I am flying down there coach

No more driving 24 hrs to race toy cars when you can hop on a plane and be there in 3!
Plus it's cheaper to fly now a days...
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