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WHAT IS THE BEST BUGGY TIRE TO DATE(OPINIONS)

Old 05-27-2012, 11:48 PM
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What do you think?
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Old 05-27-2012, 11:53 PM
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Old 05-27-2012, 11:56 PM
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Gridirons or Enduros for me. I ran Enduros last night and was very impressed. They hooked up real nice and no signs of wear.
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Old 05-28-2012, 12:00 AM
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This is seems like a loaded question.

That said, A smaller pin like a Tazer or Gridiron will work "decent enough" at 95% of tracks.
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Originally Posted by BrakeTurnAccelerate View Post
This is seems like a loaded question.
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Too many track/condition factors to consider to narrow it down to just one particular tire/tread pattern/brand

Plenty of comparably good brands on the market as well
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loaded question indeed. The correct answer is whatever works for you, and track you're racing at. Ask the people at the track, or try different ones yourself. This is too open of a question to be posed in a forum.
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Sorry to jump in and change the subject a little, but how about this. How do you pick your tires based on the track conditions. In other words when do you know to use a soft, med or hard tire or a small or large pin tire? I have asked a couple racers this and always get a different answer.
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Old 05-28-2012, 02:16 AM
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Not loaded at all...... Just asking what you think the best buggy tire is to date ( which one has one the most big races? which tread do you think has the most wins ect.......lets say for the last 15 years in racing
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Are you bored Martin?
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Originally Posted by martinx3 View Post
Not loaded at all...... Just asking what you think the best buggy tire is to date ( which one has one the most big races? which tread do you think has the most wins ect.......lets say for the last 15 years in racing
hong nor getting into the tire market are they? lol

come on Martin, you have been around for 20 years.

you know the answer.
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Watch out Painy's found this thread
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Originally Posted by Painy View Post
hong nor getting into the tire market are they? lol

come on Martin, you have been around for 20 years.

you know the answer.
He never said anything about himself racing door 20 years.
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Aka Impacts SS, red foam. (outdoors)

The Gridirons, Megabites, Holeshots are better still, but fall apart quick outdoors. I either have to use a harder compound or a larger knob for the tires to last and not lose knobs.
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lol

Bloody hell how hard is it to start a new thread here............lol

JUst a question.

Bored ....NO! well maybe a little

20 years. I wish I was only around for 20 years... That would make me 19 lol.

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I think the biggest impact on my racing has been the holeshot... Back in the day of good ol gas truck we used to spend hours trimming them to suit 1/8 buggy... Now that was a lot of work. They actually banned cutting and gluing tires at the CRCRC race in Ohio because it was so good. Now you dont have to of course.
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Best tire made, IMO....proline dirty harrys....I still have and race a set of them to this day and have yet to find a track condition that they don't like
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