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Old 07-17-2007, 10:04 AM   #1
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Hey fellas, what tire compound are they running at crystal park race way, for the mugen mrx4r 1/8th scale?.
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Hey fellas, what tire compound are they running at crystal park race way, for the mugen mrx4r 1/8th scale?.
From what I have seen, it is usually 38 to 40 shore.
One of my cars is using 38, and the other is on 40s
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crystal is pretty forgiving as far as tires go. I always use 38's, but 35's seem to work well enough for practice, although I would not recommend them for a race (chunk easily and wear down fast). if you have 40's, don't be afraid to use them, but they don't hook up as well imo. It's all about what works with your car.
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Im using the kits supplied tires now, some say that mugen throws in there what they want, i checked them there 36's but dont hook up at for me, but then again i really need to do some serious chassis checking before i rule that out...
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