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Old 09-21-2007, 04:05 AM   #1
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Any Body useing the ATS Faom Tyre.the price not bad.
I try order many GRP or cheethTech Rear Foam tyre from ASIA.also out of stock.

I Hearing the GRP moveing a new factory so the production is stop now!
It may be a time to try other new thing..

http://www.rc-union.com/advanced_sea...words=ats+foam
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ATS is the same rubber and rim as Twister and Blackstar. Only ATS is the first choice rubber from production and should have slightly a better grip.
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ATS is the same rubber and rim as Twister and Blackstar. Only ATS is the first choice rubber from production and should have slightly a better grip.
ATS & Twister foam are the same no difference in production I have tried both brands & the Twister offer the Kyosho style rim as well with the rear 2mm offset
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ATS are good tires. What ever you do, don't get the Lightweight Chritiani' s. Way to fragile.http://www.brooklynhobbies.com/index...S&Category=255
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ATS tires have been great for me on 1/8 scale
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ATS is the same rubber and rim as Twister and Blackstar. Only ATS is the first choice rubber from production and should have slightly a better grip.

I have an extensive history of running this brand tire. There are a few different grades of rubber you can get from the factory, it all depends on what your distributer orders.
The rubber is very good and rims have been revised to be even stronger. Not to mention they are one of the least expensive brands on the market.
I have had nothing but good experiences with the brand.

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ATS tires are almost all of what I use. The 1/10s and the 1/8 hold up pretty well!
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ATS are good tires. What ever you do, don't get the Lightweight Chritiani' s. Way to fragile.http://www.brooklynhobbies.com/index...S&Category=255
Is there any noteworthy performance gain from the Chritiani ?
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Is there any noteworthy performance gain from the Chritiani ?

The Christiani line of tire are 4 grams lighter per wheel, so thats 16 grams total less rotating mass a set.
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