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Old 05-17-2004, 03:27 PM   #91
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Says PM Racing right now.. oh wait, says fussy brush

bustin chops here

Keep the comments down to talk about the tires, not tire sales, etc.

Gotta keep the peace ladies
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Old 05-17-2004, 04:56 PM   #92
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How do the mono tyres compare to say speedmind or fast tyres. (foam and rim)?

I've been using speedmind ($9 for front and $8.50 for rear)
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And the threads about mono tuning tires and such aren't?

Guys, please keep the talk to how well you like the tires, etc

Monotuning pays to advertise !

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How do the mono tyres compare to say speedmind or fast tyres. (foam and rim)?

I've been using speedmind ($9 for front and $8.50 for rear)
i tested the monotunings against both of those tires and ellegi,twister,gq,integy,and ats ,and they perform better than them, minimum wear and no chunking, but that is my own opinion , im sure its different than others , but at previous race at Fullthrottle speedway, i gave some monotunings tires to 2 other racers and they told me that they wouldnt buy any other brand than Monotuning!
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can i get the nonotuning tires to my door for less than $10 per pair if i buy in bulk. i love the idea of long lasting and great traction and all, but i am on a budget in a big way, so cost unfortunately outweighs almost all else.
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I've been using speedmind ($9 for front and $8.50 for rear)
If you have been using Speemind tires, then they are the same quality. Except that Speedminds come in dish wheels and Mono tires are not...
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Yeah I think ill stick with speedmind. They are $22.20 for 2 pair including airmail (cheaper for more).. By the time I paid for airmail for the Twisers it would be $$

Thanks for the info
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Yeah I think ill stick with speedmind. They are $22.20 for 2 pair including airmail (cheaper for more).. By the time I paid for airmail for the Twisers it would be $$

Thanks for the info


I know you are concerned about the price for Twister versus SpeedMind but they are a little cheaper than $22.20 for 2 pairs. They are actually $10/pair with free shipping. If your concern is price.

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I know you are concerned about the price for Twister versus SpeedMind but they are a little cheaper than $22.20 for 2 pairs. They are actually $10/pair with free shipping. If your concern is price.

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Free shipping to Australia! . . . . excellent.
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where are they $10 per pair with free shipping, i only find a deal on bulk tires at 105.99 for 10 pairs. but if i just want to try a set they are 13.00 per pair plus shipping...
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website says free shipping to the US on all orders..

so they are $12.99/pr shipped..

I personally haven't tried these tires yet, but I hear good things!
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Old 05-22-2004, 09:36 PM   #103
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Twister Tires are in the process of launching a spoke wheels. We

will offer a spoke and a dish wheel on all shore foams. Stay tuned

to www.twistertires.com for more info.
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they are both about the same probably just different package.

Marcos,

Here you go again bashing my product. You stated they are the same just different packaging. THEY ARE NOT THE SAME AND I REPEAT NOT THE SAME.
Speedmind rims are dished with conical shape. Twister tires are a flat dish wheel.

If you do not have a comment based on experience do not comment. Do not assume. Do not use other people forum to talk about your tires. I am really getting tired of you.

All,
Twister tires will have both rims available next week.
Hint - It is really cool and durable.

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I have used Take Offs for awhile and have really great results with them. I just received some Twisters and they seem to work. The rims seem to tough enough for even the board bashers. I noticed the foam is alittle more secure on the edge than on the Take Offs which is good thing, less peel. I will post again after a couple more races but so far so good.
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