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Old 01-04-2011, 10:04 PM   #31
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I saw nobody wrote this:
Doesn't it depend on driving style and track surface??
That would make a difference in choice, am I right?
You might think the Xceed lightweights are good on one track, but they may not work as well on another track, where Capricorn wheels are better.
Just my 2 cents, but those factors do play a role in wheel choice?

ATM Im rolling on Xceeds and they are very nice, but I liked Kyosho wheels better-less wear and great grip.
Next set of wheels are the Capricorns - from what I was told they felt better than Kyosho wheels where I run, so I am still to try them out (37F/40R combination)
Jaco are also good.
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Old 01-05-2011, 03:35 PM   #32
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Does anyone know where to purchase Kyosho Red box tires from? Amain dont appear to have any of the softer shores in stock.

You can get Kyosho Red Box tires at www.absolutehobbyz.com
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my 2 cents matrix , contact tires , both are great tires matrix is a real tuff rim

contact tuff but lite foam on both great
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