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Old 05-30-2004, 04:36 PM   #106
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im actually going to run the Kyosho FW-05R

Well hope you win either way.We know fi anything goes wrong it won't be the tires at fault!
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Well hope you win either way.We know fi anything goes wrong it won't be the tires at fault!
very , very correct!!!!
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More Update on Texas Biggie,

After 6 rounds of qualifying:

David Joor TQ MonoTuning
Ron Atomic 2nd MonoTuning



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More Update on Texas Biggie,

After 6 rounds of qualifying:

David Joor TQ MonoTuning
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MonoTuning
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Just want to say thanks to Aaron for the tires , they worked great. David and I Qualified 1 and 2 . The main event did not go so well for us , but we will get em next time. The head worked great on David's car also. I could not run one as I run for OS and we dont have one for my engines.
Thanks again, Ron Atomic
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Just want to say thanks to Aaron for the tires , they worked great. David and I Qualified 1 and 2 . The main event did not go so well for us , but we will get em next time. The head worked great on David's car also. I could not run one as I run for OS and we dont have one for my engines.
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Just want to say thanks to Aaron for the tires , they worked great. David and I Qualified 1 and 2 . The main event did not go so well for us , but we will get em next time. The head worked great on David's car also. I could not run one as I run for OS and we dont have one for my engines.
Thanks again, Ron Atomic
Congrats Ron , I will be using Monotuning tires at the region 4 race this weekend coming up (in Kissimmee Florida), i too will be running OS motor, wish me luck
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More Update on Texas Biggie,

After 6 rounds of qualifying:

David Joor TQ MonoTuning
Ron Atomic 2nd MonoTuning



MonoTuning
Congrats Aaron! I tried my first set a few weeks ago, and they are sweet. Some of the best tires I've tried...
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Yeah, as sweet as your paint jobs!!!
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so where is the cheapest place to order these things from? is there anywhere that has them for less than $10 per pair. i can 't justify paying more than that no matter how good they are.
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so where is the cheapest place to order these things from? is there anywhere that has them for less than $10 per pair. i can 't justify paying more than that no matter how good they are.
they are awesome tires, they are by far the best tire that i have used in the past 5 years of racing. i believe that you can order them from http://www.kinetixrc.com/ for about $10.99 per pair , thats a exellent price , try them you will not bwe dissappointed!!!
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Great tires! At the Biggie these were the tire of choice over another discounted brand that were there. Tires stayed tru and wore great, also in the heat these tires gave you what you needed to stay planted. That Monotuning and Atomic!
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so where is the cheapest place to order these things from? is there anywhere that has them for less than $10 per pair. i can 't justify paying more than that no matter how good they are.
Do you think that $10.99 is expensive???

Those tires are really good, no matter how much you pay
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is $10.99 expensive. i guess it is all relative. see some of us have twins to feed and clothe, and when i can order nitro shoes for $7 per pair, elligis, for $7.50 per pair, gq's for $9.50 per pair....... and have been very happy with the performance of all the above, it is hard to justify spending more, unless the damn things drive my car for me. see i am NOT attending national races but i do race competetively with people that do so unless they are 10-70% better than the tires i have run (becasue that is how much more they cost) then i guess, yes they are expensive... relatively. so $10.99 is as cheap as they can be had for? so if $10.99 is no big deal every time you buy a set of foams, send me $7 cause that is the difference between what i pay and you pay. i am just trying to say this is an expensive hobby already and maybe if i ran on a prepared track in some huge race i'd want whatever advantage i could get, but the parkinglot i run in...cheap is good.

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is $10.99 expensive. i guess it is all relative. see some of us have twins to feed and clothe, and when i can order nitro shoes for $7 per pair, elligis, for $7.50 per pair, gq's for $9.50 per pair....... and have been very happy with the performance of all the above, it is hard to justify spending more, unless the damn things drive my car for me. see i am NOT attending national races but i do race competetively with people that do so unless they are 10-70% better than the tires i have run (becasue that is how much more they cost) then i guess, yes they are expensive... relatively. so $10.99 is as cheap as they can be had for? so if $10.99 is no big deal every time you buy a set of foams, send me $7 cause that is the difference between what i pay and you pay. i am just trying to say this is an expensive hobby already and maybe if i ran on a prepared track in some huge race i'd want whatever advantage i could get, but the parkinglot i run in...cheap is good.
Well if cost is the issue then you would definitely be better off with the monotuning' s because they last longer so you would have to buy as often so you save. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!!
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