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Old 06-28-2010, 08:36 PM   #1
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what are the best, (most gripping) tires/wheels to use on an outdoor on-road track for a 1/10 scale nitro car??
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also what size set-ups are being used out there? i'm looking for new wheels, but not sure what to use.....help?
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Foams? Rubbers? Slicks?
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Foams? Rubbers? Slicks?
prepared asphalt, foam is the best (33-37 shores, softer in front)
dusty asphalt, foam, maybe rubber slicks or just drive a lot and use foam
dirty asphalt or streets, treaded rubber (hpi x pattern or similar)
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im no expert but i think foams are better smaller softer in the front andwider in the back
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See the GQ thread and read about these tires. Longer lasting and ultra traction with excellent non breaking rims, just in case!!! lol
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