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Old 01-12-2015, 02:32 PM
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Paolo Morganti WINS and TQ's Forggas race # 5 in Homestead powering his Serpent 977, MATRIX Tires and PICCO engines.

If you guys would like to post more results please do so. I am sorry I have no other info from the race.

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Hi guys quick question.
With dual compound front tires is the softer compound on the outer of the rim or the inside of the rim?
And is the an explanation to the reason they work and what the thinking is with these.
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Originally Posted by shanwright View Post
Hi guys quick question.
With dual compound front tires is the softer compound on the outer of the rim or the inside of the rim?
And is the an explanation to the reason they work and what the thinking is with these.
the compound is soft on the outside and hard on the inside.

I have only used the tires several times on high bite track.

95% of the time I use 32 fronts and 37 rears on my Sedan. When I have used the 32/40 compounds on a high bite track, the car gets in to the turn extremely fast and hard and stays in the middle fairly well, but I have felt a little push on exit with the tires. I would love to try them on a little looser condition because for me it was do much initial steering..

I think they are a must try tire because everyone drives different and has a different set up on their cars.

I'm sure someone can give you more feed back than me.

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the compound is soft on the outside and hard on the inside.

I have only used the tires several times on high bite track.

95% of the time I use 32 fronts and 37 rears on my Sedan. When I have used the 32/40 compounds on a high bite track, the car gets in to the turn extremely fast and hard and stays in the middle fairly well, but I have felt a little push on exit with the tires. I would love to try them on a little looser condition because for me it was do much initial steering..

I think they are a must try tire because everyone drives different and has a different set up on their cars.

I'm sure someone can give you more feed back than me.

Thanks for the question
Thanks I have tried them and they do seem good, someone told me that a manufacture had made a batch with softer on the wrong way around and it made we wonder which way was the right way.

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There is companies that have softer on the inside
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Hello Racers, The Airtronics Race is coming up fast. If any of you racers need tires, engines or accessories, please order this week so you are able to get your product in time to go racing.

GOOD LUCK to all!!!LET'S GO RACING!!!!

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Yes, better to have softer compound on inside
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Attention all racers, if any of you racers or hobby shops have any questions, concerns or needs any product information about matrix tires, PICCO Engines or any products that Sepent America racing sells, you can get a hold of me at any time.

Thank you and thank you for your support
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I am sorry that I have not been here on this topic on rc tech that much, I am usually on facebook and realize not all people are on Facebook, my bad..

I will make a sure when I post on facebook, I will post the information here also.

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