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Old 03-12-2012
JelcoRC JelcoRC is offline
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Default The right tire's Short Course ASC SC10 2wd (RS)


First of all :

I live in Belgium,
I drive a SC10 2wd RS
I drive one year at a club in competition,

Now I search the right tires :
I drive with the Proline Slicers at the front and the JConcepts Goosebumps or Proline Snipers at the rear.
It isn't a good choose, so now I search new tires for the next season.

The track is on the picture

It is 55% mold and 25% a kind of carpet and 20% a kind of sail
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Old 03-12-2012
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Kourse Kings
Vega RB6 - Orion - Apex Models - JE Models - Cable ties
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Old 03-12-2012
mrspeedy mrspeedy is offline
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We've have recently started racing trucks on our new astro track, which spends most of its life covered in sand, and at this time of year is pretty damp/wet so is a similar surface to yours. The tyre of choice here is the Dboots Multibyte in the soft B compound..... here - http://www.dboots.com/part-info.php?partNo=DBSC01AA
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Old 28-12-2012
Mark A Mark A is offline
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Louise maglefs or groove work well on dirt
AKA city blocks with kit up front works on most surfaces
Kourse kings and Schumacher spikes for astro

We have 3 different track surfaces at our track and I've been testing a few tyres for short course trucks this year
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