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Old 01-05-2019
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Default Tyres for this years iconic revival

Gents, what tyres would be reccomended for this years iconic at bmr, 2 and 4wd
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I've had advice that cut staggers and Darts for 2wd in yellow (unless raining - green mini spike rears if it's raining).
Not sure about 4wd, I'm thinking of minispikes all round, but I did notice last year many people using darts on the rear also in 4wd.
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2wd as previous post
4wd darts all round or 4wd staggers on front if less aggressive front end required
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Cheers guys, what compound darts Dave?
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Yellow for dry green minispike Ballastic Buggy popular in wet/damp conditions
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I'll be testing Schumacher fusions on the front of my 4wd, might help for some of the cars with snatchy steering etc.
But all above suggestions will work
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Anyone use proline pin points at Bingham ?
Might give them a try as they work wet and dry at my local club.
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Anyone use proline pin points at Bingham ?
Might give them a try as they work wet and dry at my local club.
Worth a try but possibly not to Schumacher dart level grip.
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Funnily enough I was going to ask if anyone has tried any of the latest proline tyres, either the pinpoint or the pyramid.
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