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Old 10-03-2016
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Default Tyre choice for sc5m on Astro

Hi guys looking for advice Im keen to give short course a try. I've never done it before , what tyres work well on Astro for short course ? I have the usual buggy tyres . The wheels are they the same dimension as buggy wheels as I know they are hex's
I'm looking for wet tyres and dry tyres I beleave hard inserts are also used
Really appreciate any info
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Robert
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Old 11-03-2016
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Hi,

The wheels are a different size to buggys.

For rear tyres in the wet most use Schumacher spirals, with mini pins in when really dry. Between the to its personal preference I generally use dboots or pinpoints.

For the front I tend to use the ae kit tyres from the sc10, but most people use worn tyre they have previously used on the rear.

Hope this helps.

Paul
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You need sct specific tyres.
These are my tyres of choice in, there is others but as a starting point:
Dry:
Front fastrax course kings t1 compound with 2 inner and 2 outer rows cut with the sad fast ran insert
Rear Schumacher minis pikes in yellow compound, and tend to use a proline closed cell insert
The above work well on any type of astronomy I my experience. Sone tracks benefit from a pin type tyre but the above works OK there still.
Wet
Front Schumacher stagger rib in silver, with a normal foam insert
Rear Schumacher spiral in silver with a normal insert

Dboots a compound multi bytes can be used instead of yellow minis pikes and last verythromycin well.
Doors b compound multi bytes is a very good intermediate/damp tyre.

Have you got a particular track in mind?
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Old 11-03-2016
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Oh wow so there is a lot more into it I've been buggy racing for a while now and a few guys fancied giving sct a go. We are based up in the highlands so wet a lot of time or low pressure weather so normally low or med conditions . But it's just great to get a base to go from as although it's the same as buggy racing there are different things to find out
I really appreciate all your replays and advice
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