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    Kyle "Rowdy" Busch body with HPI 31mm wheels!





    Vintage style hpi wheels and tires!
    waiting for Traxxas to make something new!

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    How have they changed the handling?

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    Looks good! got sucked back into the 1/16 again eh? I have been neglecting mine, but the outdoor racing season will be over soon. I think i may be doing some indoor racing in your neck of the woods this winter
    STRC Slash 4x4
    Hobby Hut Raceway, Audubon Pa.

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    yea, picked it up cheap as a merv and converted to a slash, then here.....haha.....yea....cant stay away until traxxas comes out with something new that I want, or I get off my motorcycle for the winter
    waiting for Traxxas to make something new!

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    How does the vintage HPI tires handle??? Think'n about putt'n a 56 Ford Bomber body on my rally and those wheels and tires would set it OFF!!!!
    rc10T3, TT Sparrowhawk XXB, Slash 4x4, 1/16 Rally

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Bill View Post
    How does the vintage HPI tires handle??? Think'n about putt'n a 56 Ford Bomber body on my rally and those wheels and tires would set it OFF!!!!
    I think we'll have to find out for ourselves. Let us know if you get to try out a set.

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    The wheels and tires are great on the road, stick well, at my local track they slide a bit, but offer some controlled tracton....I want to try the b compound drift 31mm tires.
    waiting for Traxxas to make something new!

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