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    Pro-line Shockwave Tires

    Anyone using the shockwave and f-11 wheels from Pro-line on their E-Revo ?

    Just ordered some for my e-revo after the stock Talons separated and tore in 3 bashs lol



    Last edited by Northern Adventurer; 08-27-2013 at 05:54 PM.
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    I have them on my ERBE, bought premounted. (lazy + didnt feel like waiting for separates to arrive)
    They have held up great for me on 4s. But i would certainly recommend buying separate and taping.
    They certainly dont balloon as much as say the Talons do, but they do blow up a fair bit.
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    Glad to hear another review of them holding up well.

    I ordered mine un-mounted to be able to tape them.
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    Heres mine, all 4 look like this after 1 pack.



    They will not last long at all, I just use mine on grass, and soft dirt now. gravel and other hard surfaces just kill them. They are a lot of fun in the sand.

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    Well, Im pretty much just in the dirt at the bmx jumps with my e-revo so I guess that should help.

    Pity about the gravel and pavement.
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    Had some time to tape, glue and test my new Pro-line Shockwave tires on F-11 wheels.
    Love `em, Great improvement over the talon. Not so much in performance, they perform roughly the same or so I expect once they get a little more worked in. It's the durability of the shockwaves that surpass the talons. The thicker harder tread with better sidewalls and thicker rubber will go a long way.
    Im sure If you spend alot of time on gravel/pavement or fast/hard turns they will wear quickly. But a good dirt bash/wide trail to me.



















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