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    Grip tires

    What would be good tires for not drifting, just running on the roads and parking lots at high speeds? I am looking to get a boss, or a Kyle Busch and get boss mounts and body.
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    i just got the mini slash 4x4 rims n tires. amazing grip im running stock car vxl with 2.2 7.4 50c and it beats a 1/8th scale buggy running 4s.....
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    Ok, and are those bigger or smaller than the stock boss wheels and tires?
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    Actually - how would these tires be?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Integy-C2343...item589da578c0

    And just so I can find my own tires with out asking every time, what specs am I looking for? Width? Diameter? Hex? Offset? Thanks.
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    I got these. Very cheap and very much grip.
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    Wow, very cheap! But they are from somewhere else... Darn. That gives me a good guideline though, thanks.
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    the slash tires are the same size as the ken block and kyle bush tires
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chopstx View Post
    Wow, very cheap! But they are from somewhere else... Darn. That gives me a good guideline though, thanks.
    They are only charging a dollar for shipping too, the only set back is the wait time.
    Slash 4x4 LCG, Rusty VXL(not runnin), and my bike.

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    I didn't even know that. Bad luck. To Europe it's free shipping. I would have mentioned it if I was aware of it earlier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sean1214 View Post
    They are only charging a dollar for shipping too, the only set back is the wait time.
    i have ordered from them and im in Cali the wait wasn't very long at all. It was some where around 7-10 days total from when i ordered them til i got them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadReptiles831 View Post
    i have ordered from them and im in Cali the wait wasn't very long at all. It was some where around 7-10 days total from when i ordered them til i got them.
    Thats surprising, hope you like them.
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    Hoist pirelli tires work great on the mini slash. They grab when the stock tires slide. They last forever too. Mine are almost 4 months old and hardly show any wear compared to new ones. My friend also runs them on his rally. We race together on a low grip track and they work great. He could fell the difference from slash tires.

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    Where can you get the pirelli tires?
    2wd Slash VXL
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    I meant hpi. They are on ebay or towerhobbies. I use the soft compound.

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    Oh the hoist threw my searches off

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    Yeah. Auto correct is pretty "helpful". I don't know how to turn it off.

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    The HPI Pirelli's work great, so do the X-Patterns.
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    Has anyone tried Sorex Tires on there 1/16?
    Link to Tires http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...1-96-Degrees-4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimdog View Post
    Hoist pirelli tires work great on the mini slash. They grab when the stock tires slide. They last forever too. Mine are almost 4 months old and hardly show any wear compared to new ones. My friend also runs them on his rally. We race together on a low grip track and they work great. He could fell the difference from slash tires.

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    how do these work on dirt and gravel?

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    Any 1/10 sedan tires work great. I use some fire brand wheels and hpi torqs
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    You can also still find traxxas rims and tires from the 4-tec I know from using then they are good for 80mph or so! I just forget what they are called

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