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    Buggy tires questions!!

    Hi!

    I jump into the buggy world and the tire choice is pretty confusing.

    M2 & M3 compound VS soft, med foams

    What combo would be the best for hard packed track (clay) with dusty cover on it. Its a tight track with a lot of turn.

    I'm thinking to get Pro-line tire (bowties & Crime Fighter) with OFNA molded foams + xray rims.

    thx guys.
    Hyper8 Pro /w P5x | Futaba 3PM 2.4 Ghz

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    CrimeFighters with stock foams...
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    M2 or M3?
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    M3 grip much better, but dont last as long as M2


    so if the track is real abrasive M2 might be a better choice, you'll sacrafice a little handling, but they'll last longer
    -Crash

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    if the track grooves up, M3 Inside Jobs are awesome
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    Crimefighter M2, stock foam.. done.. last plenty, work everywhere..

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    Thank you guys!

    I know that it depend how the buggy is driven but how longer last the M2 compare to the M3?

    Having a set of each would be a good idea? Because I want 2 complete tires set anyway.
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