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Black Donut Craziness.

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Black Donut Craziness.
#1
After lots and lots of tire testing i have got a set that i really like, the results are a bit different, lol ;-)

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#2
Idk if its just me, but you appear to be drifting extremely fast. Might wanna find a harder tire especially for tandems
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#3
Na bro, nothing wrong with those tires, lots of time gone into finding the right combo. It may seem fast cause it's only a small track, irl doesn't seem that fast, lol
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#4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3TarNa1zE0

all I know is this video compared to yours running carpet seems a lot slower, not a little slower. A lot. not only that but they seem to be getting a lot less grip which allows more cs, Not saying your tire choice is bad just saying try something with a lot more slip, especially in such a small space. I drift In my garage in basically the exact same shape / size I ended up going with harder tire to slow things down and give more cs.
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#5
Nice smooth drifting! ^_^
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(07-07-2013, 10:07 AM)Piper Wrote:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3TarNa1zE0

all I know is this video compared to yours running carpet seems a lot slower, not a little slower. A lot. not only that but they seem to be getting a lot less grip which allows more cs, Not saying your tire choice is bad just saying try something with a lot more slip, especially in such a small space. I drift In my garage in basically the exact same shape / size I ended up going with harder tire to slow things down and give more cs.

Thats the whole idea bro, get as slow as possible. it's what i've been doing all the testing for, started with fdr, now tires. my track is small so yeah the major reason but also it looks better slower ;-)
I've tried the hardest tires bro, well in MST anyway and on carpet the Hards are better for what i trying to accomplish ;-)

(07-07-2013, 09:37 PM)dencio1976 Wrote:  Nice smooth drifting! ^_^

Thx bro :-)
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you should try raikou d68 compound tires. superior slip for slower more controllable cs consistency
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(07-09-2013, 06:51 AM)rudeboy03 Wrote:  you should try raikou d68 compound tires. superior slip for slower more controllable cs consistency

I've tried all the raikou's bro, tried lots n lots of tires, lol.
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