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Different Tire Compounds???

Old 02-24-2009, 01:07 PM
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Can someone tell me what compound the Type-D is? Is it softer than the T-Drifts or SuperDrifts? I know the Sushi drift tires are the hardest. Thanks in Advance

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Old 02-24-2009, 04:54 PM
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Default RE: Different Tire Compounds???

there's basically different type of drift tires, high speed-soft rubber slicks, mid speed-pvc/rubber compound, low speed- pvc or molded plastic. all these tire compound are used for drifting, depending on the surface and the torque from your car-equipment, you drift or not.
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i drift just i used the tires it came with not really sure what tires by what manufacter do different things to me i think its confusing

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