The Kyosho Redbox Front 1/10 Foam Rubber
Tires in 42 Shore with 0 offset come in a package a package of 2.
|Outer Tire diameter:
|Rubber Compound (Shore):
These are Sspecial foam tires made from Japanese rubber
for maximum grip on asphalt surfaces. This rubber is especially suitable for
surfaces that are subject to a low level of grip. In contrast to the foam tires
from other manufacturers, the wear of the rubber from the Japanese rubber from
Kyosho is much lower, so the overall result is an excellent price-performance
The tires are already glued to the rims. The white
KYOSHO-spoke wheel is characterized by very high strength and very high
torsional rigidity. So the wheels are also harder and stronger than your
opponents and less likely to fail in an accident. Furthermore, this rigidity and
strength in the wheel provides more precise handling, which gives the driver a
higher level of control.
On-road tires can be rated by the
hardness of the rubber (or foam). Kyosho measures the shore rating by using a
tire durometer. This is a
tool that has a small steel pin that is spring
loaded and indexed to a circular gauge, similar to a tire pressure gauge. To
measure the tire hardness you roll the durometer on top of the tire; the
compression force that the rubber has exerted on the steel pin can be read on
the dial. Repeat it over several locations on the tire and the average is the
tire's shore value. The higher the shore rating of a tire, the harder the tire.
A softer tire will give you more traction; choose wisely as you may sacrifice
the durability and longevity of the tire. In a long main this could be an
Also, the higher the temperature of the
track surface, the harder tire compound should be chosen in order to avoid
overheating of the tread. If there is an overheating of the tire begins to slide
on the surface. In addition, you can choose between two different wheel offsets
(0 / 2 mm). Under the offset means the offset of the rim, the rim shot.
you use of wheels with 2 mm offset, this will widen the track of the vehicle by