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Pneus Proline TT électrique

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J'ai encore jamais roulé avec du proline.... et cette année, on voit le 8184 autorisé à l'arrière. Du coup, je me demande dans quel cas on utilise plutôt du M3 ou plutôt du R3 ????

Merci de vos réponse !

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J'ai encore jamais roulé avec du proline.... et cette année, on voit le 8184 autorisé à l'arrière. Du coup, je me demande dans quel cas on utilise plutôt du M3 ou plutôt du R3 ????

Merci de vos réponse !

le R3 semble plus dur que le M3 au touché et est plus pour le blue groove !!!

je laisse les specialistes s'exprimer

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le R3 semble plus dur que le M3 au touché et est plus pour le blue groove !!!

je laisse les specialistes s'exprimer

Marrant, dans mon esprit tu faisais parti des "spécialistes"... lol !

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bon donc !!!!

le R3 c principalement pour le blue groove!!!!

la gomme est bien plus dur que le M3, perso en france je n'ai jamais roulé avec...

neanmoins nous pouvons la mettre ( attention je parle du 4*2 ) sur l'av quand le m3 accroche un poil de trop

jerome

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OK... donc en gros pas de R3 en France car pas de blue groove !

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OK... donc en gros pas de R3 en France car pas de blue groove !

ça peux bien marcher quand piste humide car plus dur

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ok, merci pour ces éclaircissements

Chris (un jeune padawan)

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le R3 sera peu etre une bonne alternative lorsque le M3 scotch trops l'AR des 4x4...mais je peu me tromper, et à l'AV de toutes façon il n'y a que du M3...donc pas d'hesitation. :youpi:

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les lignes droite a l'interrieur ou a l'exterrieur ???

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Salut,

J'ai une paire de pneu Hole Shot Pro 184 de chez Proline et j'aurai voulu savoir sur quelle surface s'utilisent-ils?

Par avance merci

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dt10d avais creer un poste justement sur tous les model de pneu en TT avec leurs specificités MIAS JE LE RETROUVE PLUS

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Bien aus USA et chez nous on les utilises surtout sur les pistes très collantes tel que les '' blue groove " de la glaize ou sol compacté. Si tu quitte le ligne t'es foutu. Pas très bon sur des sols avec poussières.

Mon point de vue ( vue mon indice de réputation ) pour certain ne peut-être coérant mais l'honnêteté se gagne a petit point. Voilà.

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le 8184 est bon en motricité et moyen en latéral en 4*2; En 4*4 pareil sauf que un poil plus d'accroche en latéral; Dépend des pistes, sur glissant, en 4*2 par exemple un losi big shot sera mieux

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Proline Suburbs Tire - Available for truck and buggy and eventually 4wd front - Available in Proline’s Blue Groove High Heat Compound - Most likely available in M2 and M3 - 2008 World TQ and National Champ in 2wd Modified Buggy with Ryan Cavalieri - It’s a low profile Lug Design that requires no scrub in - They’ll be available in 3-4 weeks.

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Truck

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Déjà montré le 16 mars dernier, voici l'annonce officielle du nouveau pneu pour Truck de Proline, le Suburbs - Destiné aux pistes américaines (sol compact, plate avec une adhérence plutot forte) a mais pourquoi pas le tester sur vos pistes.

The 2008 ROAR National Champion tread and compound is now available for 1:10 truck owners. Introducing the Suburbs in Pro-Line’s M3 and new MX compounds.

At the 2008 ROAR 1:10 Off-Road Nationals, Ryan Cavalieri dominated the 2wd Mod Buggy class with the Suburbs. He TQ’d and took the 2 out of the 3 A-mains to win the class. The Suburbs are fast enough to be National Champs, now you too can have the same performance Ryan had right out of the bag.

Features:

* Available in M3 and new MX blue-groove compound

* Inner and outer radius rib tread for increased corner holding and predictable side-bite.

* Internal carcass webbing resist tire expansion under acceleration and deceleration

* Internal sidewall ribbing maintains sidewall structure in extreme traction conditions for greater corner control

* Tread height is predictable, aggressive, and long-lasting for use on a variety of blue-groove, and surfaces where you would typically run soft compound tires

* Single stage firm foam inserts

* Pro-Line branded laser etched sidewall detail

* Made in the USA

What’s included:

* Suburb T tire (2)

* Single stage firm foam inserts (2)

“I was amazed at how well the M3 compound performed at my local track. Never before has a tire outperformed the HoleShot until now. It’s the new tire of choice for my local track,” team driver Chad Parks.

“The MX compound is amazing. I race at a super high bite, high heat, blue-groove track and the MX compound outlasts and outperforms anything else I’ve tested,” says Pro-Line team driver Scott Spears.

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Proline

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Je crois que ce pneu est "réserver" au marché américain.

Mais j'aimerais vraiement bien l'essayer à la ferte gaucher, car il existe au aussi pour le TT1/10

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effectivement, il ressemble très fort au bk bar (voir image si dessous) mais pour les trucks. le bk bar a été "inventé" par brian kinwald, d'ou bk, alors qu'il ne trouvai pas le bon pneu. brian a retourné un est fait quelques découpes des renforts internes, d'ou les formes peu conventionnelles des dessins.

pour les détails des pneus, il y a ce sujet avec quelques explications mais en gros ce sont des pneus pour pistes à sol compact et plat, pas les sols meubles et de la poussière. voir donc le juste avec deux liens intéressants.

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The 2008 ROAR National Champion tread and compound is now available. Introducing the Suburbs in Pro-Line’s M3 (loose dirt/cool surface) and new MX (blue-groove/high heat) and MC (clay) compounds.

At the 2008 ROAR 1:10 Off-Road Nationals, Ryan Cavalieri dominated the 2wd Mod Buggy class with the Suburbs. He TQ’d and took the 2 out of the 3 A-mains to win the class. The Suburbs are fast enough to be National Champs, now you too can have the same performance Ryan had right out of the bag.

Features:

* Available in M3 and new MX blue-groove compound and new MC clay compound.

* National Championship winning compound and tread design

* Inner and outer radius rib tread for increased corner holding and predictable side-bite.

* Internal carcass webbing resist tire expansion under acceleration and deceleration

* Internal sidewall ribbing maintains sidewall structure in extreme traction conditions for greater corner control

* Tread height is predictable, aggressive, and long-lasting for use on a variety of blue-groove track and surfaces where you would typically run soft compound tires

* Single stage firm foam inserts

* Pro-Line branded laser etched sidewall detail

* Made in the USA

What’s Included:

* Suburb tire (2)

* Single stage firm foam insert (2)

M3 Compound (green dot)

* Perfect for those loose dirt track wet or dry.

* Works great for cooler track temperatures.

MX Compound (double orange dot)

* High-heat/blue groove compound

* Works best on clean surfaces

* Long wearing on the most abrasive tracks

* Forms to track surface for unmatched predictability

MC Compound (purple dot)

* Great for indoor clay surface

* Prefers low track temperatures/wet surfaces

* Receptive to the use of traction additives

“I was amazed at how well the M3 compound performed at my local track. Never before has a tire outperformed the HoleShot until now. It’s the new tire of choice for my local track,” team driver Chad Parks.

“The MX compound is amazing. I race at a super high bite, high heat, blue-groove track and the MX compound outlasts and outperforms anything else I’ve tested,” says Pro-Line team driver Scott Spears.

“I’ve run every clay compound tread on the market. By far, the new MC compound from Pro-Line was way beyond anything else I have ever ran. I know that you too will experience what I did on clay with the new MC compound,” Eric Schutt, Pro-Line enthusiast.

Height: 3.35" (85mm)

Width: 1.66" (42mm)

Mounting Bead: 2.2" (56mm)

Weight: 40.0g

Proline

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salut

j'ai recu mes bow tie mais j'ai été surpris par la taille des mousses d'origine... elles sont énoooormes.... on dirait des mousses pour truck

Vous les retaillez, vous en montez d'autres a la place, ou vous rentrez tout dedans au chausse pied???*fete*

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salut francois ca passe avec les mousses livrées avec il faut juste prendre son temps bon courage et n oublie pas de mettre un saut de cyano sinon ca déjante @+

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un saut???

donc faut sauter par dessus les mousses c'est ca...??? :D

Deja qu'on dit que j'en mets trop, je vais en mettre un fifrelin... cela dit, il faut bien les dégraisser avant collage, c'est indispensable avec tous les produits organiques qu'ils mettent pour le démoulage.

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une petite présentation sur un pnei qui ne sera que peut utilisé en france

pour d'autres pneus: http://www.petitrc.com/_forumphp/showthread.php?t=16617 avec un table résumé http://www.petitrc.com/_forumphp/showpost.php?p=280892&postcount=8

Me

I’m a 37 year old, ‘dedicated for live’ RC’er. My first car was a Tamiya Fast Attack Vehicle that I bought used from my Dad’s co-workers. Ever since then, I’ve been hooked on the wrenching, tuning, and driving of everything RC. Onroad, offroad…electric to nitro…micros to large scale…I’m hooked. While I enjoy a good backyard bash session, racing is my true passion. I feel racing is the best way to measure my ability, and push myself to get better at tuning and driving.

You won’t find my name on top of any National Championship trophies. While I enjoy racing, I have a full time career and a full time family that come first. That being said, I feel my years of racing and competing in a multitude of equipment specific activities (rc, mountain biking and karting primarily), give me the skills to test and evaluate and provide detailed product feedback. I’ve been doing this for many years, for several companies, in a variety of different industries.

Track

I live in the Midwest, and my primary track is Leisure Hours Raceway. I feel pretty lucky, as this is truly an awesome facility. They have an epic 1:8 size onroad track, a massive 1:8 size outdoor offroad track…but if that wasn’t enough…they have an indoor 1:8 clay offroad track. If you’ve ever been to Chicago in the winter, you know we get all kinds of cold here. Being able to run offroad year round is something I don’t take for granted. To give you an idea, here's a short video showing the track size.

Tested on 100% Clay, Indoor Offroad Track, 125 x 65

While we run on the indoor clay track year round, most of the action is during the winter months. The track area is not heated, so if it’s 0 degrees outside, it’s pretty much 0 degrees on the track (only the driver stand is heated). The amount of traction is pretty much dictated by the amount of moisture in the clay. When it gets very cold (and it does…) traction goes away. When they reconfigure the overall layout, they need to use a lot of water to soften and move the clay. Traction is crazy high after a layout change for a week or so, but then settles into a pretty consistent condition. My testing was during this normal, consistent condition.

Vehicles

For the new Pro-Line Suburb tires, I’ve been testing them with a Team Associated T4 (2 wheel drive, 1:10 electric truck) as well as a Hot Bodies D4 WCE [hand modified for front tires] (4wd, 1:10 buggy). I’ve run these with a variety of motors, from stock to full mod.

Tires

I’ve tested, ran and raced all brands of clay specific tread and compound tires. With the help of a racing buddy, I even tested doing ‘blind’ runs, where he would install tires on my car and I would run them (not knowing which tires I’m using), and generate detailed notes for each run. To me, this is the only way to generate true testing information, without any brand bias.

The first time I ran the new Pro-Line Suburb tire, I knew these were MONEY! This transformed my car to feeling better than I’ve ever felt it. The first think I felt was more authority for steering. Forward traction was stellar (10 out of 10), as well as side bite (10). I could push the car, as well as my driving. The car was faster with these tires than I though possible.

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I feel the tread pattern is the perfect mix for the unique demands of a clay surface. The fact the Suburb tire has dedicated bars for both forward traction and side bite, are what make these tires first stand out. The short tread depth provide firm hookup, and no tread ‘squirm’. All these details can be perfect, but without the correct compound, they will not work. The new clay compound that Pro-Line engineers have come up with put these new Suburbs over the top. Also, check out the new Compound Chart on the Pro-Line site that clearly marks all their new tires... These tires claw at the ground, and almost feel like a 4wd touring car with foam tires on ozite. These tires hooked up my truck and buggy, and forced me to bring my game up, as gear was totally sorted. These tires feel like bolting on some sort of unfair advantage. Yes, they are that good.

Eric

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Caliber 2.2" M3 (Soft) Off-Road Buggy Rear Tires

Pro-Line's popular Caliber tread is now available for 1:10 Off-Road Buggy. Pick your class, weather it's Mod or Stock, when it comes to tires... the choice is clear, it's Pro-Line's Caliber 2.2" Buggy Rear Tires.

The Caliber takes tire technology to the next level by optimizing traction, control, balance, and tire wear with its dual-stage design. The smaller top pin penetrates through loose dirt while delivering unbelievable side and forward bite. The base pin works as a support for the top pin while acting as a dual-stage design once the top pin is worn down. You can rely on the base pin for greater tread life wear and it works well on those tracks that are prone to blue-groove or have a super clean surface.

Tire Features:

* Dual-stage pin design for exceptional tread life

* Small top pin for light to heavy loose dirt

* Base pin extraordinary on hard-packed/blue-groove surfaces

* Square-lug technology throughout the tread design

* Directional tread design

* Available in World Championship/extremely proprietary M3 (Soft) compound

* Internal sidewall ribbing for lateral support and increased cornering control

* Cut foam included

What’s Included:

* Caliber 2.2" Buggy Rear Tires (2 pieces)

* Cut foam inserts (2 pieces)

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Caliber 2.2" 4WD M3 (Soft) Off-Road Buggy Front Tires

Pro-Line's popular Caliber tread is now available for 1:10 Off-Road Buggy. Pick your class, weather it's Mod or Stock, when it comes to tires... the choice is clear, it's Pro-Line's Caliber 2.2" 4WD Buggy Front Tires.

The Caliber takes tire technology to the next level by optimizing traction, control, balance, and tire wear with its dual-stage design. The smaller top pin penetrates through loose dirt while delivering unbelievable side and forward bite. The base pin works as a support for the top pin while acting as a dual-stage design once the top pin is worn down. You can rely on the base pin for greater tread life wear and it works well on those tracks that are prone to blue-groove or have a super clean surface.

Tire Features:

* Dual-stage pin design for exceptional tread life

* Small top pin for light to heavy loose dirt

* Base pin extraordinary on hard-packed/blue-groove surfaces

* Square-lug technology throughout the tread design

* Directional tread design

* Available in World Championship/extremely proprietary M3 (Soft) compound

* Internal sidewall ribbing for lateral support and increased cornering control

* Cut foam included

What’s Included:

* Caliber 2.2" 4WD Buggy Front Tires (2 pieces)

* Cut foam inserts (2 pieces)

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