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Any one have any info on if they tried both and what any differance was? I know that one is x5 and one is x8 compound.



 
Posts: 46 | Location: IN THE DENA | Registered: February 15, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The 3190 is a stiff sidewalk tire. I’ve ran the 3191 running 450s without any issues
 
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have ran both on a 450-460 dragster with minimal differences. I may have liked the 3190 better running 450s and I believe the 3191 may be better for a slightly slower dragster.
 
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I have not ran both but I liked the 3190 compound better, been 3.9's on them ...


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The 3190 is a stiff sidewalk tire. I’ve ran the 3191 running 450s without any issues


Both use the same sidewall construction, the only difference is the tread compound.


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The 3190 is better for fast cars and cars that run in higher heat. If you race where its cooler the 3191 is great tire. I like the 3190 because I like doing big burnouts lol


.991 60'
4.36 @ 159 so far.....
6.86 @ 198 trying for more......

533" single carb
235" Harrison 4-link
 
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Thanks guys great info.



 
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How many runs are you guys getting out of the 3191 before they start to go away ? I just got a set.
 
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Originally posted by racerdude2054:
have ran both on a 450-460 dragster with minimal differences. I may have liked the 3190 better running 450s and I believe the 3191 may be better for a slightly slower dragster.


I run the 3191 on a 4.80 dragster and you couldn't make me take them off. the smoothest best working tire I have run. and I have tried them all.

ep-have about 125 runs on them and they are starting to rattle a little on leave but 60's are identical lap after lap. I need to rotate them I think.
 
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Originally posted by racerdude2054:
have ran both on a 450-460 dragster with minimal differences. I may have liked the 3190 better running 450s and I believe the 3191 may be better for a slightly slower dragster.


I run the 3191 on a 4.80 dragster and you couldn't make me take them off. the smoothest best working tire I have run. and I have tried them all.

ep-have about 125 runs on them and they are starting to rattle a little on leave but 60's are identical lap after lap. I need to rotate them I think.
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been running them at 5 3/4 and they have been working great. guess I could try 5 Whomper. what do you think. they didn't start rattling until they got some runs on them. it doesn't effect them because the 60's are with in a thou or two.

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FWIW(1)... my dad’s car rattles them at anything less than 5.5 psi... I run them at 5.8 according to my tire gauge.

FWIW(2)...the 3191 seems to not vary as much as the day goes on once again based off my dad’s car. Seems like it locks in on a number and stays there but the 3190 seems to vary more. Can’t explain it but that’s my opinion.

LIZZARD... loose nut behind the wheel on occasion
 
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been running them at 5 3/4 and they have been working great. guess I could try 5 Whomper. what do you think. they didn't start rattling until they got some runs on them. it doesn't effect them because the 60's are with in a thou or two.

ep
Give 5 a try....
 
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Whatever tire was on Torqn's kids car last year worked with low air pressure. I starter at 6 I think and was down to 5 in 1/4 lb increments and it just felt better each move and kept getting better on the time slip. Even tried 4.75 and it was fine.

SL...
 
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I’ve run both, and for the hot Greasy tracks in the summer i like the 3190 better. When things get cooler i swap to the 3191. I’ve run anywhere from 4.75 to 6.5 psi and ended up settling at 6.


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we run anywhere from 5.5 to 5.7 in ours and it works fine. That is from 4.80 - 4.50


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6.25 in my 3191's. 265 runs on them and still running same numbers as when new. Will go 300 plus for sure, 4.90's dragster.
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Whatever tire was on Torqn's kids car last year worked with low air pressure. I starter at 6 I think and was down to 5 in 1/4 lb increments and it just felt better each move and kept getting better on the time slip. Even tried 4.75 and it was fine.

SL...


Correct, anywhere from 4.5 to 6.5 has worked...i like 5.5. 200 runs without issues going 4.50's to 4.80
 
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I believe I'm going to put a pair of 3190W's on my Cobalt.
 
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3190's here. Raced in temps from upper 30's to 100* going 4.40's-4.50's always work flawlessly. I have tried from 5.0 to 6.0 without much difference and settled at 5.25#
 
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