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Upgraded my combo to SR20 deal over the winter and started the year on old 3191w. Been a best of 4.58@151 with a 1.04 60 and 2.95 330 (if i recall correctly). Due for new rubbers so stick with little's or is it time for big bubbas? And which compound you guys liking. leaning towards the 3190w's this go around. HMMMM


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Stick with little bubbas, I prefer 3190 over 3191
 
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I have 2 friends running 4.50's on little bubbas. The big bubbas are likely going to slow it down. Although, if you run marginal tracks, that may not be a bad thing.
 
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Stick to 3191W, the Big's aren't needed.. 1.04 is nothing for them.


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As for the Little B, toss up for me on the 90 or 91's. Like the 90's better for hot racing conditions which usually is what most do more of. I think either will work.

What to the tires look like now, if they are smooth looking then use the same ones, if they look like they are being ripped to pieces use the 90's.

Big to littles,,,, it will slow the car down a bit and if you suffer from inconsistent 60's the bigs will likely help.

What's the rollout measure on your tires now? If they are close to 109, you can get a set of small Big's that will measure around 109.25".
 
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As for the Little B, toss up for me on the 90 or 91's. Like the 90's better for hot racing conditions which usually is what most do more of. I think either will work.

What to the tires look like now, if they are smooth looking then use the same ones, if they look like they are being ripped to pieces use the 90's.

Big to littles,,,, it will slow the car down a bit and if you suffer from inconsistent 60's the bigs will likely help.

What's the rollout measure on your tires now? If they are close to 109, you can get a set of small Big's that will measure around 109.25".


YES , THE LITTLES ARE 109. I SENT YOU SOME PHOTOS TO REVIEW WHEN YOU'RE FREE.


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Originally posted by TOP38:
As for the Little B, toss up for me on the 90 or 91's. Like the 90's better for hot racing conditions which usually is what most do more of. I think either will work.

What to the tires look like now, if they are smooth looking then use the same ones, if they look like they are being ripped to pieces use the 90's.

Big to littles,,,, it will slow the car down a bit and if you suffer from inconsistent 60's the bigs will likely help.

What's the rollout measure on your tires now? If they are close to 109, you can get a set of small Big's that will measure around 109.25".


YES , THE LITTLES ARE 109. I SENT YOU SOME PHOTOS TO REVIEW WHEN YOU'RE FREE.


WHY ARE YOU YELLING????????


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How’s he yelling, there is no audio option in when replying.

That said, Michael the tire you want is Hoosier’s BR3.
 
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How’s he yelling, there is no audio option in when replying.

That said, Michael the tire you want is Hoosier’s BR3.


I know.. It's just fun messing with Frizie.


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Originally posted by TOP38:
As for the Little B, toss up for me on the 90 or 91's. Like the 90's better for hot racing conditions which usually is what most do more of. I think either will work.

What to the tires look like now, if they are smooth looking then use the same ones, if they look like they are being ripped to pieces use the 90's.

Big to littles,,,, it will slow the car down a bit and if you suffer from inconsistent 60's the bigs will likely help.

What's the rollout measure on your tires now? If they are close to 109, you can get a set of small Big's that will measure around 109.25".


YES , THE LITTLES ARE 109. I SENT YOU SOME PHOTOS TO REVIEW WHEN YOU'RE FREE.


The video looks ok to me. Got any looking more from the side than the rear?
 
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How’s he yelling, there is no audio option in when replying.

That said, Michael the tire you want is Hoosier’s BR3.
He doesn’t know how to weld…….
 
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no need to! The quickest/Fastest TD cars in the country are rolling on Hoosier's C1550. call it their big bubba killer and the BR3 is the little bubba killer. Laughing very hard
 
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We have been 4.50 153 with a 1.02 60' in our dual suspended Diamond on lil bubba. Went 1.01 with our old Racetech on them as well. I woudl have run a lil bubba on the Stratus rather than the big one but it looked funny Smile


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Stick with the little bubba unless you just want to slow it down .03


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Originally posted by 1320racer:
How’s he yelling, there is no audio option in when replying.

That said, Michael the tire you want is Hoosier’s BR3.
He doesn’t know how to weld…….


That is true. My cars already junk . Laughing Hard


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