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chevy_20
Member
posted July 15, 2003 07:41 PM
I've been running an IMCA track and running i'm running another track for the first time Saturday night? Tire rule for track is Hoosier a40 or IMCA g60 tires. I know i want to run the Hoosiers but i was thinking about just running them on the back with the g60 on the front. Would that hurt anything or do i need to run the Hoosiers all the way around? How is it going to affect the handling? Thanks


modman97
Member
posted July 15, 2003 09:26 PM
The tires are differant in size. I would say that mixing them will throw off your ride heights, and affect the cars geometry. KEEP IT SIMPLE! I would recommend putting the Hoosiers all the way around if po$$ible.


dirtywrench13
Member
posted July 15, 2003 10:40 PM
stick with the tires you know.use the g-60's


spde
Member
posted July 16, 2003 02:01 PM
If you run against guys running hoosiers then run the hoosiers. You will be at a big disadvantage if you don't. I would not mix the tires either. the g-60's don't flex as much so you probably would have a push the whole race. gl ltr spde

[This message has been edited by spde (edited July 16, 2003).]

uforacing51
Member
posted July 16, 2003 02:46 PM
Ditto everything said already


zeroracing
Member
posted July 25, 2003 09:04 PM
I agree with zero, dry slick will even things up, but if it stays tacky you'll be out to lunch.


lucky13
Member
posted July 26, 2003 12:24 PM
The Hoosier is a racing tire, and the puck is not. Regardless of track condition the Hoosier will have more grip. If you are really used to the pucks, maybe you should run them because you might be off on setup a bit with the Hoosier (the puck setup is usually too tight for the Hoosier). If this is a one time deal or you are just trying it, maybe try the pucks and see how it goes. That way you aren't out a bunch of $$. Good luck!


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