TZO 200 Tires Clay compound

TZO 200 Tires Clay compound

Introducing the New Clay Compound Tires: A Guide for RC Enthusiasts 

We are thrilled to announce the arrival of our latest shipment of TZO tires, featuring the highly anticipated new clay compound. 

Many of you have been curious about where these tires fit in and how they can enhance your RC experience. In this blog post, we aim to provide a basic answer and guide for testing the clay compound based on your driving style and track conditions.

First, let's take a look at the different levels of softness in the clay compound, listed from softest to hardest: 

1. Ultra Soft 

2. Ultra Clay (Ultra Soft/Long Wear) 

3. Super Soft 

4. Supra Clay (Super Soft/Long Wear) 

5. Soft 

6. Supreme Clay (Soft/Long Wear) 

7. Medium 

8. Hard 

The clay compound tires offer a long wear option, making them ideal for those looking for durability and extended tire life.

While this is a general guideline, it's important to note that individual driving styles and track conditions may vary. Therefore, we encourage you to experiment and find the perfect match for your needs. 

For those who prefer a softer tire, the Ultra Soft and Super Soft options provide excellent traction and grip on clay surfaces. These tires are perfect for tracks with minimal dust or loose dirt, allowing you to navigate corners with confidence and precision. 

If you're looking for a balance between softness and longevity, the Ultra Clay and Supra Clay compounds are your go-to choices. These tires combine the softness of the Ultra Soft and Super Soft compounds with the added benefit of long wear. They are designed to withstand the rigors of racing and provide consistent performance over extended periods. 

Moving towards the medium and hard compounds, we introduce the Soft and Supreme Clay options. These tires offer a slightly firmer feel while still maintaining good grip on clay tracks. They are well-suited for tracks with moderate dust or loose dirt, providing stability and control during high-speed runs. 

Finally, the Medium and Hard compounds offer the firmest feel and are best suited for tracks with heavy dust or loose dirt. These tires excel in providing stability and durability, making them a popular choice for outdoor tracks with challenging conditions. 

Remember, this is just a basic guide to help you get started with the new clay compound tires. We encourage you to test different compounds and find the one that suits your driving style and track conditions the best. Don't hesitate to reach out to our knowledgeable team for further assistance or recommendations. 

At Coast2coastRC, we are committed to providing you with the highest quality products and helping you elevate your RC experience. We hope this guide helps you make an informed decision when choosing the right clay compound tires for your RC adventures. 

Happy racing and may your tires always grip the clay with confidence! -The Coast2coastRC Team

TZO 200 Tires Clay compound

16th Jan 2024 Justin Moore

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