|Fit Car Types||FWD, RWD|
|Tyre Grip Level||High Grip
|Tyre Type||Radial (treaded), Soft Tyre for Rear|
|Pieces Per Pack||4|
|Usage||Urethane tiles (Kyosho and RCP) and carpet too|
|Notes||A softer tyre for lots of grip - this is one of the most common tyres to be used on the rear of the car.
What is 'shore' and 'degrees'?
Shore is short for Shore Durometer. Shore Durometer is a unit of measurement used to test the hardness of elastomeric materials such as rubber.
Degrees is much the same but comes from the unit of measurement called International Rubber Hardness Degrees (IRHD).
Both methods use a device that makes an indentation in the rubber to measure the viscoelastic property of the material.
The lower the shore or degrees, the softer the rubber. The softer the rubber, the more grip you will get.