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10th F1 28deg front tire Green dot 2pc pre glued set F104 V3 for BK carpet
Soft front tire for MAXIMUM sterring!

10th F1 28deg front tire Green dot 2pc pre glued set F104 V3 for BK carpet

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Part Number:6113
  • Made for F104 Style Wheels
Sweep Racings F1 tires are designed to fit F104 style chassis.

Unlike others, Sweep's F1 tires were designed with both Asphalt and Carpet surfaces in mind!

Tires are the most important item on any race vehicle; without the right tire for the track conditions changing elements on the setup may waste valuable pit time!  Start with the right tires, Sweep F1 Tires for your machine!
 
For Black CRC carpet racing: testing has show the Soft rear (#F1RSP) and medium-hard front to be a good starting point.(#F1FMP or #F1FHP)
 
For asphalt racing: Start with following recommendation: Choose the rear compound first (by track temperature rating) then use the front compound to fine tune to your preference. Typically we start with the front tires one or two step harder than the rear.
 
Hot Weather (Track temp 95F+)
Front:  Hard~Medium. Rear: Medium

 
Warm Weather (Track temp 70F-90F)   
Front: Hard. Rear: Soft


Cooler weather (Track temp 50F-70F)
Front: Medium~Hard. Rear: Super Soft~Soft

 
Cold weather(Track temp below 50F)
Front: Soft~Medium. Rear: Super Soft



Assembly tips:
 
Peel the paper off the included inserts, stick adhesive side on the wheel (please do not mix front to rear inserts), flip the tires inside out to covered the wheel with rubber tire. be sure to gluing bids sits right on wheel. (please assemble with Sweep mark placed outside of the wheel)
 
Place small drops of Sweep CA glue as shown image below, placing the bidding area back on the wheel, place a rubber band over to secure the gluing job and hold tire in place.

Tuning tips:
Clean the tires with our X1 cleaner (#0006), then prepare a run with X2 compounds on rear of Sweep F1 tires first then start runs compound on front tires too inside half first,  increase the amount of compounds until you have just right amount of steering for you.

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