Fazon Wheelie Tires

Motassem

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Hello All,

Glad to be with you here and having this as my first post... I really want to hear your recommendation for the best multi terrain tires for easy wheelies (without any gearing modification) on Fazon as i can't find the stock tires that helpful for such purpose despite having the centre diff locked and running on 6S... I saw on other brands forums recommendations for Proline Trenchers and Badlands, however, i read here in some other threads many warnings about them ballooning, also i received a recommendation for Outcast Back Flip Tires and heard of Terrain Crushers as well but got a bit confused in the end :)

Thanks in advance and would be happy to hear your different opinions.

Regards,
Motassem
 

hotshot24mi

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Did you adjust your punch control up? You should be able to wheelie with the stock tires. I have a Nero and it will wheelie with any tires I put on it.

SRC Road crushers are for on road, they suck off road and you can' jump without cracking the rims.

The weight and power of the Fazon/Nero makes keeping tires from blowing out hard. I run the dboots backflips on my Nero and it's great but not sure I like the look. My next tire is a proline trenches 40 series and I am planning to use fish line to keep them from ballooning too much if it' an issue.
 

Mboss

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Did you adjust your punch control up? You should be able to wheelie with the stock tires. I have a Nero and it will wheelie with any tires I put on it.

SRC Road crushers are for on road, they suck off road and you can' jump without cracking the rims.

The weight and power of the Fazon/Nero makes keeping tires from blowing out hard. I run the dboots backflips on my Nero and it's great but not sure I like the look. My next tire is a proline trenches 40 series and I am planning to use fish line to keep them from ballooning too much if it' an issue.
I have a pair of trenchers in my collection...but have been reluctant to use trenchers because of added stress to driveline running 6s...anyone knew if the nero driveline can handle trenchers on 6s
 
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