AE B4.2 / Kyosho RB6 / News / TLR 22

JConcepts Pressure Points for 1/10th

pressure points

JConcepts, a leader in 1/10th vehicle performance, with accredited victories around the world, including ROAR National Championships and IFMAR World Championships, has added another piece to its successful racing arsenal. The Pressure Points are the latest low-height tread option specifically designed to tame high-speed courses with either wet or blue groove traction conditions. The design starts as an angular, low pin design as a carryover from the successful Bar Codes front tire line-up. The small “points” combined with “lower case” Y elements developed on the original Bar Codes V1 rear tire provide the ultimate in surface area “pressure” penetration and tack.

The inner carcass and side-wall has built-in ribbing which limits carcass collapse and increases support on the outside during hard cornering and driving. The new inner ribbing, combined with the included JConcepts insert, is a perfect match to provide the ultimate in support, traction and consistency.

In the movies, it’s been said that loose is fast and on the edge of out of control. In our world, loose is slow and off the pace. The Pressure Points are designed to be driven hard while maintaining the grip necessary to drive at the limit. The edges of the side-walls have been carefully rolled for a smooth transition during cornering which limits traction-roll characteristics and allows the driver control during the all important tipping point every driver has experienced.

Just like all JConcepts tires, the Pressure Points are a proven winner. JConcepts driver Ryan Maifield TQ’ed such races at the JConcepts Clash and Arizona State Championships with Pressure points while JR Mitch TQ’ed the 11th annual Bigfoot Extravaganza with the Pressure Points gripping the dirt.

Go for the vitals with JConcepts, attack with Pressure Points.

Info and pic courtesy of JConcepts. Please visit their fantastic website for more info and latest news and info.

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