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Old 06-06-2014
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Hi I'm trying to get me car ready for the revival meeting next month and was trying to pick the brains of you guys that are use to the track.
What tyres work best on your fine track

Thanks in advance justin
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Plus I'm new to the transponder system which system is used and which one do I need ?
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Hi I'm trying to get me car ready for the revival meeting next month and was trying to pick the brains of you guys that are use to the track.
What tyres work best on your fine track

Thanks in advance justin
hi, what car are you thinking of running? might be an idea to see if it's gonna be a wet day. hopefully there might be a shop on the day to get some tyres sorted.

I reckon the standard astro tyres will be fine, yellow scums in the dry and green balls in the wet

I've got all my fingers crossed it will be a nice, warm dry summers day!!!
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If I make it i will be running my Procat and yes fingers crossed it will be dry and sunny.
Do you know what system the use as I was looking at one if the my laps transponder and was wondering of it will be compatible
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If I make it i will be running my Procat and yes fingers crossed it will be dry and sunny.
Do you know what system the use as I was looking at one if the my laps transponder and was wondering of it will be compatible
The mylaps pt will work perfectly.
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The mylaps pt will work perfectly.
Well unless its a Purcey. We are running the RC3 transponder decoder and that will not work with the new transponder from Mylaps nicknamed purcey. It will run everything else though just not the purcey transponder. if you are on about getting your own transponder then I would try and get a Harry as it works on all decoders.

Tyre wise yes the usual suspects work on our track so schumacher minispikes in the dry and ballistic greens in the wet. The schumacher square blocks work very well on our track when its dry and have a high wear rate to.
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