ProLine Holeshot X2 1:8 Buggy Tyres Pre Mounted on Lightweight White Wheels (2)

Brand: Pro Line

Part Number: PL9041-032

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This is a pair of Pre-mounted Hole Shot 2.0 X2 Tires. The Hole Shot is renowned across the world as one of the most used race tires of all time. From World Championships to National Championships, Regional race events to club race events, the Hole Shot design has just about every title imaginable because it just plain works in a variety of different race conditions. Now, Pro-Line has achieved the impossible: improved on the original in every way. Through meticulous refinement the new Hole Shot 2.0 has the performance to carry on the legendary Hole Shot name well into the next Decade. The Hole Shot 2.0 provides more forward traction, increased steering response and is less edgy in the ruts making you faster than ever before. Richard Saxton, Team Associated’s testing guru, says that the new Hole Shot 2.0 is “Like Cheating!!”  Pro-Line’s mini-pin and square lug technology combine to give your Buggy TQ pace and last through long mains. Buy some new Hole Shot 2.0 Premounted Buggy tires now!
Pro-Line makes using performance tires easier than ever by offering the Holeshot 2.0 X2 tires mounted on Velocity Lightweight wheels. Pro-Line lives and breathes the philosophy of Racing To Bring You The Best and that is exactly what the Lightweight Velocity 1:8 Buggy wheel represents. Pro-Line engineers worked tirelessly to create the lightest possible wheel without compromising strength to give your buggy the lowest rotating mass and the fastest acceleration ever achieved. The lighter wheel also has a slightly higher level of flex which results in more traction in loose track conditions. The new Lightweight wheel is marked with Pro-Line’s latest P-L logo giving your buggy the best possible look that matches the performance.
If you are ready to bring your buggy to the next level, get a set of Holeshot 2.0 X2 Tires mounted on Lightweight Pro-Line wheels!

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Pro-Line tires always give me the grip I need no matter what the surface, but the X compound takes it a step further by extending the life of the tire without sacrificing the grip. - Ty Tessmann
The only choice for National Champions....Pro-Lines new X compound! Dakotah Phend
“Elliott Boots was able to TQ two rounds of the three giving him the overall TQ, he chose to use the X4 Blockade which worked very well, setting fastest laps by over a second from all other drivers, with the track quite muddy, but they worked really good” – Chris Boots on Elliott’s TQ at the 2013 Saint Quentin GP

Please note: All tires & wheels are sold in pairs, unless otherwise noted.

Tire Features:

  • Unbelievable traction on a variety of surfaces
  • Represents the latest in race tire technology
  • Meticulous refinement over the Original Hole Shot
  • Includes high density, durable, long lasting closed cell inserts
  • Now Available in the X Series Compounds

Wheel Features:
  • Ultra Lightweight Performance Racing Wheel
  • 8.9g lighter per wheel than #2702 V2 Wheel (total weight savings 35.6g)
  • Strong and Durable Nylon Material
  • New P-L Racing Logo and Styling
  • Wheels also available unmounted
  • Made in the USA, since 1982 – Read about Pro-Line Racing’s History
Whats Included:
  • Hole Shot 2.0 tires (2 pcs)
  • Closed Cell foam Inserts (2 pcs)
  • Lightweight White Wheels (2 pcs)
  • 1:8 Buggy Front or Rear
Tire Specs:

Height:   4.33 (110mm)
Width:   1.68 (43mm)

Wheel Specs:
Outer Diameter:   3.27 (83mm)
Width:   1.65 (42mm)
  • Brand: Pro Line
  • Part No: PL9041-032
  • Pack Quantity: 2

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