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We always ran pink rears & purple fronts. If the track has a lot of bite a red right front may work and maybe purple rears . T&M makes a great asphalt tire, the 35 is compareable to a purple but it doesn't get real gummy and make the car traction roll like purples can. The 35 fronts work well if nitro cars run on the track.
 

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the last few times i run asphalt flat track, i always ran my best times with BSR double pinks rears and left front and a double purple right front. if your loose coming off put a pink left rear on, always a fast setup for me. good luck mike
 

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Danny-We run alot of flat asphalt out west
here's a good starting point with durometer #'s
rf-purple 52
lf-purple 45
lr-pink 38-40
rr-pink 40 sometimes if the bite is stout purple 43
Basically the same deal as Mike said but we're on Murdocks stuff..
 

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As long as you can get forward bite out of the pink/purple rears, that is what I would run.

I struggled all summer to get forward bite out of the pinks, and found BSR Green rears with a stiffer setup in the center was faster than soft setup and pink rears. And Tire wear was about the same per run.

Oh and for fronts LF - BSR Purple and RF - BSR Double purple all the way
 
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