Pro-Line Proton 2.2 M3 Soft Buggy Race Tires PRO822602
PRO822602 Pro-Line Proton 2.2 M3 Soft Buggy Race Tires

Pro-Line Proton 2.2 M3 Soft Buggy Race Tires PRO822602

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These are the Pro-Line Proton 2.2” M3 Soft Buggy Race Tires, with Foam Inserts included.

  • Based off of the Original V1 Suburbs design but improved in every way
  • Easy to drive fast
  • Scientifically Proven Proton Performance – Already a Winner!
  • Unmatched forward grip on even the loosest indoor track
  • Foam inserts included
  • Made in the USA, since 1982

The next generation of bar tire performance is here: Pro-Line Proton Buggy Race Tires!  Based off of the ridiculously successful V1 Suburbs design, the Proton achieves improved durability and performance on a wider range of track surfaces. Indoor 1/10 scale Off-Road racing has taken off around the world, but the traction conditions can vary wildly from dusty and loose to super wheelie traction.

Pro-Line’s V1 Suburbs performed exceptionally well at tracks with medium to high traction and pure clay, and the Proton eclipses its predecessor by providing more forward grip and being much easier to drive. The Proton Tires feature the same low tread found in the V1 Suburbs, but the tread is more spaced out and is thicker front to back for improved performance on loose and low traction indoor surfaces.

The Pro-Line Proton Tires made their race debut at Round 2 of JBRL at SDRC Raceway in San Diego under extreme secrecy and went on to take the TQ and Win at the hands of Pro-Line’s Cody Turner in the premier Mod Buggy class!  If you want scientifically proven next generation tire technology and winning performance, then reach for the new Pro-Line Protons!

Two Pro-Line Proton 2.2” M3 Soft Buggy Race Tires with Foam Inserts, (2)
Height: 3.35" (85mm)
Width: 1.65" (42mm)
  • Hot Bodies D413
  • Team Losi 22 2WD Buggy
  • Associated B44.2
  • Associated RC10 B4.2
  • Associated RC10 B5
  • Traxxas Bandit

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