They're rated 'Yellow'; the hardest compound JC makes. So naturally, they aren't going to grip like the softer compounds. The good part about the lower traction on pavement is that you can whip the rear-end around at speed & the tires let it 'drift' around 180° without flipping the car over like it does with softer, higher traction compounds. Especially on the newer "textured concrete" streets. (Experience talking). I put them on the suggested JC 2.8 Rulux Wheels (VERY Minimal Ballooning). Zero [More…]
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SHO - Rating: Verified Owner
Saturday, May 25, 2013
My M2 Badlands grip better on concrete and asphalt. And regardless of the cute little video they do balloon. They do look cool, and the low profile is nice, but the performance is missing. Used on an over-weight, over-powered 2WD Slash.