Kyosho Mini-Z Flexible Tires
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Front and rear flexible tires for Kysho Mini-Z RC cars, these are designed to be printed from a flexible filament such as NinjaFlex or Arnitel Eco flexible filament. Do not print them using plastic material such as PLA, we are going to upload a separate design for plastic tires from PLA as the size of the tires is a bit different. Should fit on all onroad models of Mini-Z such as MR-02, MR-03 and MA-010. Check the instructions for details on how to print them with best results.
Designed by http://minirc-project.com/
The tires are meant to be printed using a flexible material such as NinjaFlex or Arnitel Eco flexible filament, not designed for plastic filaments such as ABS or PLA!
Print with about 1/3 of the normal print speed of PLA (normal when using flexible filaments), use 0.1 mm layer height for best results, use just 1 outline/perimeter shell. You can experiment with the amount of infill percentage to get different results - harder or softer to the squeeze tires.
Have fun and report how these work for you. Our tests have shown that these do not work very well on RCP track, should most likely work better on carpet surface. They are good mostly for drifting, not for high-speed racing.
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