Kyosho Mini-Z Plastic Drift Tires
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Front and rear drift tires for Kysho Mini-Z RC cars, these are designed to be printed with PLA filament and to provide a perfect fit over the rims. If there is some trouble fitting them on the rims (too tight or a bit loose) you might want to soak the tires in hot water to soften the PLA material a bit and you should be able to get them to fit just fine. 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 PLA filament material, if you use ABS or other filament that shrinks a bit after printing you might have trouble fitting these on the rims.
Should print just fine with the normal print speed of PLA, use 0.1 mm layer height for best results, use just 1 outline/perimeter shell. There are no special requirements or recommendations regarding the infill percentage, the standard amount should be just fine.
Have fun and report how these work for you. The plastic PLA tires are great for drifting, not suitable for racing.
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