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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 23rd, 10, 11:19 AM Thread Starter
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Hoosier Quicktime Pro's?

So as in other posts I am running a 33x22 MT radial. It is no surprise that they drive great but have no hope of hooking on the street.

Do any of you pro-street guys run Hoosier Quicktime Pro's? I am thinking of their 33x22 ones for when I want to have the car hook after a quick burnout.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 23rd, 10, 12:38 PM
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Re: Hoosier Quicktime Pro's?

I had the 18.5 X 31 QT pro's, they work pretty good, they didn't seem to like being heated too much, just clean them off good.

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 24th, 10, 8:31 AM
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Re: Hoosier Quicktime Pro's?

Unfortunately, I feel that unless you plan on driving around at low tire pressure as you would at the track, it will be hard to hook it no matter what.


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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 27th, 10, 10:53 PM
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Re: Hoosier Quicktime Pro's?

I have the 33 x 22 quick time pros after I got rid of the MT SR Radials. I like them alot but watch out if you get caught in the rain.

They hook alot better than the SR radials.
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old Nov 25th, 11, 2:29 AM
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Re: Hoosier Quicktime Pro's?

It seems crazy that there are not a lot of choices for a sticky street tire for a tubbed car.M&T ET Streets are about the best you can do,if you want to call them streetable.Next best would be the Quick Time Pros.Regular Quick Times and Sportsman Pros are more streetable but a joke if you have big power.I'm going to try the biggest/tallest M&T DRs they make next year.I think it will be a matter of chassis tuning,but there sure are a lot of race cars going fast on those tires.
I just got rid of my 9 second C5.I ran Nitto DRs and they actually hooked ok for a real street tire.Hopefully there will be more choices in the future.
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