Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)

Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)
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This is a set of two Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" 1/10 Buggy Rear Tires. The Hole Shot 2.0 tire features refined pins, a flatter carcass and updated internal webbing, dramatically increasing the performance of an already dominant tire design.

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Tire Features:

  • Updated pin design lasts longer
  • Small, square-lug technology throughout tire
  • New outer pins are angled to resist catching ruts
  • Internal webbing reduces tire expansion under acceleration
  • Fits any 1:10 2.2” Buggy rear wheel
  • Tire made 100% in the USA
  • Foam Inserts included

Includes:

  • (2) Hole Shot 2.0 Tires
  • (2) Impact Firm Inserts

This product was added to our catalog on December 22, 2009

Saturday, Apr 30 2011 (about 9 years ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M4)
Track conditions: hard-packed, dusty surface

Performance: Aggressive forward bite, poor side bite, fairly long tread life.

Opinion: These tires work best when the track has no dust, is wet, or has a clean racing line. Otherwise be prepared to exit corner spinning in circles.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Oct 5 2011 (about 9 years ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)
Great traction, excellent wear and winning oppurtunity.
I have a set still have life left after a whole season of racing 540 buggy.
Thursday, Dec 9 2010 (about 9 years ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)
Pros: M3 compound has great traction on loose dirt and for me has been durable.
Cons: No closed cell inserts.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Nov 21 2019 (11 months ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)
At my local track these are the ticket right here...(Hot-Dry/Clay/Med-High Grip/low to mid Groove)...Once it grooves up and the track is blown off this tire just grips like its on sandpaper. I run a fresh set of tires for my Amain always. But I will then use that set to run my two qualifiers on the next weekend and rotate that way. So I get about 3 to 4 sometimes 5 or 6 .. runs on one set of tires.. I know that doesn't seem like a lot but when you are racing at a certain level you want to have the best and any advantage on your competitors.. Sometimes il run a set of tires that have 1 run on them in the Amain too .... but it all depends on the track conditions and day. Proline products are always great never had a defective tire or issue.
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Jan 20 2015 (about 5 years ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)
Great traction, wear is quick. Running on a hard packed, rough/dusty surface though would still consider them in the future. Seems like a good all round tire.
Verified Owner
Saturday, Oct 6 2012 (about 8 years ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M4)
I initially dismissed the Hole Shots because the M3 compound didn't work for me. After running Hot Bodies Megabites I decided to give the M4's a shot. Combined with front M4 Holeshots my B4.1 WC has excellent traction. On a dry, dusty track these are not nearly as good, but on a watered down track, they hook up great!
Thursday, Jul 5 2012 (about 8 years ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)
these are in fact the tires that come with the AE B4.1 FT kit. I raced at
SDRC in San Diego, CA with these and i was happy. so happy that when they wore out i replaced with the same thing. burr!
Tuesday, Jul 26 2011 (about 9 years ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)
These are the tires that come stock with the Associated B4.1 buggy. While not tested on a full 'clay' track they were compared extensively against the Calibers, Bow-ties and I.F.M.A.R. Studs on a typical 'fill dirt' track. The dirt on this track is compacted and kept moist. These Pro-Line Hole Shot tires performed horribly on this type of track compared to the other tires mentioned. Perhaps they'd perform better on a full club type, clay race track but if you're going to be doing any driving elsewhere on more common dirt tracks or free driving, look elsewhere for your tires.
Wednesday, Oct 2 2013 (about 7 years ago)
Pro-Line Hole Shot 2.0 2.2" Rear Buggy Tires (2) (M3)
They suck on a hard packed clay track, Good for bashing or running on asphalt. They last forever.