Pro-Line Positron VTR 4.0" 1/8 Truggy Tires w/Foam (2) (MC)

Pro-Line Positron VTR 4.0" 1/8 Truggy Tires w/Foam (2) (MC)
Price: $35.96


  • M4
  • S3
  • MC
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This is a pair of Pro-Line Positron VTR 1/8 Truggy Tires. Designed from the ground up with an all-new and futuristic directional tread design, the Positron delivers true next generation performance with improved grip and corner speed on indoor clay tracks.

The tread design pays homage to the Electron and ION tire before it with the 2 center pins boxed in by connected bars for a familiar Pro-Line signature look. From there the connected bars shoot off at angles that have been specifically designed to provide maximum Forward Bite combined with unmatched Corner Speed all while lasting longer than the competition. The Positron is directional, which adds another tuning option for the racers always looking for that extra edge since it will perform differently depending on which direction it is run. Get your truck ready for action with the Pro-Line Positron!


  • Ground up Design for Maximum Performance
  • Futuristic Directional Tread Design
  • Angled Connected Bars for Maximum Forward Bite & Unmatched Corner Speed
  • Improved Tire Wear Over Previous Race Tires
  • Tune Performance by Choosing Tire Direction
  • Outlast the Competition
  • Available in M4 (Super Soft) and MC (Clay) compounds
  • Made in the USA, since 1982

5.50" (140mm)
Width: 2.36" (60mm)

Saturday, Aug 25 2018 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Positron VTR 4.0" 1/8 Truggy Tires w/Foam (2) (S3)
Positron S3 for truggy is legit! I feared this tread design might be too edgy and bite-in too much on corner entry, but it does not. The main difference between 'S' compound and 'X' compound seems to be early in a run: 'X' compounds seem to get better as the tire warms up. There was no discernible difference in wear between 'S' compound and 'X' compound.