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Pro-Line Striker SC 2.2"/3.0" Rally Tires (2) (M2)

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This is a pack of two Pro-Line Striker SC 2.2"/3.0" Rally Tires in M2 compound. Pro-Line has developed the Striker SC to fill a void in the market for a low-profile Rally inspired tire that fits Short Course Wheels. The Striker SC includes Pro-Line’s innovative "Pro-Core Technology" that eliminates the foam insert inside the tire and uses rubber ribbing instead to provide the ideal amount of tire flex. This means that you no longer have to worry about your foam insert breaking down! Pro-Line is also bringing back the popular Striker tread pattern which is perfect for Rally racing on the street or hard packed dirt.


  • Low-Profile Rally inspired tires
  • Innovative Foamless Pro-Core Tire Technology
  • Perfect upgrade for the Traxxas Rally
  • Made from the legendary, long lasting M2 Compound
  • Made in the USA, since 1982


Width: 1.81 in (46mm)
Height: 4.00 in (102mm)
Weight: 93g

Included Items:

  • (2) Striker Short Course Tires with Pro-Core (foamless) Technology

This product was added to our catalog on March 14, 2014

Verified Owner
Monday, May 9 2016 (about 3 years ago)
Pro-Line Striker SC 2.2"/3.0" Rally Tires (2) (M2)
I used the PL Strikers for a custom Traxxas Rally build, mounting them on the Team Associated Rally Wheels. It's been nearly a year, and they are wearing quite evenly, right down the center line. Performance-wise, I couldn't be much more happier. They break free at the right points, allowing my car to drift in the turn, fishtail, or do full-on, 180° stops. I will most likely buy another set when it's time to replace.
Verified Owner
Monday, Jan 14 2019 (about a year ago)
Pro-Line Striker SC 2.2"/3.0" Rally Tires (2) (M2)
great tires I use these on My SC Modified on pavement and the work great
Friday, Apr 28 2017 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Striker SC 2.2"/3.0" Rally Tires (2)
I have used these tires in Losi ten rally due to the low supply for spare of stock, these proline have completely disappointed me, the ballooning effect with 3s is too big, unacceptable, not having the inner foam can not be solved, alone The compound is up to the quality of proline for that 2 stars and not 1
Tuesday, Apr 4 2017 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Striker SC 2.2"/3.0" Rally Tires (2)
tires go bald when your heavy on the throttle thru turns or from a standing start, or heavy throttle on gravel becuase it creates friction and heat witch causes pre mature wear, i will be putting these on a slash 2wd lcg rally conversion for the low pro grip, unless you have awd, dont punch the throttle like the tire is a proline trencher otherwise youll end up like the other guy who seen rwd and assumed it meant right wheel drive.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Sep 3 2015 (about 4 years ago)
Pro-Line Striker SC 2.2"/3.0" Rally Tires (2) (M2)
Used these as stock replacements for my Losi Ten Rally X. Like the fact there are no foams to get rolled up inside the tire. There is some swell on 3S, that is to be expected. Definitely have out lasted the factory tires by leaps and bounds. Like the compound, they like to slide around a lot on asphalt. Combine that with the AVC setup in the Ten Rally and it makes drifting is a blast! Will probably buy more when the time comes.
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jun 4 2014 (about 5 years ago)
Pro-Line Striker SC 2.2"/3.0" Rally Tires (2) (M2)
Don't waste your money!!! I mounted these on JConcepts Hazard Wheels. So far I have only ran 7 fully-charged 2S 5000mAh 30C Li-Po batteries thru the stock Traxxas VXL-3S Velineon system with the slipper clutch set looser than I normally set it and these tires are already half gone in the center. Which also means these tires are not running 'flat' across the tread. They are not 'flat' setting still on my workbench. These tires run mostly on the center tread and three quarters of the tread line next to the center treads. And then the ballooning only makes it worse. Even on the front of my 2WD, the edge scrubbing is horrible. These tires were installed after a complete Bumper-to-Bumper rebuild... So they are running basically on a brand new set-up, with everything set to the best that they can be set.

To compare: I ran JConcepts G-Locs 2.8 Tires on the recommended JConcepts Rulux 2.8" Wheels last season and ran 80 fully charged 2S 5000mAh 30C Li-Po batteries thru my (in for repair) Castle Creations Sidewinder 3 4600 ESC/Motor Set (with the clutch tight) before they were completely bald and starting to balloon. I am going back to the G-Locs and save these Pro-Line Striker Tires for "front wheel use ONLY".

I have a 2WD Slash that's a little rear heavy due to FLM's full aluminum Tranny case & aluminum sealed Diff (about 100 grams heavier than stock plastic - BUT makes a awesome Heat Sink for the motor) & 13mm Bore Team Assoc. SCT10 4x4 Shocks. Gearing: 23pin/83spur. With a single 2S 5000mAh 30C Li-Po battery, Top Speed w/Velineon system: 28mph - Top Speed w/CC's Sidewinder 3 4600 ESC/Motor Set: 32mph