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The car is so fast even at 9 volts I may have to turn down the voltage for the kids! How do you keep the original tire to sit still in the bottom of the cup? And now we come to tires. My tire mold also captured the tread pattern of the Fly Classic tires and even the words molded on a Slot It tire. Of course, you can also use black dye for a more authentic look. Jordan has a few experiences to share on his tire making efforts. What I will give you are some lessons learned from a novice in doing this that may assist those in taking the plunge. And they only work with Slot It rear wheels. The red goes quite well with the Clini Clowns sponsorship on the car. And what about the drop in traction after a few laps on a wood track? This uses a minimal amount of mold material.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Some folks drop a dab of CA glue on the wheel to help the tires stay in place but I have not had to do that yet. I had some questions on the making of tires from a friend on the internet yes, you can have "friend on the internet" so here's my answer to each of the questions that were posed to me:. Plus it looks great! However, even these tend to get a bit slippery on a wood track. As you may know, racing on a wood track means you need non-factory tires. They sure help but it's expensive if you have more than two cars to do. Thankfully, Slot It now includes a pair of S1s underneath the box for all new releases. Not bad, but still expensive for a whole stable of cars and that stable would also need Slot It rear wheels too. Second, I believe it is a very economical way to go as long as you have more than say two cars to reshoe. When I found the tyre making article you wrote must be a 10mths ago -it may me get on my way to having a go myself, I was truly inspired - with over cars I thought this can save me some trips to the slot shop and some cash. How did you choose VytaFlex 40? It only has to set up for 20 minutes and then you can pour the OOMOO 25 silicone in to just above the tire height add some more OOMOO for better mold handling once you start actually using the tire mold. It's that good of a product. The best solution is pure rubber tires - the ones I make myself. That way, they have the least amount of stretch. Because the urethane likes a slow bake oven at F 65C for a bit better cure I have a floodlight outdoor light at the top of an old PC tower case that gets it to F and leave them in there for hrs, then the 2 week room temp cure as well. I ended up using Oomoo 30 silicone for molds and ReoflexA30 for my tyres and the black tint being a bit of a purist the tyres had to be black LOL. The world is your oyster! No release agent was required. Using your own homemade tires means you will never have to add lead to your wood track race cars. Read on: Hi Mike I found your website while i was searching for ideas for my first routed track and i always check your site to see your new slotcar related things. I give the mold a couple of squeezes after the pour of the rubber to make sure any air is given a chance to get released. The very first tires I made were better than I expected and grip as good if not better than any silicones I have used on my routed tracks. I also like the fact the red tires harken back to the old days when funny colored foam tires were par for the course. PS - You realize that you can now use this method to recreate mirrors, spoilers, etc. My Fly GT40 tires and GTB tires have huge curves on both sides so they actually came out looking very accurate even on the down or inside Keep the best face outside of tire when on car facing up - you want to cover it completely Do you spin it? I finally got a chance to try making my own urethane tires. Oh, here are some great tips from a fellow slotter out there Thanks to "Stingray Racing" on www. With no magnetic downforce to hide poor chassis design, or should I say implementation, you may be forced to adjust any of the following factors: wheels and axles, lead weight, braids, and tires. I found a source for the stuff here in Australia and 3 weeks ago I ordered it all and now I have 13 pairs of molds and have made nearly 15 sets of tyres. I will not bore you with photos since others have posted excellent photos and how-to's in previous posts. Check out my Fly Alfa Romeo with its new rear racing tires. The small opening works quite well since you limit the flash to the middle of the tire sidewall instead of the road-surface edge. I should have known that making a silicone mold from a silicone tire would not be a good thing. Either way it's easily sanded or snipped with scissors. Also, it is recommended you use only the newest tires from your store bought cars. After hours, carefully flex the silicone to grip a tire edge and gently pry it out - not that hard after your first one It's quite easy to get the original tire out of the mold since Vytaflex is so soft Nothing is faster. Braids are not too much of an issue unless they are the big Carerra style ones too thick. It will also make it more fun for the kids so they don't slide out as easily and get frustrated. I have tried everything and typically had my best results with Slot It silicone tires. No, I simply pour smoothly and slowly and hope for the best - no air bubbles to date on my 20 or so molds made with OOMOO. It's a very simple A-B mix using equal amounts by volume of each. What you see here is my first attempt at making tires. I hope that was helpful to everyone out there in slot car land. I have found my tires do not require CA glue to keep them in place. Many of them may be dried out and brittle by now, if not turned to black goo. Meaning, I have a few stables of certain types of cars. First off, I have to say it is very rewarding. A small dab of white glue worked well on the backside of the tire to be molded. None - you have to gently squeeze the silicone mold to ensure there are no air bubbles in the Vytaflex. The difference being is that they do not collect dust after a few laps. I had no air bubbles in any of my molds. For the remaining molds I used the original factory rubber tires. Lead weight is not always the saviour you think. This is great news for those cars but what about all my Fly cars? In my stable, I have too many to list but surprisingly, not too many singles. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Fetching isn't it? First of all, this ain't rocket science! Absolutely - they are easily sanded but don't expect to get piles of rubber off of it They are quite stretchy Do not mold silicone tires without a release agent spray can of stuff you spray an original with. The photos and info on your web page are great, but I have many questions. I think I have tossed only 2 tires out due to incomplete pours on my part In other words, if you are just a teeny bit patient - like being able to stand in line at the ATM machine - then you should be OK for pouring in the Vytaflex. In my travels, I have experimented with almost everyone of these factors. Often times you simply end up with a heavier car needing even more traction. Simply awesome I received another email from a fellow slotter in Australia the internet is so great ain't it??!! Could you go over, in detail, the steps you used in making a mold of an original tire that you take off of a car? They stay in top shape. I chose red to make it plain to me if the car had the homebrew or factory tires still on it. Not really - since the inside of the tire is not showing, it really does not have to be that great. I believe I will be setting new record times on my track. It's fun stuff! Everyone comes out a winner. Word of mouth on the internet - 40 is the best I hear 60 is good for front tires Is the finished uerethane rubber tire sandable? Have you checked your shelf-queen tires lately? You guessed it, the mold stuck to the tires. All went well in my mold making until I chose to use the Slot It silicone tires to make a large hub tire mold. For the actual tires, I used Smooth-On's Vytaflex Vytaflex is also a simple A-B mixing chemical that uses equal volumes of each. My homebrew tires are now even better than the Slot It S1 tires and stay that way lap after lap after lap.