Im thinking about trying radials on my car . How good does the track surface have to be to use radials on a nitrous car ? The tracks around here are not the best . Can they work on a average track surface ?
As long as you have a way to control the nitrous, and a good double adjustable shock at both ends of the car. You can make them work on just about any track. They may not be as quick on a marginal surface as they are on a killer track, just because you can't get after them as hard as you can a bias ply. But on a good track they will be substantially quicker.