Pro-Line Street Fighter SC 2.2"/3.0" Short Course Truck Tires (2) (M2)

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This is a set of two Pro-Line Street Fighter SC 2.2"/3.0" Tires, in M2 (Medium) Compound. If you want the ultimate long wear street tire, then check out the Pro-Line Street Fighter SC. Based on the latest in high performance on-road tire technology, the Street Fighter SC has the perfect balance, G force developing tread pattern and style that will keep your truck turning heads on the street!

NOTE: These tires are not pre-mounted and do not include wheels.


  • Standardized 2.2"/3.0" SC bead dimensions
  • Aggressive long wear tread
  • Made from M2 (Medium) compound
Height: 4.30" (109mm)
Width: 1.80" (46mm)

What’s Included:

  • (2) Street Fighter SC 2.2"/3.0" Tires 

This product was added to our catalog on December 3, 2010

Verified Owner
Saturday, Mar 30 2013 (about 7 years ago)
Pro-Line Street Fighter SC 2.2"/3.0" Short Course Truck Tires (2) (M2)
These tires have an amazing amount of grip on asphalt and concrete while having very little wear, it's a great combination. If you like to run your truck in parking lots or on paved tracks these are a great long term tire and well worth the price. Of course with so much grip, you have to watch out for traction rolling. These tires were meant to grip, not slide just like real asphalt racing tires, and that becomes very clear the first time you take a corner at speed.
Thursday, May 1 2014 (about 6 years ago)
Pro-Line Street Fighter SC 2.2"/3.0" Short Course Truck Tires (2) (M2)
These tires look really good on my SC10.2 and provide average to good traction on the pavement but not excellent. Straight line grip is good but they give out and slide the rear around quite easily under power in the turns. I never have enough traction turning to make me worry about traction rolling. The biggest issue I have with these tires is that they balloon a lot and is probably the reason for the poor turning traction under power. I really wish Pro-Line would make there Road Rage tires available for the SC wheels. I run there 2.8 Road Rage on my Slash 4x4 and they're awesome! I would only recommend these tires to someone who is planning to drive a lot on pavement for recreation but not racing. To sum it up, they look great, traction is average to good, they balloon easily and its harder compound should hold up well in the long run. If your looking for street tires for a Slash I'd go with the 2.8 wheels with Pro-Line Road Rage tires.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Apr 24 2014 (about 6 years ago)
Pro-Line Street Fighter SC 2.2"/3.0" Short Course Truck Tires (2) (M2)
They're noticeably heavier than other tires such as the calibers. I bought these for some street bashing tires and the hard compound means they don't grip as well as some of the other tires I own, also probably due to the tires deforming less than a standard sct tire. They're fun for speed runs.
Verified Owner
Monday, Aug 19 2013 (about 6 years ago)
Pro-Line Street Fighter SC 2.2"/3.0" Short Course Truck Tires (2) (M2)
I got a set of these and a set of Dynamite Speedtread Robbers for my DESC210. For paved parking lot, I like the Robbers much better. The street fighters don't grip as much and balloon pretty bad. My motor is a 5.5 turn 65C/5500 MAH battery. Air temps have been around 85. They do work well on the road but we race on a parking lot so there not my preference for my application. I think these might make a good ozite carpet tire and well test them this winter.