Anaconda performance street tires feature a specially formulated tire compound providing exceptional wear and sticky traction. Anaconda tires are available separately or mounted and pre-glued on futuristic All-Star™ chrome wheels for no-hassle, out-of-the-box bolt-on traction. Molded-foam inserts coupled with the directional tread design provide a balanced feel for the ultimate high-speed on-road experience.
This product was added to our catalog on December 4, 2007
That includes break in which I do only slightly rich and full throttle Bursts right from the first start.
The reviews saying they are sticky is a joke. 2 quarts. I waisted them in a week.
I put the 2.5r engine on my hato because Traxxas are a bunch of retards and I'm basically done with them. I'm getting rid of all Traxxas but may keep this thing a little longer. Go with TLR folks. Or kyosho nitro. Support companies that are better and need support.
Heres some facts. With the 2.5r it's faster on the street. Yes it actually accelerates faster. Still spins tires out. Top speed is nearly identical because the 2.5 has good too rpms.
In the dirt it's a win also. Faster and more controllable than 3.3 because it's not waisting 50% of the power. There is a such thing as too much.
Throw the 2.5 on and sell that 3.3 or keep as back up for your other traxxas turds.
It will be the best thing you did for your jato. Put some dirt tires on. Get rid of the gimmicky sway bars that do literally nothing....raise the ride height....and gear it how you like. You now have something Superior to the 33 year old sport and rustler designs.
3.3 is too much period. And it's not enough on a monster truck. Well done Traxxas. You created a dud. The 3.3 uses the exact same internal as a 2.5 but has way more power under the curve.
This makes the 2.5 way more reliable. They didn't even beef it up.
Once you taste a good after market engine like a nova rossie or an rtr kyosho engine you will laugh at these Traxxas engines.
The small blocks get over worked in the monster trucks and temps will slowly rise. This creates inconsistent tuning. In the summer with body on and riding them hard like they should be a 3.3 doesn't cut it for the revo or tmaxx. Theyjust aren't that good.
My kyosho mad crusher runs all day and so steady like a rock. Not to mention real big block torque.
overall great tires though