triton or triton 35?

biblaker

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What are the differences in the two models? I'm a bigger guy 235lbs and typically run smaller tracks, which would be better? 4 engine combos bsp, pro clone, limited mod gas clone, open clone.
 
I can only speak for the triton due to never had a 35..But we are about 230 as a driver and once we got it dialed in, thanks to some help on this thread, we could not ask for better.
 

S&MRacing

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35 will transfer weight a tad bit slower which seems to help the bigger guys based on my own observations. Only issue is that you are racing at a smaller track.
 

Ltg

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The standard Triton tends to be a bit easier to get working, a bit easier to drive and has a bit more turning power. The 35 is a bit harder to drive, a bit more tire sensitive and typically makes a bit less turning power. In return for this, the 35 tends to have a bit more speed potential when it's all working correctly. On smaller tracks and ones making less bite I'd be more tempted to go with the Standard Triton.

Todd
www.dynamicsofspeed.com
 

JonathanCope

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Agreed with Todd! We have a 35 and its fast when you hit everything right! It's just hard to hit everything right all the time.
 

Wrenchhead1

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Standard Triton hands down! All around one of the top chassis' produced by far. I know of a big name friend that's a well know PRC dealer that runs Super Heavy and he loves the Standard over the 35. The 35 is too finicky with really having to have an A+ Tire game.
 
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