It is the greatest tire ever for club racing, particularly with the 206. First heat cycle is awful so no one buys new tires for quali. And doesn’t fully settle out until cycles 3-4. And then it’s the same for 30 heat cycles. So you just buy a set and run them for races, practices, whatever until there is nothing left. No need for a second set of wheels for race or practice tires either.
You have to take them off when the cords pop through because it’s dangerous, not because it’s slow.
Every 206 club in the country needs to seriously consider the Mojo D2. It’s an absolute budget and competition dream.
PA/OH Great Lakes tracks are moving to a pretty unified Mojo D2 for 206 and MG Red for KA. Pitt Race ran 206 on the Mojo D2 last year and it was great honestly. But in the spirit of cooperation Pitt, Thompson, Ohio Sprint Series and the future Lorain track are all on the same package going forward.
We’ve not quite had the same experience with MG Reds in LO206 Cadet. We see roughly 7-10 pretty competitive heat cycles and then drop off 3-5 tenths for another 7-10 cycles and then seem to flatten out at about .5-.75 seconds off pace until they’re corded.
They’re also incredibly slippery for the first 2-3 laps if it’s cold outside.
I just mounted up a new set of MG Reds after putting 6 race weekends and several practice days on the last set. I’m still pretty new to karting so I’m really curious to see how things go with a fresh set of rubber. I’m planning on going to NCMP sunday.