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Avon Compounds

Avon Compounds

Avon Motorsport produces slick tyres in a variety of different compounds.

Author: STUCKERN/Wednesday, July 27, 2016/Categories: Technical Information

Avon Motorsport produces slick tyres in a variety of different compounds, with each compound aimed at a specific area of motorsport. This gives us the flexibility to provide highly tailored products to individuals needs. Below is a guide on compounds from hard to soft in descending order. Contact us for advice on the best compound combined with tyre construction for your needs Note - Compound variant is only available in our slick tyre range Remember - Softer compound does not always equal faster lap times

Stiffness

Compound

Application

Hard

A70

Ultra Hard compound for saloon car circuit slick applications.

 

A29

Very Hard compound for saloon car circuit slick applications.

 

A60

Medium compound for saloon car circuit slick applications.

 

A30

Medium compound for classic applications.

 

A37

Hard compound for sportscar, Soft compound for saloon car applications.

 

A56

Hard compound for sportscar / single seater circuit slick.

 

514

Medium / Hard compound for single seater and sportscar circuit slick.

 

A24

Medium compound for single seater, sportscar and sidecar circuit slick applications.

 

A11

Medium compound for single seater, sportscar and sidecar circuit slick applications.

 

A53

Soft compound for single seater and sidecar circuit slick applications.

 

A43

Hard compound for single seater circuit wet. Soft compound for sportscar.

 

379

Hard GT Hillclimb Compound

 

A49

Medium / Soft compound for rallycross, single seater circuit.

 

A50

Medium GT Hillclimb Compound.

 

A15

Very soft compound for hillclimb slick / wet single seater circuit and sidecar wet applications.

 Soft

A92

Very soft compound for hillclimb slick / wet single seater circuit and sidecar wet applications.


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