On my off-road nitro cars, I put a few small holes in the tire tread and plug any vent holes in the wheel. If any water does get in, centrifugal force spins it out.What about water getting in the tires and the foams soaking it up?
Searching google seems it's about a 50-50 split on people who run with or without the foams.
As long as the tires aren't bouncy, it's good.WoodiE,
Did you notice after installing the foams and glueing the tires did they not fill with air after you compress them. I tried my best but there was no way I glued the tires 100% which left enough air back in so I never needed the holes.
Air hole in the rim makes it less likely that you'll wick in water. Air hole in the tire allows more water to get out. Net, if you're unlikely to wet, put hole wherever. If you're more likely to get wet, put hole in tire to get water out. My .02I've seen some guys put small holes in the rim.What is the advantage/disadvantage of doing this?