DHRII EXO/TR/3C Maxx Terra 29x2.3 vs Aggressor EXO/TR 29x2.3??- Mtbr.com
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    DHRII EXO/TR/3C Maxx Terra 29x2.3 vs Aggressor EXO/TR 29x2.3??

    What say you??

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    Coming off 2 yrs on a 27.5 x 2.4wt dhr2 exo maxterra to a 29x2.3 exo eco aggressor. Of course aggressor rolls faster, breaks loose easier, slides easier and dhr2 brakes better, better hookup.

    Loose over hard mostly riding right now, summer conditions.

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    I've been riding the Aggressor a good amount. Though I like Maxxis' marketing story that the Aggressor rolls faster than the DH-R with somewhat equivalent cornering traction, my experience is that the Aggressor doesn't roll noticeably better than the DH-R and definitely doesn't brake as well. With shorter knobs, I expected the Aggressor to roll quite a bit better than the DH-R, but my legs tell me otherwise.

    I find that the DH-R rolls surprisingly well given what it's tread looks like. Maybe it's the ramped center knobs of the DH-R.
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