Tensor Tire just unveiled its brand new Desert Series Race (DSR) 33-inch race tire, and it’s one of the lightest out there! At just 39.2 pounds, this new American-made, high-performance race tire is lighter than most 32-inch tires out there. Keeping weight down reduces drivetrain strain on axles and belts, but more importantly, it also helps unleash all the horsepower your UTV has to offer.
Straight from Tensor, here are the DSR33’s key advantages:
- Patented American Made Race Tire developed specifically for competition
- Proprietary nylon bias ply with fiberglass belted construction saves weight over steel
- Decreased weight unleashes all of the available horsepower from your machine
- 1600 lbs. load rating will support fully loaded machines
With an evolved closed tread pattern, ribbed sidewalls, and proprietary construction, the Tensor DSR33 sets itself apart from anything else on the market. And if you can’t wait to get your hands on a set, don’t miss Tensor’s giveaway—enter to win your own set of five DSR33 tires right here!
First race—First win.
What started out as a test of tread life longevity turned into the DSR33’s first race win. PJ Jones and his Whipple-powered Can-Am left the start line of this year’s NORRA Mexican 1000 in Ensenada on the new DSR33. 1,262 miles later, he crossed the finish line in Cabo as the overall UTV winner—running the same set of tires throughout the grueling event without an issue.