last i checked back when all the harmful chemicals were around thats when people were racing, but really its just to many cry babies. its much cheaper to be competitive now and the crying continues. what makes it so bad is most of the cry babies probably hardly go to big races if ever and their the ones that want to change everything, how about keeping your posts to yourself and talk to your local track.
Anyway to get back on topic. The guy from Epic said it is the same as Jack. My can of Jack and Sticker fingers smell the same. I did however experience the same thing rosko did. The car was more free with SF. In my case I didn't need or want that. In some cases I could see that being good. But if they are identical this shouldn't have been the case. Unless the applicator makes a difference.
If both "odorless" compounds smell the same. It's going to be hard to enforce a compound monopoly at any race. If Jack is superior then you can bet racers will use Jack! Even if they have to put it in a Sticky Fingers bottle.
I will tell you all once again Sticky Fingers and Jack are exactly the same chemical make-up. Its just cheaper and a different package.
I say the different results are from volume of application....the dobber type bottle should have less output than the brush or the swab in the jack cans....I will give it a try if it is deamed legal......at least this summer is PARAGON...outside at least
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