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Old 02-25-2010, 05:13 PM   #1
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What glue works best for 1/8 scale buggy tires? Any good tricks or tips for glueing tires?
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Racers Edge Fusion Glue. #1!
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Old 02-25-2010, 05:21 PM   #3
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Without a doubt my favorite glue is AKA tire glue.
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AKA Glue works great; it is slightly better than the rest. Definitely has a good bond and really bonds both piece instead of just creating a "glue" bond; it melds the rubber/plastic together.

Losi Medium is my next fav. Easy to work with, works well.

Proline (I tried 2-3 bottles) was actually one of the worst for me.
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Old 02-25-2010, 05:45 PM   #6
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aka tire glue man bounds better than, any other glue i used before. and doesnt clog up.
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AKA glue is the best I've ever tried.
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loctite precision max from Lowe's. Works great.
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Loctite super glue "professional" at Lowes, support # fo tee 8
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loctite super glue is the best I've used.The only secret to glueing tires is to make sure they are clean.
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AKA over here.
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AKA they even give you a little straw you you get a perfect bead. Ever since i switched to AKA i have yet to glue my fingers together. + the tires are the best bond i have seen.
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My company (and theirs) has a reputation to uphold.

AKA hands down.
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hey whats up to all don't know if this is the right place for this question but if some one can give me some accurate advice it will be greatly appreciated OK so i got a sirio CL7STI i put it on my break in bench and let it idle for two full tanks of fuel it got up to a temp of 120F now where do i go with it I'm new to doing it like this i know I'm to get the engine up to 175 to 190F but how do i get it there and since its cold cant run outside cause of snow this is the only way i have to break it in so do i start it and open the carb a little like i was driving it and mess with the high in or what do i do.

thank you for the help.............
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hey whats up to all don't know if this is the right place for this question but if some one can give me some accurate advice it will be greatly appreciated OK so i got a sirio CL7STI i put it on my break in bench and let it idle for two full tanks of fuel it got up to a temp of 120F now where do i go with it I'm new to doing it like this i know I'm to get the engine up to 175 to 190F but how do i get it there and since its cold cant run outside cause of snow this is the only way i have to break it in so do i start it and open the carb a little like i was driving it and mess with the high in or what do i do.

thank you for the help.............
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