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Old 10-06-2016, 07:10 AM
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Originally Posted by DustinEich View Post
It's also ok to not sauce when the track is abrasive...
I Agree, but with the fronts we used being harder then the rear I wouldve liked something to give it more of a even feel
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Old 12-29-2016, 05:52 PM
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4wd SCT indoor. Last year i ran bald Panther Rattler Clay compound tires. With Blue or Pink. And the truck was planted. This year the track is different. Doesn't hold moisture as well. Gets tiny dust marbles. No tires really feel great anymore. I have a set of super softs that were horrible last year. I was going to try them this year. Any recomendations for sauce on Panther super softs.
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Old 12-30-2016, 09:34 PM
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Originally Posted by fordohio View Post
4wd SCT indoor. Last year i ran bald Panther Rattler Clay compound tires. With Blue or Pink. And the truck was planted. This year the track is different. Doesn't hold moisture as well. Gets tiny dust marbles. No tires really feel great anymore. I have a set of super softs that were horrible last year. I was going to try them this year. Any recomendations for sauce on Panther super softs.
For super soft compound you can typically get away with our blue... you don't need the more aggressive Yellow and Pink typically on that soft of a compound Tire.
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Just used blue over the weekend on clay. Wonderful product. Best smell yet and great traction. I'm hooked!
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Raydog which one of those two sauces you send me at Bumps is the strongest of the two? Thanks. Going to get that stuff out to my guys this weekend.
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I tried yellow on m4 primes on a damp clay high bite track. Seemed like a little too much side bite at first until i got used to it. What's the next less aggressive formula?
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Has anybody tried it on astro/carpet 2wd and 4wd 1/10th ?
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Is there anywhere we can review the ingredients in these products?
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Is there anywhere we can review the ingredients in these products?
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Originally Posted by TimmE View Post
I tried yellow on m4 primes on a damp clay high bite track. Seemed like a little too much side bite at first until i got used to it. What's the next less aggressive formula?
For me the best on Primes is the green. The yellow is too aggressive for super soft slicks. For me it always makes the car too edgy.
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Tried the new orange SK tire traction this weekend for the first time on my new MC Primes on a very high bite indoor clay track. Worked great in practice and first round and has more traction that the SK yellow did. For the main I went with SK white to see if I could calm the car any with just compound alone and Wow for once something worked the way I wanted it to. It actually gave me a sight on power push which was great. Never thought I would be going back that far in the SK line of compounds but I did and it worked great. As all the SK compounds I found them to be easy on my tires compared to the other brands I have used. Thanks Raydog as the new Orange is a nice combination with other stuff you make.
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Thanks Boss! Missed this response to the thread
This is the reason for multiple compounds, to accommodate each and every condition out there
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