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Old 05-13-2007, 05:31 PM
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Old 05-13-2007, 05:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Marcos.J
regular 10w-30 motor oil works very well and .99 cents a quart
Well good...Go bottle some up and sell it then if you "think" it works as good as other stuff. And while your at it start your own thread too!

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Originally Posted by mike ivy
Hey Guy's, I got to try this stuff and its the bomb yo!!! I tried it out on old RP-30's pre mounts they had about 10+ runs on them,when I used EA stuff on the tires felt close to new two thumbs up for me
Thanks for the feedback Mike. Barry Baker called this morning and said that he tested for 2 days with it and said that its by far the best stuff he has found on 2+ run tires and works as good as anything on 1st run. That will really help at handout races when you are limited to the number of tires you can get and will also help at club races so tires can be run longer! He's sold and said to bring lots of it to the Reedy race

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I used it this weekend also with Barry. It worked great!! It seemed the tires ran great the 2nd and even the 3rd run. I will need a few bottles also!!
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports
Well good...Go bottle some up and sell it then if you "think" it works as good as other stuff. And while your at it start your own thread too!

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well thats what tire tweek is
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Originally Posted by Marcos.J
well thats what tire tweek is
So you think. Have you bought any this year? It does not smell the same or have the same consistency. I worked in the Automotive field for 10 years and never came across anything that smelled like tweak...new stuff or old.

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Originally Posted by Daryl Silva
EA,
I used it this weekend also with Barry. It worked great!! It seemed the tires ran great the 2nd and even the 3rd run. I will need a few bottles also!!
Hey Daryl,

I'll be shipping a bunch out there for the Reedy. I'll be in sometime on Wednesday.

Thanks for the feedback
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports
So you think. Have you bought any this year? It does not smell the same or have the same consistency. I worked in the Automotive field for 10 years and never came across anything that smelled like tweak...new stuff or old.

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ive been in automotive for about 11 and out of those i raced morocycles on-road for 7 (5 years pro AMA,2 amature in the CCS) i know what motor oil feels and smells like . But jeez what do i know im not sponsored for racing toy cars
im done i dont feel like going back and forth with the great one
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Old 05-13-2007, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Marcos.J
But jeez what do i know im not sponsored for racing toy cars
Geez....I dont know why...You know everything it seems and everyone else is always wrong

You started it with your normal useless post on MY thread. Glad to hear your leaving it now

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Geez....I dont know why...You know everything it seems and everyone else is always wrong

You started it with your normal useless post on MY thread. Glad to hear your leaving it now

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no problem all mighty one FYI try sending some tire tweek to the lab and see for your self it will only cost you about $49 to analyze it
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I'm placing my order tonight. Is there any special directions for use? i.e. - apply it the night before to soak in, apply it 20 min. before the race, is it benificial to cook it in with tire warmers? Thanks Eric for bring another quality product to us.
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i think we need to take this to the octagon.
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I'm placing my order tonight. Is there any special directions for use? i.e. - apply it the night before to soak in, apply it 20 min. before the race, is it benificial to cook it in with tire warmers? Thanks Eric for bring another quality product to us.
It will make your car work as good as Klings does now.
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i think we need to take this to the octagon.
LOL...we could...You probably got one in that mansion you just built

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Originally Posted by killingtime
I'm placing my order tonight. Is there any special directions for use? i.e. - apply it the night before to soak in, apply it 20 min. before the race, is it benificial to cook it in with tire warmers? Thanks Eric for bring another quality product to us.
Hey Mike,

Spray the Ragu on the tires first and you can either let them air dry (5 minutes) or wipe them off if they have been run or are dirty. Apply the Sauce (marinade) about 20-30 minutes before you are racing and bake it into the tire. Right before you go to tech or 5 minutes before your run take the warmers off and most of the sauce should be baked into the tire. Lightly spray the tire's with the Ragu and then rub in with your fingers and by time you go through tech or to the track they will be slightly tacky and ready to run but they will NOT attract any dirt.

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