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Old 06-08-2007, 07:06 PM   #1
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Default Buggy Grip or Dip for Traction Compound

got a couple of races coming up wanna know what is the best in your opinion. What things do these compounds not like(heat or not being baked in).


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Hello There Tyler,

Buggy Grip Is Pretty good but you should try the dip first here is how you should prep your tire:

Use buggy grip to clean you tires and then apply the Dip.If you have tire warmers let it bake in for 20 mins before you race.

Another good tire traction combo is from EA motorsports its called Reino's Ragu/Marinade Combo pack this stuff is Really good.

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