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Old 08-19-2009, 04:03 AM   #1
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Cool Marc Rheinard Outdoor Tyre Additive

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anyone use this? for what track surface?
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Old 08-19-2009, 04:34 AM   #2
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yeah i use it

not much good on a dirty asphalt track , seams to attract the dust and dirt on the tyre
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Hey,

Yeah, i have used it a few times. I have found the Additive to work Really well, but Tyre Warmers set to at least 60 Degrees C, are a must. The additive keeps very consistent throughout the run, and preserves the tyres...unlike Paragon FX II. It is sorta similar to Tweak, but i think it's better

This is on a Very Clean, High Traction, Smooth Track though.

I have used it in hot and cold track temperatures, with only good results. So i would say....the best additive on the market at the moment.

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i'd buy it just for that slick bottle
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where can you buy it?
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Old 08-21-2009, 12:10 PM   #7
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Hey,

Yeah, i have used it a few times. I have found the Additive to work Really well, but Tyre Warmers set to at least 60 Degrees C, are a must. The additive keeps very consistent throughout the run, and preserves the tyres...unlike Paragon FX II. It is sorta similar to Tweak, but i think it's better

This is on a Very Clean, High Traction, Smooth Track though.

I have used it in hot and cold track temperatures, with only good results. So i would say....the best additive on the market at the moment.

Ryan.
thanks for your advices.
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