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Old 08-03-2004, 10:32 PM   #1
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Default Simple ? - What tire sauce at TamiyaUSA?

Hey guys - I'll be making the trek out to TCS National Finals in a few weeks. SInce I've never run at Tamiya's track, I thought I'd ask those of you who have...

What's the best tire sauce for rubber tires on TamiyaUSA's track?

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Depends on the tire. What will you be using?
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Going to be Tamiya A and B compounds.

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Ok...you got me...never heard of that tire. Call Fred Medel at Tamiya USA and ask him. He will know for sure.
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I can tell you that you'll want to use the B compound under most conditions. Maybe A if it is into the evening and the track has cooled... but definitely B if you have them.
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You might want to post your question on the TCS thread in the racing forum.
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