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Old 11-04-2011, 09:52 AM   #1
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Default paul lemieux additive comes to the uk

hi guys ,

popped in to let you know that the additive from paul is now avalible in the uk and europe

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Old 11-04-2011, 10:14 AM   #2
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I assume you are talking about LG1 and LG2.

So far the only place I found online that sells Paul's sauces is nexusracing.com

LG1 is similar to Buggy Grip2 and LG2 is similar to Tire Tweak 2000.

Good stuff for asphalt racing.
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Whats the difference if using both types on the same tyres/track etc?

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Old 11-04-2011, 12:43 PM   #4
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Hi
We have the details on our site..

Sorry I can not add them here as iam using my phone to reply
The site is currently working and we are adding items dailys as we take deliverys in

We have some stockiests in the uk

One is

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Whats the difference if using both types on the same tyres/track etc?

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Copied from zepplin's site:

Recommended applications:
- Use LG1 as a traction compound for new tires (apply and let air dry), and as a tire cleaner for old tires.
- Use LG2 as a traction compound for old tires (apply thin and let air dry) after cleaning with LG1.


Further to this, if you apply a thin coat of LG2 and rub it into the tires with a lint free cloth or even just your hands if you don't mind the mess. Allow to sit in the sun for maybe 30 minutes (tire warmers would work well to speed this up) Tires will be super tacky after this process and ready to race.
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Recommended applications:
- Use LG1 as a traction compound for new tires (apply and let air dry), and as a tire cleaner for old tires.
- Use LG2 as a traction compound for old tires (apply thin and let air dry) after cleaning with LG1.


Further to this, if you apply a thin coat of LG2 and rub it into the tires with a lint free cloth or even just your hands if you don't mind the mess. Allow to sit in the sun for maybe 30 minutes (tire warmers would work well to speed this up) Tires will be super tacky after this process and ready to race.
thanks so much hope you dont mind but ive added this info to me page if you do please let me know asap so i can remove it
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thanks so much hope you dont mind but ive added this info to me page if you do please let me know asap so i can remove it
Sure. No problem.

The same processes and usage apply to Tire Tweak instead of LG2 and Buggy Grip instead of LG1.
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Hi Guys.

I beleive Everything to be accurate on application.
Also, anyone who cracks open a bottle of LG1 will be hit with that familiar smell, same smelly ingredient in both. BC it works.
LG2 you could put in to the thick oil based sauce catagory. and Yes i could see the same application recomended for LG2 to also work well with others in that catagory, Mr33, tweak, LRP Top grip, Zenon, etc etc.



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good luck with this paulie..

anyone try it on the dirt???
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