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Old 10-29-2012, 02:13 AM
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Just after some clarification please as to which is used for what and what most people find gives the best results

Green Dot #5002
Blue Dot #5003
Buggy Grip #2003
Death Grip #4062

tire tweek i already use

will be for onroad rubber and offroad clay

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Old 10-30-2012, 10:47 PM
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Originally Posted by I)arkness View Post
Hey Everyone

Just after some clarification please as to which is used for what and what most people find gives the best results

Green Dot #5002 mild used for TC
Blue Dot #5003 more aggressive more for off road
Buggy Grip #2003 little more aggressive (will millk some plastics)
Death Grip #4062 real aggressive mostly off road

tire tweek i already use rubber rejuvinator use for either

will be for onroad rubber (also consider sticky fingers and red dot)
and offroad clay (cant say never ran it)
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By 'onroad' do you mean asphalt?
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By 'onroad' do you mean asphalt?

yes you are correct
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What other cars run on that track, nitro etc and is it parking lot or permanent?
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all permanent tracks, and only electric
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CS Max Grip seems to work on almost all asphalt tracks I've been to.
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