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Old 09-07-2005, 08:31 PM   #136
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need a carpet version here too
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Old 09-14-2005, 09:43 AM   #137
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On the heels of the first hot release........... since not all tracks are the same there will be a multiple line of sauces to help dial in your ride. Carpet version in development as well.

COMING SOON

SXT 2.0 - Asphalt
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On the heels of the first hot release........... since not all tracks are the same there will be a multiple line of sauces to help dial in your ride. Carpet version in development as well.

COMING SOON

SXT 2.0 - Asphalt

SXT 2.0 - Asphalt ..... Dialed .....



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Old 09-27-2005, 11:43 AM   #139
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Hey Guys......

If you are planning on attending the ROAR Nationals next week TQ Hobbies will have SXT Tire Sauce available on site. They will have both versions available for purchase.

SXT 1.0 which is our standard sauce and dries on its own and such.
SXT 2.0 is new and is similar to Tweak if you like that.

Both have been tested on the Nationals track with excellent results.

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Old 10-10-2005, 12:34 PM   #140
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CONGRATULATIONS! DOUBLE PODIUM AT NATIONALS

I would like to Congratulate Mike Dobbs and Shad Galante for placing their cars on the podium this past weekend using SXT Traction Sauce.

Mike finished 3rd on the Podium for Touring Car Stock using SXT 1.0 as a pretreat and finish sauce.

Shad finished 2nd on the podium for 19T 12th Scale using SXT 2.0 to get max grip for the foam tires.

Thanks Guys! Nice work. 2.0 should be available to dealers next week through CorallyUSA. Website will be updated as well. I spoke with other racers that used SXT 1.0 on foam tires for asphalt as well. I would recommend using SXT 2.0 in conjunction with this for top performance.

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Old 10-12-2005, 11:59 AM   #141
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SXT 2.0 Traction Sauce NOW AVAILABLE

Newly released comes another Tire Sauce from SXT Racing. The 2.0 sauce is similar to the popular "tweak". It works on Rubber Tires for asphalt as well as Foam Tires for pancar asphalt.

PART NO. SXT00020 - RETAIL $7.00

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Old 10-28-2005, 12:11 PM   #142
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SXT 1.0 Traction Sauce

SXT 1.0!! The original sauce that requires no wiping off of the tires. The sauce is virtually odorless and easy to apply with the supplied dauber top. Works great to condition used tires for more consistant runs over and over. Contains 4 oz of sauce.

PART NO. SXT00010 - RETAIL $10.00

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Old 12-04-2005, 09:32 PM   #143
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Just thought to Welcome Modeltech in the UK as a dealer for SXT Traction Sauce. You can check them out online at the link below. Dealer/Distributor inquires can be handles through CorallyUSA.

http://www.modeltech.co.uk/

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Old 01-26-2006, 06:29 PM   #144
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Just wanted to CONGRATULATE Mark Burt on the TQ and WIN at Round 1 of the Florida State Series in the Stock Touring Class. Mark used our ORIGINAL SXT 1.0 sauce, twice baked in to DOMINATE the class throughout the weeknd. Nice job!

DC Motorsports, PDUB Racing and Superior Hobbies are all now stocking SXT 1.0 and SXT 2.0 sauces.

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Jeff-I used the 2.0 during my TQ run in 1/12 scale.
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Jeff-I used the 2.0 during my TQ run in 1/12 scale.
Nice! I meant to talk with you about your 12th scale car.

You need to try prepping the tires with 1.0, soak, then put 2.0 on top and baking. Wipe off with some 1.0 to remove any oils. This would be for Touring Car of course.

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Nice! I meant to talk with you about your 12th scale car.

You need to try prepping the tires with 1.0, soak, then put 2.0 on top and baking. Wipe off with some 1.0 to remove any oils. This would be for Touring Car of course.

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whats the best preparation method for rubber tires on a swept (but unsprayed) parking lot asphalt surface? same as above? or something a little different?

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Just got some here (thanks to EA)
got a big meet 2 dayer indoors using the 1.0 on rubber indoors
i`ll let you know on monday (brace yourself)
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Just thought to Welcome Modeltech in the UK as a dealer for SXT Traction Sauce. You can check them out online at the link below. Dealer/Distributor inquires can be handles through CorallyUSA.

http://www.modeltech.co.uk/

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Thank you for the mention Jeff. Both types are in stock here in the UK.
This is a great tyre treatment, simply because it works really well.
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whats the best preparation method for rubber tires on a swept (but unsprayed) parking lot asphalt surface? same as above? or something a little different?

- Chris
Hey Chris,

Yeah, same prep should work. Baking was only used because it was pretty cold here that weekend. Some people bake no matter what though.

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