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Old 08-28-2005, 07:37 PM   #106
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Well Jared and I are headed out there again tomorrow
Must be nice...........

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Old 08-28-2005, 08:23 PM   #107
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Nah we just call him stinky now.
Boy you better not tell the whole r/c racing world about that or he's gonna kick my ass . So Cartwright still hangs on to Spidey until he changes his paint.
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Old 08-31-2005, 04:33 PM   #108
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Second Product already in the works......... final testing on Monday.

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Old 08-31-2005, 04:54 PM   #109
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Maybe a carpet version?
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Old 08-31-2005, 07:58 PM   #110
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Maybe a carpet version?
I wish....... we need a carpet track in florida

that reminds me though I have some other samples to try....... hum.

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I wish....... we need a carpet track in florida
I know your pain, Jeff .
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Does anyone else think this stuff smeels exactly like Paragon traction action?

Also how does one stop the can from leaking? I have got it in a ziplock bag with a rubber band but i still loose some evrytime i move my pit bag
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Does anyone else think this stuff smeels exactly like Paragon traction action?

Also how does one stop the can from leaking? I have got it in a ziplock bag with a rubber band but i still loose some evrytime i move my pit bag
Odd...... I just make sure I crank down on the lid when I close it and put it away. I haven't lost any in transit I don't believe.

I haven't smelled Traction Action in quite a while. I'm not sure how it compares.

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It is a simular smell, but not the same

The first thing I did was take out the clear anti-drip thingy in the cap
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The first thing I did was take out the clear anti-drip thingy in the cap
I hate those things in there!!

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It is a simular smell, but not the same

The first thing I did was take out the clear anti-drip thingy in the cap
Just took that plastic thing out turned it upside down and voila no drips!!
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Just took that plastic thing out turned it upside down and voila no drips!!
Really? Interesting.............. I'll have to test it and probably start shipping that way.

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Just took that plastic thing out turned it upside down and voila no drips!!
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Tried it yesterday on a sugared prepared outdoor track. Traction was there no problem through the 5min. Unfortunately there is smell (quite bad fo my likes) not similar to Paragon sfx.

Still great product, thank you

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Tried it yesterday on a sugared prepared outdoor track. Traction was there no problem through the 5min. Unfortunately there is smell (quite bad fo my likes) not similar to Paragon sfx.

Still great product, thank you

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Its tough to get rid of a chemical smell using chemicals.

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