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Old 09-07-2005, 04:11 PM   #16
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With new tires, I don't even see how traction compound can help. Aslong as the center bead is shaved off, they seem really tacky. Is it to just soften up the rubber?

Anyways, I wonder if hot sauce could help CS 22 on cold asphalt? hummm, maybe I'll try it out when December comes.
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I like to using gorilla glue and mustard as traction sauce, makes the track look nice and yellow and very stickey.
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Originally Posted by Nexus
or the much preferred Kikkoman Racing tire sauces.

regular for outdoors lite for carpet rubber and foam classes.

Err, smelly sauces aren't legal in the Uk, but it was made for wintergreen based sauces, maybe not soy sauce
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Originally Posted by Fastfreddy74

i thought cirio only made nitro engines.
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TRF415boy, that sig is sweet. Dude, where's my F'n schnitzel?
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