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Old 09-07-2005, 10:39 AM   #1
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Talking Sauce Wars!

Best brushes? Feh.
Best battery matcher? Child's play.
Best chassis? Who cares anymore.

Lately, it's all about the sauce! Make your choice!

A. SXT
B. Hybrid Dip
C. Black Magic
D. Tire Tweak
E. 30 wt. Camel Urine
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Old 09-07-2005, 10:41 AM   #2
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Sauce Wars.....sounds like a chili cook-off!

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You forgot the best of the best- Paragon "Ground Effects"
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or the much preferred Kikkoman Racing tire sauces.

regular for outdoors lite for carpet rubber and foam classes.

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WOW...the traction compound war has begun. Where's Tyree when you need him...hahahaha
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The soy sauce has to have msg though. Might need a Recommended Daily Allowance label on it here in the US.
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Personally I've found that nonbromated wombat bile mixed with weasel secretion works best. I usually follow this up with a shot glass of Tire Tweak and Bacardi 151
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I'm using Plutonium atoms for my tires. If you want a sample, I'll be the one at the Nats in the Nuclear Protection suit. Come over and give it a try. If that doesn't work, then I'll just use some SXT.
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i have been using duk sauce that comes in tire size packets...comes with my general tso's....
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I generally dip my tires in frothy, frapped kitten brains, which is mixed with lung scrapings from Keith Richards.
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i have been using duk sauce that comes in tire size packets...comes with my general tso's....
I tried that, just made my car skatey.


Try a thick coating of rubber cement, or Vicks Vapo-rub.
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bbq sauce works best for me kraft smoked flavor is the best
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I prefer the hot stuff... "Blair's Extreme Megadeath", and "One F**kin Drop At A Time" hot sauces.. the second one conveniently comes with a glass eyedropper in the lid!! melts that rubber to submission, makes it nice and sticky.. wear protection, and just don't touch your eyes or scratch yourself afterwards, or else this will be you:
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I was just thinking to myself that things were getting into "this one" and "that one". It would be interesting to see if you swapt labels on the same type of can if people could even tell you which they were using (smell aside). Would be like a blind taste test, most people probably wouldn't even know.
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