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Old 01-06-2006, 10:09 AM   #1
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Default Lrp Top Traction VS Jack the gripper

I have tried them both and feel that there is no noticable diffrence, the products seem identicle just in diffrent cans, i am about to buy some new addative which one do you think i should get between the two?

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any one have anything top add to the jack vs lrp?
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I don't know about jack but gm's must be the same and all of them very much like tire tweak

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Have some patience...it had only been just barely over an hour!

I've never seen or used the LRP...so no frame of reference to comment from...many others are in the same situation...

I'd lean towards whichever compound is more popular at your chosen track, as sometimes when you have multiple different forms of compound run they can conflict with each other and not work quite as well...
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I used both, felt no difference.
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is the LRP odorless like Jack ?
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and can you buy the LRP stuff in the states ?
if so can you give me a link
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is the LRP odorless like Jack ?
yes it is.
But don't know where to buy it in the states.
Nosram is the same company like lrp, so if you find the nosram stuff, it is the same like the lrp
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lrp has more oil in it thus provides more grip then jack the gripper.
this was using on rubber tyres.
we were using lrp on back then jack the gripper half on the front when the grip come up.
they are basicly the same and smell the same but the smell is slightly stronger on lrp.
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