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Old 03-18-2017, 10:18 PM   #1
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Default Sticky kicks for on road rubber?

Anyone using sticky kicks tire sauce for on road rubber, tried some of they're pink sauce today cause it was all I had, made a big difference.
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Anyone using sticky kicks tire sauce for on road rubber, tried some of they're pink sauce today cause it was all I had, made a big difference.
I've used it with good results in variety of conditions. The blue and red compounds seem to provide a good balance from cool dusty parking lots to hot prepped purpose built tracks. Blue seems to be a bit more stuck while red flows well.

Red is my starting point sauce. From there i go to blue to lock it down or mighty yellow when i need it more aggressive.
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Cool, just got back into onroad after 12 years and I had the pink stuff from offroad and thought what do I have to.lose, (except traction) so yeah saw most people running paragon fx2, but I dare to be different, love to try something new and when it works all the more fun. Remember using buggy grip back in the day, and it worked well also, guess rubber is rubber?
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Anyone using sticky kicks tire sauce for on road rubber, tried some of they're pink sauce today cause it was all I had, made a big difference.
cleaning the tires off with wd40 then a little buggy grip minutes before the run works great.
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