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Old 05-18-2010, 06:23 PM   #1
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Just wanting an opinion on which compund to get, m2 m3 i run on an outdoor track kinda hard packed with light water and some loose dusting , just don't know which compound to choose from.
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If the track is abrasive; M2, especially in the full-bore summertime heat (85+ deg. ambient temps).

If you're a conservative driver and the track isn't super abrasive, you can definitely run M3, though they sometimes can go slippery/greasy if the track temp is above 95-100deg.; but if the track has a loose top 'fluff' with a hard base, you can usually get away with them.
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