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Old 07-25-2008, 07:54 AM   #1
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At the track I saw a spray being used on the pipe to keep the foam tire dust from burning/sticking to the pipe.At the end of the race it wipes off with ease.I was told it is from kyosho and is not available in the states.Does anybody know what this is or using something similar?
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At the track I saw a spray being used on the pipe to keep the foam tire dust from burning/sticking to the pipe.At the end of the race it wipes off with ease.I was told it is from kyosho and is not available in the states.Does anybody know what this is or using something similar?
It's a silicone spray.
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I use carbon off !
some people use Pam or Grill Spray!
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I've been looking for Carbon off localy, but have had no luck. Miracle Carbon remover is also the same product, but havn't had luck with that either. Would like to get the kyosho spray.
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I've been looking for Carbon off localy, but have had no luck. Miracle Carbon remover is also the same product, but havn't had luck with that either. Would like to get the kyosho spray.

Your best bet is to go to a local restaurant supply store that sells to the public. They will have Carbon Off guaranteed!
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GFS (Gordon's Food Service) has it, if there is one close to you. Carbon-off that is.
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Hey guys to my understanding, shamu is asking for the spray that "PREVENTS" tire dust from sticking to the pipe, not a spray that will take off the build up from the pipe.
but if he is asking for the spray that needs to take off the build up from the pipe, then we all know CARBON OFF works the best.
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this is the stuff he is talking about:
http://www.dsaw-hobbies.com/article....=110&pubid=954
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this is the stuff he is talking about:
http://www.dsaw-hobbies.com/article....=110&pubid=954
That is exactly what I am talking about, it's a silicone spray.
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Any Silicone spray should work. I have a can that I bought at an automotive parts store. I spray it onto a paper towel and wipe it onto the pipe. In short stints, the tire dust wipes off easily. Re-apply before going out again. However, in longer mains the pipe tends to stay hot long enough to bake it on. I then bake the pipe in a crock pot full of anti-freeze overnight, remove it, spray it with denatured alcohol and once again it comes clean. Then we start the process all over again. Hope this helps.
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Any Silicone spray should work. I have a can that I bought at an automotive parts store. I spray it onto a paper towel and wipe it onto the pipe. In short stints, the tire dust wipes off easily. Re-apply before going out again. However, in longer mains the pipe tends to stay hot long enough to bake it on. I then bake the pipe in a crock pot full of anti-freeze overnight, remove it, spray it with denatured alcohol and once again it comes clean. Then we start the process all over again. Hope this helps.
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Interesting, I assume you mean automotive antifreeze? What temp?
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Interesting, I assume you mean automotive antifreeze? What temp?
4 hours on high in a CROCK POT (slow cooker)
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Man, now I need to go buy a crock pot.
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this is the stuff he is talking about:
http://www.dsaw-hobbies.com/article....=110&pubid=954
Thanks to all that replied to my post,I appreciate the help
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