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Old 05-29-2016, 01:28 AM   #1
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Default Has anyone mixed traction compounds?

I had some Paragon left that isn't allowed anymore at a carpet track by me so I mixed it with blue Sticky Kicks for off-road. There's also some SXT 3.0 in the mix. I haven't it tried yet. I haven't been to the off-road track in a while. Has anybody else mixed traction compounds before and had good luck?
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I have mixed a couple of my tire compound with no bad side effects...
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I had some Paragon left that isn't allowed anymore at a carpet track by me so I mixed it with blue Sticky Kicks for off-road. There's also some SXT 3.0 in the mix. I haven't it tried yet. I haven't been to the off-road track in a while. Has anybody else mixed traction compounds before and had good luck?
I found great result with mixing traction compound. So far I have not found traction compounds that react with each other badly and most of them seem to contribute a part of it characteristics to the mix.
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