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    Traxxas 100+MPH Tire glue

    Looks like Traxxas has their own CA glue now. 100+MPH..... (not sure if anyone else seen it yet?)

    http://traxxas.com/products/parts/ac...s/6468tireglue

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    I wonder if this is already on the XO-1 wheels?
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    I hope it's not the stuff they use on their tires out of the box because that stuff sucks.


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    Who will be the guinea pig?
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    Me i might get it tomarro off ebay of buy traxxas. Now what car should i use it on
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    If that sells well someone in marketing is getting a bonus. Would be cool to see a bench test of the popular glues and to find out what can handle 100mph.
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    The question is, what tires should you use it on?
    Which car are you willing to use it on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReaperGN View Post
    If that sells well someone in marketing is getting a bonus. Would be cool to see a bench test of the popular glues and to find out what can handle 100mph.
    Sounds like a great idea! I wish I had the time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ReaperGN View Post
    Would be cool to see a bench test of the popular glues and to find out what can handle 100mph.
    Exactly what I was thinking when I seen the 100+mph title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ithrowstones View Post
    The question is, what tires should you use it on?
    Which car are you willing to use it on?
    Welllllll i have an xo-1
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    I would try it on maybe something that does 60-70mph first like a rustler since its cheaper than a e revo/emaxx/xo-1/rally if it doesnt hold its a dangerous mission there. to me looks like aka glue but never know that stuff works good and holds great if done right. ill see and read who trys this stuff first.
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    It is what is used on the XO1 from what I understand.
    Whatever it is I just said... I could be wrong.

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    and i dont see anything on traxxas's home page about it anymore for some reason
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    The best way to test glue is on the bench and it does not have to be a tire. Could be just about any rubber. Just need something to spool up and a way to read the speed. Some safety glasses would also be a good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike-susieq1 View Post
    to me looks like aka glue.
    Same thing I was thinking. I wouldn't be surprised if you peeled off the Traxxas label and find an AKA label underneath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReaperGN View Post
    The best way to test glue is on the bench and it does not have to be a tire. Could be just about any rubber. Just need something to spool up and a way to read the speed. Some safety glasses would also be a good idea.
    good thinking too on trying it on other rubber something like tires. I dont need a glue for 100mph just something that works good and sticks good.
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