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#1 Old 09-21-2004, 02:44 PM
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deos anyone any websites where you can by liquid vht?

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#2 Old 09-22-2004, 07:30 AM
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Any place that sells either drag racing parts or go-kart parts can get it. We get it from CKIKarts.com, however, I'm not sure what you want to do with it. I seriously hope you aren't planning on putting it on your tires.....
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dammm homie... lol

dammmm homie, deos anybody use this stuff anymore! Wow, here's I was talking about.


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I know what it is. I just wondered what you are going to do with it. You know it will destroy street tires quickly, right?
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I use slicks, and how can you destroy your street tires wiht it ?

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It softens them too much. And, with slicks, you shouldn't need it at all. But, if you think you need it, just make your own. Mix 5 parts Toluene, 5 parts lacquer thinner, and 1 part automatic transmission fluid. We have used that mixture on our kart tires for years, and it works as well as any store-bought traction compound.
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Oh Thats even better thanks~! The VHT is not just for me its for my buddies too. 5 parts means gallons/cups?

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It means whatever you want to use. Just use 5 times as much toluene and lacquer thinner as you do ATF. The toluene and lacquer thinner do the softening. The ATF is there to keep it from evaporating quickly, so it stays on the tires longer.
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i'll be scared to torch it though! I'll ley my buddy do it...... lol

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