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Old 04-27-2007, 04:27 PM   #1
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I saw this on club GP and wondered what you guys think.

http://www.rbssuperchargers.com/Stor...92&InfoID=3921

http://www.dmpeinc.com/cgi-bin/store...rds&nh=11&mh=1

I am thinking about buying a can since I had some Rotor coating missing on the tips on the rotors.
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it says it is recommended to be applied once a day!! I would think it would be sticky, causing it to turn harder.
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Yeah th second one doesn't sound appealing. I hope the first one isn't the same
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Guys, that stuff is for the big boys. Top fuel and funny cars have a dovetail cut in the each edge of the rotors, and replacable teflon inserts or 'wipers'.

This lubricant is for THAT application, and would have no benefit whatsoever in our application. It MIGHT even have negative effects by the time it gets to your spark plugs, O2, and catalytic converter.
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Thanks will. I had thought you would have known about it. Back to the drawing board.
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