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Race Tire Softener Soak Treatment Cts Sniff Proof Increase Traction 1-gal Imca on 2040-parts.com

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Orlando, Florida, United States

Orlando, Florida, United States
Condition:New Part Brand:CTS Brand:CTS Surface Finish:1 GAL CAN Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:ALL78104 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

CTS RACE TIRE SOFTENER ONE GALLON CONTAINER 

Chemically treats and softens race tires to increase traction and lower lap times.  Sniffer-proof treatment makes old tires soft, again.

  • SOFTENS RACE TIRES
  • INCREASE TRACTION
  • LOWER LAP TIMES
  • ASPHALT OR DIRT
  • SNIFFER PROOF 
  • 1 GAL TREATS 4 TIRES
  • GREAT FOR QUALIFYING
  • NEW OR USED RACE TIRES

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