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Track Tac Sqs Go Kart Racing Tire Prep on

US $24.00

Greenville, South Carolina, United States

Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:Aftermarket Products Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Warranty:No

Always clean tires using Track Tac Blue Tire Wash with DRT
Track Tac SQS is recommended as a Pre Race Wipe for cold tracks.  For use below 50°F.

SQS will not drop the hardness of the tire when checked at temperatures below 50°F.
Average drop - 2 points.
Great on cold tracks that are hard and difficult to get bite because of the temperature.


  • SQS is primarily used at the track between trips to the grid.  A single thin coat is what is usually needed.  It is important that SQS be allowed to dry full for the most benefit.
  • In some cases it may be desirable to use as a base coat applied early in the week.  For a Saturday night race (designed for dirt tracks but can be used on asphalt) apply it on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday night before the race using a spray bottle, paint roller, sponge, or some other method.  Completely cover the tread of each tire with 1 or 2 coats of SQS.  Do not over prep the tires.  Use sparingly.  Be sure the SQS is properly cured if used as a base.
  • Wrapping the tires is not recommended.
  • It is not recommended that SQS be used to soften tires unless it is cold and the SQS has sufficient time to cure.  If it is used to soften it is possible it will blister tires if it is warm unless it is properly cured.  SQS is designed not to soften the tire, but give fantastic "bite" on cold tracks.
  • SQS will last long enough for the tire to come in quickly on a cold track.  It will incrase the life of the tire if applied correctly.
  • SQS works on natural or synthetic rubber.
  • If racing on cold dirt tracks, wipe down the tires with SQS between heats, if possible.
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