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Bottom coating

Just found this stuff. Sounds awesome. Might just have to try it.

https://bottomcoatings.com/
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Just found this stuff. Sounds awesome. Might just have to try it.
https://bottomcoatings.com/
Morning Rods.

I've thought about bottom coatings before. My only concern would be cornering? Would it tend slide out, or skip more. I've read were on the race circuit they sand the bottom with 40/60 grit sand paper to help cornering and tracking.

I think it would make for fun on the vxr pro's though. They already flat spin pretty good. Bet it would be easier with this stuff.
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Anyone try the "clear bra" they use for the front of cars to prevent paint chips?
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Morning Rods.

I've thought about bottom coatings before. My only concern would be cornering? Would it tend slide out, or skip more. I've read were on the race circuit they sand the bottom with 40/60 grit sand paper to help cornering and tracking.

I think it would make for fun on the vxr pro's though. They already flat spin pretty good. Bet it would be easier with this stuff.
I can't see where it would be to much more than fresh paint or freshly waxed.
I've read that also, especially to help tracking.
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I'll have to do some more reading on it. I wonder if you can get it in colors.
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