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post #71 of 76 (permalink) Old 02-09-2013, 10:03 AM
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I've been running the Super Hot Sauce for most of the season until this last weekend in Durango. I ordered up some FC, and I have to say it def felt faster. We all noticed it. I must say, I'm impressed.
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post #72 of 76 (permalink) Old 03-12-2013, 09:06 PM
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My board stopped speaking English after i waxed with the Super hot sauce. . .INSANE!!
Absolutely blowing by my friends all over the mountain. . .Amazing shit =]
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Put some of this stuff on my board and my wife's board. The difference was definitely noticeable. Edge to edge was so fast, I thought I was going to slip! Haha. My wife yelled at me because her board was going too fast.
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Has anyone tried their spring wax? It's been really slushy here and this hot sauce is working better than 1BJ pink.

Wondering how their spring mix stacks up against the hot sauce.
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This is my 1st season on the Hot Sauce and it is certainly amazing. It is definitely quick, but works best in those middle of the road conditions (perfect for out west.) During December in Maine, I used it in temps approaching 0 F and above 32 F. It was a bit sticky at the low temps and faired pretty well at higher ones, but I think it loses its longevity in those conditions. I bought some swix yellow for the spring slush, and I think it works better for the 40 F+ days.
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If it less then 22 f use the racing fc739 and if less then 8f add the cold snap hardner
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