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On a race night when the temps are in the 50's and you can see some moisture settling on things, at what point do you use Venom green instead of Venom soak? I have only used green inside so far. Thanks
 

XXX#40

Member
On a race night when the temps are in the 50's and you can see some moisture settling on things, at what point do you use Venom green instead of Venom soak? I have only used green inside so far. Thanks
If I knew the track was going to be like that, I would hit a set with 3 or 4 coats early in the week with the soak.
I'd mix soak/ acrysol 50/50 for a pre-race-wipe at the track if the track stayed the same, if it appeared to get worse go straight Soak
 
If I knew the track was going to be like that, I would hit a set with 3 or 4 coats early in the week with the soak.
I'd mix soak/ acrysol 50/50 for a pre-race-wipe at the track if the track stayed the same, if it appeared to get worse go straight Soak
Thanks for the quick response. What conditions would prompt you to use green outside?
 

XXX#40

Member
Thanks for the quick response. What conditions would prompt you to use green outside?
only if it was cold outside, if I knew it was going to be in the 40's or lower temp wise, I would use it first at the track if the conditions are the same as you mentioned, and allow to dry just a little while before top coating with the soak, if the green doesnt seem to dry quick enough cut with acrysol
 

kmoody6

New member
Hopefully there will be a Venom help thread soon. I often looked through the old one.
I believe you are the one who just started a new one.

Here's a link for anyone new to the brand he is discussing.

http://www.venomjuice.net/user-guide

For those that are new, It is very user friendly and about any question can be answered on here if asked.

This brand is completely compatible with any of the ATTL Family of Brands.
 

nckarter1

New member
Personally, if you are using soak at a racetrack there isn't a need to wipe green over top. Out of 4 years with Venom Juice with Eric Rendleman and Randy Ransom as owners, I never once wiped green at the track. Not saying there isn't a time or place for it. With the changes when we went to the 5 series preps it took the green nearly out of the equation trackside and made it more strictly an inside chemical. Again this is with Maxxis, Firestones, Vegas. Havent done much Burris racing but customers I normally helped I tried to keep simple. If its cold outside typically a heavier rolled inside will come in faster. On burris a fresher or thicker cut tire will come in faster. This is what I told people and is on the can. Pink for high bite hard DRY tracks. Black 5 for dryslick or COLD DRY tracks. Blue for hard tracks that get a heavy dew or have a slight moisture in them. Soak for anything extremely slick to the point black or blue won't get into the track or wet tracks. A lot of burris customers used a lot of blue. Being in sc your main chemicals will be pink, black 5, or soak. The blue situation you will experience only a few times a year unless you run a weekly wet track that happens to not be so wet one weekend.
 

KKania17

Member
I have half a quart of blue and a little black/blue mix left. Also a little black 5.0 I got last season just finished the easy money off didn't really care for the newer preps as much but that's just me. Eric's original preps were great
 
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