Building on our range of environmentally friendly and non-toxic tire products, we present our Dominator!
Over the past 12 months, we set out to add a tire additive to our lineup that was most importantly not harmful to our bodies, and secondly safe for our environment. Several lab (we work with actual chemists) and on track tests were conducted to arrive at our final formula, one we are extremely happy with.
We are very proud of the fact that Dominator is a food grade product. Yes.. thats right, you can safely drink it! We don't advise getting to any habit of drinking tire additives, but we want you to know just how safe our new Dominator is!
You'd think that this this would come at some sacrifice of speed, right? Wrong... in our testing, Dominate additive was actually even faster than the most commonly used asphalt additives in the world on our Low to Medium Traction test tracks.
Dominator has been tested across several disciplines, tires and tracks to make sure it stands up to all conditions
We are pushing hard to bring safer chemicals to our RC Scene, and our tire cleaner Dominate was the first step. Dominator is the second very important step in bringing a great cleaning and additive combo that's safe for us and for our environment.
Make the healthy choice, get rid of the nasty chemicals and go for Dominator!
We recommend Dominate Asphalt Tire Additive for the following applications:
1/10th Onroad Touring Car - Rubber
1/10th Onroad F1 - Rubber & Foam
1/12th Onroad - Foam
1/10th Offroad Buggy - Rubber
Eco Friendly/Biodegradable - Safe for our environment
Food Grade - completely human friendly, skin contact causes no harm
Brilliant performance over the whole race, from lap 1
Works across several disciplines, tires and tracks
Comes in a Black Sponge Top Applicator Bottle (100mL)
Application Instructions for 1/10th Touring Car
Clean tire thoroughly with Dominate or Dominator (it works great as a cleaner too)
Apply a thin coat of Dominate to the surface of the tire, ensuring you get the whole surface including the sidewalls. Be sure not to soak the tire, you just want a nice thin film
Warm for 15 minutes at 60 degrees.
You can test using tissues, or wiping the tire after the warming process without tissues, and see what works best for you!