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Old 04-17-2010, 05:56 PM   #1
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Anyone familiar with a clear coat paint protectant name 200 mph?
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Here is some INFORMATION

Looks like another wax and care system. It last 4 to 6 months like most of the normal waxes.

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I don't think my MH will do 200mph!
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Limiting factor would be the tires and any turns. You would also need a good down grade!
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I don't think my MH will do 200mph!
Maybe you should try this stuff.
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Limiting factor would be the tires and any turns. You would also need a good down grade!
Since the Nascar teams have abandoned the wing and gone with the spoiler I could pick one up pretty cheap. Maybe if I added one it would give us more down-force.
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Since the Nascar teams have abandoned the wing and gone with the spoiler I could pick one up pretty cheap. Maybe if I added one it would give us more down-force.
Yea, we already have the built in roof flaps!
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