Tire rubber all over rear

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  1. Aarcuda

    Aarcuda Gold Member

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    Anyone else with drag radials notice the black tire dust that coats the rear quarter panels, taillights and bumper?

    Even without doing a burnout I see the fine black duct coating my entire rear section of the car
     
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  2. Ray Hunsaker

    Ray Hunsaker Silver Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    yup mine too. I think its still busting loose when spirited driveing:D:D:D
     
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    You don't have to run drag radials for this to happen!
     
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    GreenPirate SRT Hellcat Supporter Gold Supporting Member

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    The burnt rubber comes off easily with a little quick detailing spray.
    Someone on the forum said to use non-stick cooking spray as this spray makes it easy to remove any debris, including tar.

    I tried this too, and what I noticed is that the non-stick spray itself is quite hard to clean off!

    The rubber dust is just an acknowledgment of this bad**s car's capabilities!:D:):D
     
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