Hi All, see photo here.
I bought an UL from a great guy. He converted gear to Pro-Links from Todd, but I ''think'' that he kept the original COMP-ARF wheels and brakes (they look similar to the COMP-ARF Tutor's baking system that I used to own).
Well, these brakes work great. TOO well in fact, the wheels lock up and flat spot. I usually put a drop or two of Parker Super O-Lube on my BVM wheels and brakes and it helps the brakes not lock up. However I have read somewhere that COMP-ARF specifically says DO NOT use any lubrication. In fact, when I used just a couple of drops on my Tutor wheels and brakes, it practically ruined them as braking power went down to near nothing and no matter how many times I wiped the brakes and inside rim, they were never that strong again.
So here are the questions:
1. ARE THESE the COMP-ARF wheels and brakes?
2. Without saying ''switch out your wheel and brake system'' or ''use an air-line restrictor'', can you please advise as to WHAT KIND of lubricant I should use to get a little less braking and locking up?
I just want a simple suggestion as to what people use that helps the wheels turn a bit more while braking without ruining my braking system totally with the wrong lube and without having to switch out my current setup.
Thanks in advance!