To see a wax chart specific to speed overlays, see RS1 wax chart on previous page.
RS1 is the most original, sophisticated and thorough overlay system ever developed and also, by design, a breeze to understand and use. Raceservice·1 has included every variable and challenge, from all over the world’s racing venues.
No more “throwing a blanket” over everything in a 20° temperature range with a single overlay and “calling it good." Instead, you will find that the SPEEDLINE™ provides you with a far more efficient solution to your specific situation.
Rub-on (then cork, polish and brush) racing solids that get applied first, regardless of humidity and moisture content, which will greatly enhance high-performance durability. These are the RS·0, 1, 2 and 3 overlays.
In conditions of higher humidity (>60%), the overlay racing powders (RP·0, 1, 2, 3 and 4(x)) are applied on top of/in addition to/the racing solids (RS). Apply in the traditional (sprinkle/shake, cork, polish and brush). When crystals are cold and aggressive, or even warm, rough and wet, finally you will have a racing powder overlay to specifically handle each scenario without guesswork.
We hope you enjoy all the development and testing that has gone into making this overlay a pleasure to use, and a pleasure to ski and race with. It’s a system that won’t let you down.
SPECIAL FLUORO/ ADDITIVE SOLID OVERLAYS
Designed as a final booster for race time, these solid fluoro/additive-rich blocks are very uniquely formulated so that they may be universally applied – regardless of humidity – to give your competition wax-prep its added zip and durability. They are all rubbed on (then corked, polished and brushed) and painstakingly engineered to excel throughout the same temperature range as the Base, Main and Additive line waxes . . . without compromise. Excellent overlays for low humidity (<40%) conditions.
SPECIAL FLUORO/ADDITIVE POWDER OVERLAYS
To be applied in addition to the RS (solid block) overlays in conditions of higher relative humidity (>60%). Powders RP.3 and 4 extend their range of high performance usefulness into moderate (>40%) and all-humidity circumstances, respectively, as well. Taking a new approach to fluoro and system development, this group of overlay powders makes a unique commitment to thoroughly address all the various demands at the snow’s surface within a specific temperature range, not simply the snow temperature itself. (See special application procedures for RP·4 and instances when the ironing of these powders is your chosen method.) Under nearly all circumstances, it is suggested that these overlays be applied by the shaker, then corked, polished and brushed-out.