I have to disagree wit you on some points....Never use TL on sway bar set screws. It isn't needed. Instead put TL on the sway bar itself and it be locked on even if the set screw falls off.
Same goes for pinion gears on e buggies. Put a little TL inside the gear when you slide it on. The TL will lock the pinion on.
If you really want something to stick, use red Surelock.
Much like CAing tires, less is better. Wipe off excess, too much TL makes a weaker hold. Just a little works the strongest.
Pematex blu tastes the best, nice and sugary.
.........maybe you misunderstand what I'm saying.I have to disagree wit you on some points....
NEVER use red.... unless you want to use a torch to get it loose again.
Not a good practice to put it on your motor shaft. If you need to change pinions, you will have to pry it off. You would need to scrape or sand your motor shaft to get the next pinion on.
A small drop you your pinion screw and make sure it is flat on the flat of the shaft you should be good.
Putting it on the sway bar limits the true action of the sway bar. It need to pivot in it's mount to tranfer weight from side to side.
NEVER ingest chemicals like this.......