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Old 07-23-2007, 08:43 PM   #16
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I switched from brand "B" fuel as well......

TQ is very easy to tune....

Plus, no oil dripping everywhere

I am on my 3rd case....
and have ran it in everything from Sportwerks, Sirio EVO's to OS Speeds....

All of them performed great while running it.

Great guys with a great product!
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Old 07-23-2007, 09:47 PM   #17
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but what do yo do when you can afford a case at a time????
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get someone you run with to pitch in for 2 gallons. That way you get 2, they get 2.
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get someone you run with to pitch in for 2 gallons. That way you get 2, they get 2.
that's a good idea ... or you can raffel it off on a track..
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or just have your LHS order some.
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some od reason they can not get it...
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Old 07-24-2007, 06:42 AM   #22
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Ive been running for the team for over a year now, I used to run odonnell also, and i can say that I am very impressed with the fuel. Holds a tune, makes the engines easy to tune, great mileage and clean, crisp power and throttle response. No need to use after run oil, as the fuel already has oil that protects the engine from rusting. For those of you who haven't tryed it, and are thinking about trying another fuel, give TQ FUEL a try, you will be suprised.
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Old 07-24-2007, 06:43 AM   #23
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Question on the TQ fuel for the guys that switched from OD... I have been using OD for the past couple of years now, I have had good luck with it, but I've wanted to try different brands... I picked up a Gallon of W brand, and proceeded to retune my engines to use the W brand... I know my tune is good, but now I have flame out problems... My engines would idle a tank of OD with no flame outs... Have any of you that are using the TQ having issues with flame outs?? I'd like to try the TQ, but just curious before I place an order... Thanks
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Guys if you want to try TQ I believ they are carrying it at WWW.RCPROCENTER.COM they are a online store and sell it by the gallon.
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I haven't any flame outs. If your engine is flaming it may be the glow plug. What engine and plug are you running? If you are running a standard plug engine an odonnell 99 plug is the best way to go. If your running a turbo engine it depends on what engine, and what type of plug, alot of people use the os P3 turbo plug in any engine. It runs about the best. The fuel shouldn't be the reason the engine flames, its the tune, glow plug combination.
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Tony & Binky- Sorry to ehar about the car deal. Are you guys going to be pushing the AE car when it comes out to team drivers?
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or just have your LHS order some.
mine cant get it....im running brand b at this moment and am very happy with it, but im the kind of guy that likes to run different stuff than the rest of the locals, so thats why i would like to try either tq or werks, but at this moment im leaning to the tq...
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in my 8th scales i went from odonnels, with ZERO problems. I know i got a bad gallon on OD, thats why i made the switch, and so far i switched my .12's from trinity to TQ. This stuff is great, and i have converted 2 guys at my track to it aswell.
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Sorry about the delay in getting your fuel out to you. Fuel was delayed in shipping last week (IT guy had family issues) but I take full responsibility. Shoot me a PM with your info so I can personally double check and make sure your fuel is on the way to you.
Are you shp'g at this time ? Do you shp Fed Ex or UPS ?
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