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Old 08-18-2007, 06:33 PM   #1
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I searched this forum for blue thunder fuel and didnt come up with anything. Any info?
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Old 08-18-2007, 06:37 PM   #2
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my friend use to run it and it over heats ur engine badd
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My friends and i used to run it...it overheats the engine, it also caused the engine parts to turn blue and after awhile it started to rust...
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same thing that happen to hes too just to tired to type all of that
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Blue Thunder HP8 race formula is a GREAT fuel. My son has been running it for 2 years and used it to qualify for the 8th Buggy Worlds. It is like any other race fuel, if you tune your motor properly it will work great. Say what you want but the stuff works. I know guys that have switched from Byrons, Werks, Sidewinder, Fantom, and Odonnell and had to retune very little.
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When I ran Blue Thunder 30% in my 8ight, I noticed after switching from it to Trinity fuel my runtime improved, I guess because BT has more oil content than Trinity's fuel. I agree with the overheating...
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i know this is kinda off topic but when i tune my rc only when i go really fast of in the grass is when i can see the smoke whats wrong PLZ help?
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Blue Thunder HP8 race formula is a GREAT fuel. My son has been running it for 2 years and used it to qualify for the 8th Buggy Worlds. It is like any other race fuel, if you tune your motor properly it will work great. Say what you want but the stuff works. I know guys that have switched from Byrons, Werks, Sidewinder, Fantom, and Odonnell and had to retune very little.
BT HP8 is White Lighting with a blue dye
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