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Old 12-01-2007, 08:20 PM   #16
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I might as well throw the method I use in.
http://www.cefx.net/tips/nitro/break-in/index.php

Plus I use old fuel that I have from the previous season. It will have less nitro content but still have the oil.
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Some say don't run aero fuel, but its still formulated for glow nitro engines. Since you have run it rich for break-in, you won't be leaning or race tuning on this fuel/ oil blend formula anyway. I have used it, then transitioned to Maxy's and had no real changes to make other than adjusting the needles as it breaks in more. Plus, try to find low nitro, high oil content car fuel. I have have found 5% nitro heli fuel, but I haven't read the MSDS or blend formula for that fuel.
I tried the Omega 10% and it works fine.
I have a whole gallon of it left.
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