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Old 08-03-2008, 07:30 PM   #1
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Has anyone ran rocket science fuel my lhs carrys it. I have been runnig byrons gen2 but they are not carrying it or haveing trouble getting it not sure but i need some fuel any heip would be nice. Thanks.
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Has anyone ran rocket science fuel my lhs carrys it. I have been runnig byrons gen2 but they are not carrying it or haveing trouble getting it not sure but i need some fuel any heip would be nice. Thanks.
very good fuel, we ran it for quite some time, burns clean, very nice engine internals after multipal gallons. very crisp power. we ran 30%
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I ran 30% rocket science for 1+ years, and never had any issues with it. Motor easy to tune with and plenty of oil and decent fuel mileage. I had to switch to TQ and I prefer TQ now myself personally but like I said it is a good choice.
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I switched to Rocket Science last summer and it is my preferred fuel when I can find it. I bought the last gallon of 30% from my lhs and they don't know when the next resupply will be. After the switch, I was able to lean my high speed needle 2 hours and still get a good smoke trail while maintaining the same reference temp. My run times increased nearly a minute per tank as well.
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Good fuel, even though the fuel I got was well over 1 year old ( from a local racer, not a shop)
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Thanks for the info i will give it a try sounds like it will be just as good as the gen2 i was running.
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