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Old 09-07-2008, 05:40 PM   #1
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what's the bestair filter oil you use ....... i use the usual Traxxas brand some use hpi and i have one friend buy some oil from the honda shop what you guys recommend
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Old 09-07-2008, 05:55 PM   #2
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Pj1 motorcycle air filter oil and the cleaner. it is the bomb....last a long time also.
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Old 09-07-2008, 05:57 PM   #3
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K&N Air filter oil. If you get the 'kit' with the oil and the cleaner, the cleaner is good for the filters, bodies and even the chassis'.
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K&N is made for paper filters, PJ1 is made for foam....
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Lucky 7 Rc AF Oil!

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Old 09-07-2008, 07:37 PM   #6
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I've been having good luck with Rock oil, it's a motocross oil that Tko sells.

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I've been having good luck with Rock oil, it's a motocross oil that Tko sells.

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Roc oil does work well, but I think you'll find Lucky 7 to be the best...
When Lucky 7 was formulated, it was tested against the roc oil..
IMHO! Till I started manufacturing Lucky 7, Roc Oil was the best.
Lucky 7 AF Oil, will stop more debris, while still achieving optimum air flow.. Goes on water thin to help achieve an even application, then when it drys,, it's perfect. Nice and tacky.

Lucky 7 Rc Products are also available at TKO Competition Development.

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I'll have to try it, Im a dealer for Tko. I've been using the engine sealant.

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I'll have to try it, Im a dealer for Tko. I've been using the engine sealant.

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I think you'll be very pleased! Glad to hear you use the engine sealant.. TKO is stocking all the Lucky 7 Rc products. You may also want to try the Tire Glue..Very Good Stuff!

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K&N is made for paper filters, PJ1 is made for foam....

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K&N Air filter oil. If you get the 'kit' with the oil and the cleaner, the cleaner is good for the filters, bodies and even the chassis'.
I bought one of those kits, the cleaner is fantastic, hard on the hands so wear gloves, but the oil dosent seem to go very tacky so i always over oil the filter a little bit.
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I think you'll be very pleased! Glad to hear you use the engine sealant.. TKO is stocking all the Lucky 7 Rc products. You may also want to try the Tire Glue..Very Good Stuff!

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Just wondering how your manfacturing these products without just using someone elses with your name on the bottle. Im willing to try anything that is a better product for the value. Just wondering how your product is better than all the other big name companies that are out there. By no means am i bashing your product, just want some info on why you think yours is better. I dont use sealant on my engines and i use Twin Air Bio oil and cleaner for my filters. Thanks
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Just wondering how your manfacturing these products without just using someone elses with your name on the bottle. Im willing to try anything that is a better product for the value. Just wondering how your product is better than all the other big name companies that are out there. By no means am i bashing your product, just want some info on why you think yours is better. I dont use sealant on my engines and i use Twin Air Bio oil and cleaner for my filters. Thanks
Because most if not all rc manufactures, don't care that much about the quality of there glue... They look at it, as just another product to market, and buy it as cheap as they can in China.. Glue coming in overseas, comes by boat in hott ass shipping containers, then sits in those hot ass container for months in USA Customs. In this time even if the glue was any good to begin with, it's now shit. Fresh is Key! Lucky 7 Rc Is about providing the Highest Quality Products, whatever it may be.
If I can't put out the best, why put it out at all!

As far as my Air Filter Oil... I know It's the best! There is no competition in this industry, that went through the R&D...Lucky 7 Air Filter Oil was researched & designed by Ed Bridges in the lab of EB Mods.

Lucky 7 Air Filter Oil was formulated to protect engines against the worst dusty conditions, while still achieving optimum air flow. Proven on the track and in the lab!
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I'd recommend lucky 7 AF oil. Best stuff I've ever ran. I never gotta worry about my expensive motor because I dropped $10 for good AF oil.
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I use ultimate racing AF oil i comes 2 part, outside and inside, different viscosity.. best I have come across so far.

http://www.ultimateracing.es/

under products then engine accessories first page and the second page or 3rd page...
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