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Old 03-22-2009, 07:36 PM   #1
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The slayer I bought says to clean the air filter every hour and empty the fuel tank completely and use after run oil every time I put it away. Is it that important to do that every time? Will it hurt to run it a little rich most of the time?
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alittle rich just not too rich puts stress on the connecting rod never hurts after your finished using the truck its good to empty the fuel put a couple of drops of after run oil in the carb start the motor them take the glow plug out and put a few drops in there to get the moisture out keep the engine healthy
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