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Old 04-16-2009, 04:44 PM   #31
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Every time I smell Simple Green on a E-Revo I start looking at the razor blades.
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So that's why my wife if growing castor plants!
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what are either of you last two guys talking about
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3 pages about nitro fumes burning your nose

and they say I have no life?

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O'Donnell fuel smells like celery to me. Sidewinder smells like nachos.
thats pretty good
I personally think odonnell smells like gunpowder, but I like it
Its very distinct, I can smell od over anything on the track!
As for sidewinder? It just smells like rc fuel.
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what are either of you last two guys talking about
Someday, Grasshopper, you will know.
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Chainsaws and hedge trimmers are just as bad when using them in close quarters .... the 2 stroke oil mixed in with the gasoline is terrible..... Amsoil is much more tolerant ...I think it is the Castor bean oil that is so bad....I think they actually make a deadly poison from the Castor Bean Called ricine????

Castor oil is a diuretic (sp?) Ever notice you have an urgent need to go to the bathroom after racing? In WWI, the engines used that oil... the pilots would have to make a run for the bathroom right after patrol.

And yes, they make a deadly poison from it... I thought it was sarin, but maybe you are right.
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