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Old 05-03-2009, 08:46 AM   #16
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Switching to another fuel after break in and a few tanks afterwards, would that increase engine damage or should I stick to the same fuel I used for breakin?

switching fuels will do no damage to your engine. If you change nitro % just adjust your needles to suit. If you keep your % the same, but your oil % is different, again adjust your needles to suit you.

Your engine does not care what you run as long as you keep your needles adjusted well and use the right plug.
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Old 05-03-2009, 10:22 AM   #17
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I use Coldfusion Fuel. I live in Florida and its made in Ocala, Fl.
http://www.coldfusionfuel.com/
I agree with cold fusion, nothing but good things about it lower temps, keeps great tune even during changing weather conditions and the most important thing is it keeps the engine internals clean and no dies that change the internals color.
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I use Coldfusion Fuel. I live in Florida and its made in Ocala, Fl.
http://www.coldfusionfuel.com/
I currently use sidewinder 30% worlds blend, but I am very interested in trying this cold fusion fuel. I have a call in and I am waiting for the information on shipping.
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Hi guys who run Sidewinder fuel. May I know do I need to put after run oil every end of the day of bashing? I run once a week...Thanks.
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gen 2 would be my second choice...

blue thunder is good stuff..more basher related..but safe fuel to use..the extra oil helps save your engines life in the event of a overly lean tune...but also increase the chance of flame outs and the engine loading up at low R's

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