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Old 08-02-2009, 01:06 PM   #16
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Old 08-02-2009, 05:56 PM   #17
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byrons fuels is the highest quality , longest lasting and best fuel for engine longevity and performance on the market .

i have never once seen a bad bottle of byrons fuel , but i have seen other brands with bad bottles of fuel

there are alot of small fuel companies trying to enter into the market but my engines and all my recommendations will be with the best product on the market


no i am not "sponsored" by byrons fuels but i do believe in quality products
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byrons fuels is the highest quality , longest lasting and best fuel for engine longevity and performance on the market .

i have never once seen a bad bottle of byrons fuel , but i have seen other brands with bad bottles of fuel

there are alot of small fuel companies trying to enter into the market but my engines and all my recommendations will be with the best product on the market


no i am not "sponsored" by byrons fuels but i do believe in quality products
I love to hear this from Engine Gurus, makes me feel more confident in my decision.

I run Byron's Gen2 ProDriver 25% (9% oil) i LOVE it, burns so clean, makes plenty of power, leaves enough oil in the crankcase to keep everything well lubed, doesn't stain my tank and lines, and doesn't stink as bad as Odonnel when it burns. Actually has a sweeter smelling exhaust and i love that too! lol
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Old 08-02-2009, 07:31 PM   #19
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I love to hear this from Engine Gurus, makes me feel more confident in my decision.

I run Byron's Gen2 ProDriver 25% (9% oil) i LOVE it, burns so clean, makes plenty of power, leaves enough oil in the crankcase to keep everything well lubed, doesn't stain my tank and lines, and doesn't stink as bad as Odonnel when it burns. Actually has a sweeter smelling exhaust and i love that too! lol
would the 20% fuel with 9% lubrication be better than the 12% lubrication? i switched from the O Donnell 20% and it ran great but stunk real bad lol. but the Byrons 20% with 12% lubrication smokes A LOT and even when its running lean it smokes and is hard to tune. (for me it does this) and i was wondering if the 20% with 9% lubrication would be more like the O Donnell?
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