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Old 10-09-2009, 05:32 AM   #1
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Default Mugen Vs Losi shock oil

How do you know what is the same between the two? Is 300 mugen simply 30 Losi oil?
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No , Mugen oil is measured in CTS and Losi is measured in WT . There are a few charts floating around the net that cross different brand and measurement oils .
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is there a conversion chart for diff oils?
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That is a VERY cool link! I have been wondering that for some time. Thank you very much!
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just use the data on twf8 and make your own spreadsheet of various oils if you can be bothered you can paste it into a graph which gives a good insight into how linear oils are
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How do you know what is the same between the two? Is 300 mugen simply 30 Losi oil?

get with the program junior!


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