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Old 10-16-2009, 04:27 PM   #1
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Ok so i have an RC8T and its been sitting in my garage with some fuel in the tank and no after run oil for about a month or 2 months. Do you think my engine will be damaged? i am running byrons gen 2 pro driver.
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Ok so i have an RC8T and its been sitting in my garage with some fuel in the tank and no after run oil for about a month or 2 months. Do you think my engine will be damaged? i am running byrons gen 2 pro driver.
nah.. just make sure you prime that sucka up good before you start, and after a couple (rich easy) tanks change the plug.
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if it were me I would clean out the interanals on the engine....but it should be okay
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Byrons and Morgan Sidewinder are pretty good at not rusting your bearings.
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be sure to dump the old fuel first!! ya going threew the motor couldnt hurt. I had a motor that sat for 1 1/2 years and it was like jelly inside it. LOL i also was running trinity monster hourse, befor i knew about byorns.
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