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Old 03-26-2010, 04:46 PM   #16
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i love byrons and have been using it for some time but started using oddonnel and my motors perform better, tune better and the lubricate they use to me is the best. I don't even have to use after run oil.

Open up the engine and piston and sleeve are shinny and new looking. Awsome power.

Down side? It's more expensive then any other fuel i have used and it stinks to high heaven.

But damn my o.s. motors love it (which to my understanding is owned by the same company).

Oddonnel for me. Hands down.

Byron would be 2
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Old 03-26-2010, 05:25 PM   #19
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I run Odonnell 20% race fuel. Have run it for a long time and it has been nothing but perfect for me. I have gotten 11 gallons on a stock v-spec(rod and bearings changed once) with this fuel. Now if that isn't a miracle what is?

I do have a quart of cold fusion 25% I am going to try out.
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you know there is only one fuel
and that is COLDFUISON FUEL
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fuel I would like but COLDFUISON FUEL
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I've only run Nitrotane on the 1/8ths and I've been happy with it. I want to give Byrons and Cold Fusion a shot.

Back in the day I ran O'donnel and Blue Thunder (Race formula) and was really impressed with the Blue Thunder. Not sure if the quality is still the same but the temps were considerably lower and run times considerably higher than the O'donnel. This was about 7 years ago, I imagine plenty has changed since then.
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EB mods 30%....then sidewinder
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Whats the rules on this post??? Are we talkin fully synthetic or synthetic/caster blend?
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Whats the rules on this post??? Are we talkin fully synthetic or synthetic/caster blend?
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Then I'm goin with Odonnells 30%, fumes do suck but very consistent bottle to bottle.
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I have used Byrons and Blue Thunder. Blue Thunder is the ticket. Ihave been able to lean the motor more and still have great temps. I got 10 gallons on my dynamite engine quit on me. Just my 2 cents

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Then I'm goin with Odonnells 30%, fumes do suck but very consistent bottle to bottle.
Yeah, I'd say! Odonnell fumes are TERRIBLE. But the oil package they use is great(whatever is may be)! My engines are always spotless inside.
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Odonnell 30% for me also,engines stay clean inside and very consistant from bottle to bottle.I've tried byrons,sidewinder,maxys,and trinity and none tune as good or keep engines as clean as odonnell.
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Yeah, I'd say! Odonnell fumes are TERRIBLE. But the oil package they use is great(whatever is may be)! My engines are always spotless inside.
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