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Old 09-21-2010, 01:29 PM   #1
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I am hoping to get some feedback on folks who have run/are running the Werks Racing Fuel. I see that you can pick up a case of it on A Main for $72.99 once it is back in stock.

Curious to know why it is so much cheaper than all the other fuels. I'm sure it's good stuff since it is from Werks, but why the abnormally low price?

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I am hoping to get some feedback on folks who have run/are running the Werks Racing Fuel. I see that you can pick up a case of it on A Main for $72.99 once it is back in stock.

Curious to know why it is so much cheaper than all the other fuels. I'm sure it's good stuff since it is from Werks, but why the abnormally low price?

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The price is lower because Ron is here for us racers! Just like the motor prices are much lower compared to the rest of the field. The B5 & B6 are top notch engines and so is the fuel. The fuel is just like Byron but better (for me at least), I get better temps and longer run times.
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Old 09-21-2010, 04:52 PM   #3
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my personal choice for fuel is werks or byrons, to me werks smells better and seems to be the easiest fuel on glow plugs, but byrons has just a tiny tad bit more power, BUT the big plus for me is that my cars always seem to get better gas milage with werks and would start easier while warm or after sitting for months on end.
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um maybe i will try the werks fuel next year than.
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I am hoping to get some feedback on folks who have run/are running the Werks Racing Fuel. I see that you can pick up a case of it on A Main for $72.99 once it is back in stock.

Curious to know why it is so much cheaper than all the other fuels. I'm sure it's good stuff since it is from Werks, but why the abnormally low price?

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but you know you have to pay for hazmat charges which is rediclus if you ask me. so it will probetly be around $100 or so.
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I run the 30%....I like it....you will too!
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Here you go.
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Works great got 10 gal on my JX ninja with Werks 25% blend.
Without any engine services.
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but you know you have to pay for hazmat charges which is rediclus if you ask me. so it will probetly be around $100 or so.
Not if you buy in quarts.
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Not if you buy in quarts.

oh yea but will they last as long as the gallons ?
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oh yea but will they last as long as the gallons ?
4 quarts equal a gallon.
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4 quarts equal a gallon.
oh yea duh lol so that whould be the exact price it says for it and the hazmat charge is way cheaper im guessing ?
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