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Old 10-08-2010, 08:13 AM   #1
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Anybody knows what synth. oil Byron puts in their fuel?
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Who cares, It's probably the best fuel on the market at the moment, IMO.

Call or email them, I doubt they will tell you though. The oil and additive package is the biggest difference among manufacturers of fuel.

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I've been told Klotz, but not by someone in their organization
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I've been told Klotz, but not by someone in their organization
I don't know if that is what Byrons uses or not but Klotz Techniplate is an excellent synth.
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Check this:

http://www.myrcbox.com/?p=4660

http://www.byronfuels.com/pages/abou...and_nitro.html
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Yes, Klotz has been around since the 70's used it when I moto-x'd. It has a very distinctive aroma at the pipe. Trinity Monster Horsepower had that same head turning effect.
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Great information, thanks.
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Who cares, It's probably the best fuel on the market at the moment, IMO.

Call or email them, I doubt they will tell you though. The oil and additive package is the biggest difference among manufacturers of fuel.
It is good stuff and if I cannot find maxy's fuel, Byron's is my next choice and performs almost exactly the same (no need to radically readjust the needles).
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Hi.

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