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Old 03-01-2011, 01:53 PM   #16
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Judas Priest on a pony, don't use motor oil. That's will get you more time than pre-meditated murder.
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:54 PM   #17
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Right on dude... Good luck on your track...
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Judas Priest on a pony, don't use motor oil. That's will get you more time than pre-meditated murder.
Especially in California
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:20 PM   #19
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I don't know, it's getting pretty anal about everywhere now.
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:38 PM   #20
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Hey, if diesel is good enough for the track at the worlds in Thailand.....
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:42 PM   #21
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i wouldnt use any soda or oil on the track intill you ask the guys who want to race at your track because it will wear your tires out quickly $$$ .


thats why i like tracks that dont use it and just have plain old clay or mix dirt no addtives i know i cant afford that.
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dump sugar in the corners and wet it down to sit......
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Here's another product.

http://durasoil.com/
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screw you guys, i just got done shoveling my mail box out of snow

Its prolly not a good idea to pour oil in the ground even if it was legal
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Using oil in dusty conditions was the old timers way of stopping the dust. It was mainly used on gravel/dirt roads. I was raised on one and would rather have the oil on the ground versus the dust we inhaled for nothing.

Either way, this is one group of goverment that needs slowed down. They have gone as far as mandating mats at local airfields that RC planes must be fueled on. The mats are then placed in a barrel and hauled off monthly at a big expense to the club. I do believe we as a country have alot more to worry about than a little RC Plane fuel being spilled on the ground.
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Using oil in dusty conditions was the old timers way of stopping the dust. It was mainly used on gravel/dirt roads. I was raised on one and would rather have the oil on the ground versus the dust we inhaled for nothing.

Either way, this is one group of goverment that needs slowed down. They have gone as far as mandating mats at local airfields that RC planes must be fueled on. The mats are then placed in a barrel and hauled off monthly at a big expense to the club. I do believe we as a country have alot more to worry about than a little RC Plane fuel being spilled on the ground.





oh, yea tower hobbies sent me a email about the regulation on rc planes even though i dont mess with "rc planes" its still a part of the rc community so i signed a petion to my senatar and sent it to the guys i race with including "hobby stores" i been to .

yea they need to butt out of it theres why more important things to worry about
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Either way, this is one group of goverment that needs slowed down. They have gone as far as mandating mats at local airfields that RC planes must be fueled on. The mats are then placed in a barrel and hauled off monthly at a big expense to the club. I do believe we as a country have alot more to worry about than a little RC Plane fuel being spilled on the ground.
I couldnt believe it when tower hobbies sent that notice to me. It just like when they banned the sale of mini atv and dirtbikes for kids because of the new lead law. Sadly i dont think they will change there new law. the patition to save mini avt and dirtbikes had just above 1.2 million signatures and it still got passed to ban them. I dont think the RC Flight community can come close to those numbers. better get some mats plane guys.
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The problem? It just wont be planes. Just wait and watch.
Anything the Goverment gets involved in gets screwed up. They can't manage there own affairs much less the publics.
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