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Old 08-09-2011, 09:45 PM   #1
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hey guys i am getting a jammin crt x1 in a few days. it has a force .28 in it and i was just looking for some tips. what fuel do you think i should use in this thing? im not doing any kind of racing, just bashing in open fields and some backyard track/jumps type stuff. how should i go about my tuning process? im new to nitro fyi
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u got pm.....im not able to post links yet
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if its new, use fuel with high oil content/low nitro content (20% nitro). brand doesnt matter. There is a break-in process in the ofna manual, read and follow instructions.
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