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Old 08-03-2006, 11:29 AM   #1
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I was wondering if I could take some of my fuel that I have and blend them together without any problems. I have a qt. of 20% byrons and another qt of 30% O'Donnel. Could I mix them together and get maybe 25%?????
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No! Some oils don't mix well with others. Use one of them for cleaning.
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What if they are from the same company?
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If the fuel is the same brand, its very easy to do. Fuel is labeled for nitro content BY VOLUME, so, you want 25% nitro, mix equal parts of 30 and 20.
I would not mix diff. brands
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