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Old 10-05-2003, 06:29 PM
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i herd from some people that losi and associated shock oil weights were diffrent is this true


so 40w losi shock oil would be ___w associated shock oil

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All shock oils are different. I find trinity shock oil to be a bit thinner than AE. I dont knwo anything abotu losi though.

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i've found Losi to be a little be a little thicker than AE, haven't tried trinity though.
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Old 10-05-2003, 07:31 PM
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i herd from some people that losi and associated shock oil weights were diffrent is this true


so 40w losi shock oil would be ___w associated shock oil

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40 losi should be between 35 and 37.5 ae wt(although you might have to mix to get 37.5)


but it usually is about 5wt more than ae wt oil
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thanx a bunch!

why cant they just make it all the same
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Serpent's silicone oil is the thickest.

Why can't they make it all the same? Why not...R/C wouldn't be fun that way

I heard Losi's silicone oil isn't 100% silicone, anyone know the story behind that?
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it isn't, well, it better not be some cheap stuff to save money somehow, i think oil is expensive to start with.
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i agree 3 dollers for a bottle is rediculous

hey are you suppose to re-use shock oil???
never really thought of that until now
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I try to stay with all the same brand... I've always used AE and looking to keep it that way for consistency...
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Originally posted by vtl1180ny
I try to stay with all the same brand... I've always used AE and looking to keep it that way for consistency...
Me too.
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You think Losi and Associated shock oil is expensive! Try XRAY Shock oil $6.95 a bottle, half the size of Losi or Associated.

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I have 8 bottles of different weight AE oil. 4 of them have swallowed the "squirt insert". Do the flip top losi bottles have any problems with leaking? I about to go online and just buy new bottles to put my AE opil in. I like the oil but am tired of pouring it out into my shocks. It gets everywhere!!
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I need to find bottles that use these caps. Me likey
http://www.freundcontainer.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_6013
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Originally Posted by andrewdoherty
I need to find bottles that use these caps. Me likey
http://www.freundcontainer.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_6013

GS uses these in their bottles. Nice, but be careful if you ever use thick oils, 3k, 5k and so on, and you push hard......... Splater bonus!

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That's the one.

http://www.horizonhobby.com/Products...odID=GSC700105
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