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Old 08-10-2008, 08:58 PM   #16
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Ran through two bottles before the one I have now... you guessed it, Dynamite. awesome! going on its third race season.
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Old 08-10-2008, 09:04 PM   #17
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i run a ofna fuel bottle and have had no leaks in 2 years,

iam gona try the proline fuel gun next, the losi had a small leak that was made worse when someone tryed to fix it, and they are very nice to have, a 1 sec fill up vs. a 4 or 5, and u fill the gun allmost all the way and when you put it in the tank and fill once the fuel hit the vent tubes in the tip it stops filling and your done with no over flow,
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I have used the Dynamite Fast fueler for almost 2 years with zero leaks. It is a little bit softer than the turbo fueler. I fuel for my buddy with a dynamite turbo fueler and it works great. One that I didn't like was the Venom fuel bottle, it leaked on the threads.
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Old 08-10-2008, 11:42 PM   #19
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Heres an idea put a little plumbing tape around the lid, that should stop the leaks.
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I guess I just lucked out. I bought the Dynamite as it was the cheapest 500cc bottle on the LHS shelf. Got a second one in a used Craigslist Revo package deal two days later! They've served me well over the last year plus. My only complaint (and it's minor) is that the lable starts to peel, exposing nasty/sticky glue that grabs hands, and attracts dust.

I would have prefered a silkscreened logo (or better yet, none at all). at least one fuel company (I can't remember which, but I did read it on their website last year) won't pay out a contingency reward if you have another manufacturer's lable on your bottle/gun. Doesn't matter to me realy as I'm too slow...

Dangit, when did all my favorite cars, trucks, airplanes, and engines become "vintage"???
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Old 08-11-2008, 03:17 PM   #21
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FYI the Losi bottle and the Dynamite Turbo Fueler are the same bottle.

The Proline bottle looks pretty good too, but its more $$$ of course.
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