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Old 07-05-2006, 10:02 AM   #1
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Default Morgan Sidewinder fuel???

Has anyone tried this fuel? What results and with what percentage?

I use Byron 25% at present and I am pleased with it. Don't know if it's worth changing but my LHS is now bringing morgan.

Thanks for any input.

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if you need to change because your LHS stopped carrying byrons then you have no other choice, but Byrons is one of the best fuels out there
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if you need to change because your LHS stopped carrying byrons then you have no other choice, but Byrons is one of the best fuels out there
Thanks for the input!

Oh yes, I know Byron is very good and if it comes down to it and I have to import it myself, I will do so. But, I would love to get some sort of feedback on the sidewinder fuel.
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Use Maxy's fuel, haven't let you down yet
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Ok, thanks.

I suppose no one has any comments on the Sidewinder.

Hmm, that should tell me something????
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I run Sidewinder Worlds 30% in all my race vehicles. My team members run 20% in gas trucks(to keep power down) I have had great luck with morgan fuels. Besides performance, you dont need to run after-run oil.
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Sidewinder (morgan)
WildCat (wildcat)
Hpi Power Fuel (wildcat)
Trinity Fuel (wildcat)
Byron Fuels (byron fuel)

All good stuff. These companies all use high quality products , without unwanted byproducts. All offer diferent blends and all are worth trying in my eyes. Along with a few others , just havent gotten to test out those yet.
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Thanks for all the feedback and PM's.

My last question on this is, for 1/10 touring, would you choose the World's Blend or Pro Blend?

It seems that most prefer the world's blend?

Your comments please.....
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The worlds comes in 25% and 30%. It is probably the better blend to go with, since its their newer multiviscocity fuel. Ive been meaning to try some , perhaps at the next race I will.
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The worlds comes in 25% and 30%. It is probably the better blend to go with, since its their newer multiviscocity fuel. Ive been meaning to try some , perhaps at the next race I will.
Thanks man!

I will give the 25% worlds a try.
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