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Old 11-19-2007, 02:34 PM   #661
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and 16% will also make the engine last longer correct? I run maxys 25% how much of a performance disadvantage would I notice going to 16% im running a o.s. .12 tz eb mods?
Hey Tony,

You wouldn't notice too much difference in performance. The main reason you would want to consider the change is that you will gain more runtime with the 16%.
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Old 11-19-2007, 02:40 PM   #662
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At what engine temperature do you guys think Maxy's fuel achieves maximal burn potential ? I recently got a gallon of 25% nitro and intend to use it on a .12 engine.

There is no ideal temp as there are too many factors involved. We here do not use temp guns for tuning. The main thing is to make sure you always see smoke to know you are not running lean.
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Old 11-20-2007, 05:11 PM   #663
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I was hoping that there would be one. I wanted to establish some sort of a baseline for tuning where regardless of which needle ( high or low ) you tweak, once you hit a certain engine temp then you would know that the engine you're using is completely " burning " the fuel thus leading to maximal engine output. Should I approach tuning an engine this way ?

Follow-up question; how " hot or cool " do you run your engines ?

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Congrats and well deserved Maxy!!!

Hope to see you at the JConcepts Clash
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Congrats and well deserved Maxy!!!

Hope to see you at the JConcepts Clash
hey what`s up PW, how`re you my friend..

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hey what`s up PW, how`re you my friend..

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Hey Gianni...I'm doing great and I hope the same for you. I will have to find another rental ride and come race with you guys agian
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Old 11-22-2007, 05:25 PM   #668
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I was hoping that there would be one. I wanted to establish some sort of a baseline for tuning where regardless of which needle ( high or low ) you tweak, once you hit a certain engine temp then you would know that the engine you're using is completely " burning " the fuel thus leading to maximal engine output. Should I approach tuning an engine this way ?

Follow-up question; how " hot or cool " do you run your engines ?

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Just for you can have an idea. It will be easy between 220 to 280, it will mostly depend on your engine, weather, track. But it will be safe in that range.
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I went away from Maxys and started running another brand fuel ....then went back to Maxys because i know that it was tried and true ..... so now i have 9gallons of hard competive racing on that ninja of mine and shes still being extremely competive ..... Thanx Maxy
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Thank Paul
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It took some time but it's ready...

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Job well done Maxy! Bravo!
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Maxy,
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Maxy - Thanks for the fuel and support this weekend, I really appreciate it.
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Maxy - Thanks for the fuel and support this weekend, I really appreciate it.
Maxy same here my friend, thank you for eveything this weekend. We will see you in a month.


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