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Old 05-29-2008, 12:43 PM   #1
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BLUE THUNDER VS O'DONNELL?
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neither,but o'donnell if those are your choices
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Old 05-29-2008, 02:45 PM   #3
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Old 05-29-2008, 03:16 PM   #4
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how about Tq?
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Try Sidewinder, Byron's, or Trinity 30% fuel. These fuels are pretty good.
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neither,but o'donnell if those are your choices
Agreed. Try the Werks fuel blend if you ever get an opportunity . Probably, the best stuff available.
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Maxy has very good fuel. I have not had a problem in the 4 years running it.

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I have used the HP8 30% since it came out and love it. I have had several local guys to switch to it.

Easy to get around here and I like the 8% oil. It just lets those little .12 snap..

You can't go wrong with either.
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O'DONNELL all the way!!!!!!!!!!
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I think I got confused. Are we discussing nitro % as the title says, or brand(s) of fuel?
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BRAND OF FUEL...... FOR 30%
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BLUE THUNDER VS O'DONNELL?

O'Donnells.....but everyone has diff. opinion........
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i went with odonnel and ran my rrr with it last night, it sure did open it up!

thanks everybody!
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Tq, sidewinder, Byron. they are my only fuel..........
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Byrons for me. Never tried Maxy's, would like to, but nobody around here sells it.
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