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Old 11-10-2009, 04:40 AM   #16
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Why would anyone with any sort of knowledge of the hobby and such deep pockets settle for a very poor backyard company to fuel their $1800 worth of engines? I think this falls under the catergory of common sense? I mean fill me in this is a rather interesting subject. I've owned a couple of expensive race engines and I for sure wouldn't settle for below average fuel and I'm not saying it is. For the most part I usually settle for O'Donnell or Trinity atleast they've been around for a good amount of time. I mean when I read this it's almost like someone buying a Ferrari, but going to some watered down off brand fuel station on the side of the road and then complaining that it blew their engine.

I would think ones logic after the first destruction of a engine would have figured out something wasn't right with the fuel and would have not attempted to try another engine...?

Not eveyone knew at 1st is was the fuel causing problems... in all honesty would you suspect the fuel 1st?

It since was proven by a few people and they like myself and many others at australias premier of road track LRRCC will no longer use it

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dont know you, you dont know me, but if i were you, id leave it alone, its all there for people to see. Seems to me your playing this one REAL close to the chest.
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We dont need 2 threads regarding the same topic.
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