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Old 07-23-2010, 09:03 PM   #1
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Default Best fuel for a nova max xxl3

I currently run a ntc3 with the stock .15 and use 20% elimanator fuel... I am putting a nova max xxl3 .12 in it...What is a better fuel and percentage to use... Figure I'm going to a better motor so I must need a better fuel.. Any suggestions????
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Byrons or Maxys 16% is all u need
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Old 07-24-2010, 04:49 AM   #3
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Byrons 16% with 12% oil. Opps forgot, buy alot of diff parts...
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Byrons 16% with 12% oil. Opps forgot, buy alot of diff parts...
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wow thats alot of motor for a ntc3 good luck with keepin it together let us know how it handles it! if u havent allready u will want to get the steel diff gears for it its gonna shread those plastic ones
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wow thats alot of motor for a ntc3 good luck with keepin it together let us know how it handles it! if u havent allready u will want to get the steel diff gears for it its gonna shread those plastic ones
thanks,,, its gonna be a few weeks but i will post the outcome... thanks for the tip on the diffs.... i know the ntc3 has problems but i like being the underdog... i will upgrade cars when i get better..
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