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Old 11-28-2007, 01:12 PM   #106
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TQ fuel, I believe....

toch?, of heb ik het fout...
staat me zoiets van bij....
M7H, nee, jij hebt het fout. TQ wordt gemaakt door hun eigen bedrijf. Lol, het is all een lange tijd dat ik niet in Nederland hebt gewoond so mijn schrijven is heel wat achteruit gegaan!

Roelof, if you are having issues with foaming one fo the easist to access anti-foaming agents is simply silicoln. Simplest way to do this is a couple of drops of Armor All to a gallon of fuel (do not use too much). It's a easy way to increase the surface tension of the fuel to resolve this issue. Not the way that we do it but it's how a lot of people do.

Also for those of you in Europe I'm happy to say that we are increasing our presence over there with our Werks "Race Blend" fuel currently being available in England, Germany, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Norway & Portugal with several other countries in the works.
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Old 11-28-2007, 01:20 PM   #107
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The best over the counter fuel is Werks. Some pro or team blends are not available to the public so they should not even be considered.
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Byrons is the way to go!!! Available in 20%, 30% and 40%.
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For the money and availability, can't beat Byron. 30% $22.95/ gal at Ultimate hobbies. Engines stay clean no rust. I used OD for 4 yrs. When 3 of my $$$ engines got rusted, no more.
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Old 11-29-2007, 01:29 AM   #110
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M7H, nee, jij hebt het fout. TQ wordt gemaakt door hun eigen bedrijf. Lol, het is all een lange tijd dat ik niet in Nederland hebt gewoond so mijn schrijven is heel wat achteruit gegaan!
Even though you might feel your Dutch is a bit "rusty" I can perfectly understand it...
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has anyone try Sidewinder fuel and tell me what you think

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has anyone try Sidewinder fuel and tell me what you think

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i've tried sidewinder 20% and 25%; so far so good...
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Byrons new blend that all the team guys have been testing for the past year, the pink stuff you may have seen is now available to the public. You can even get the pro driver blend which is a lower oil content fuel, they never sold this blend until know!
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