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Old 04-04-2012, 05:24 PM   #1
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Hey guys, i just buy a new rc car, it is a Kyosho inferno GT. I bought the car from somebody and he told me that he only ran the car with 15% nitro cool power. So i want to know if i can run the car with 10% nitro or 20% nitro, thats all i have with me right now?
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Hey guys, i just buy a new rc car, it is a Kyosho inferno GT. I bought the car from somebody and he told me that he only ran the car with 15% nitro cool power. So i want to know if i can run the car with 10% nitro or 20% nitro, thats all i have with me right now?
I've found that most engines run better on 20 than 10, and frankly 10 doesn't have a lot of "oomph".
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Hey guys, i just buy a new rc car, it is a Kyosho inferno GT. I bought the car from somebody and he told me that he only ran the car with 15% nitro cool power. So i want to know if i can run the car with 10% nitro or 20% nitro, thats all i have with me right now?
Well depends on what engine you're running. But definitely run that beast on at least 20%!
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Hey guys, i just buy a new rc car, it is a Kyosho inferno GT. I bought the car from somebody and he told me that he only ran the car with 15% nitro cool power. So i want to know if i can run the car with 10% nitro or 20% nitro, thats all i have with me right now?
The last time I used any Cool Power it was airplane fuel.
Make sure that you use car/truck fuel to get the proper
lubricants. I would use at least 20% nitro and the proper
lubricant for 'car' engines.

If the 'stock' Kyosho engine has been run on 'airplane' fuel
you might be looking for another engine soon. Just have fun
with that car.....we all change engines sometime.
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If this is your first nitro car and you don`t have tuning experience then just run the 10% for now it will be fine ,if the car was run on 15% then 20% may be to lean on the current settings.As far as cool power they make car fuel aswell.
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