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Old 11-22-2011, 02:45 AM
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Perhaps a stupid question but isn't it possible / usefull to cool the fuel to around 2 or 3 degree celsius before putting it in your tank? what would be the effects?
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Old 11-22-2011, 11:29 AM
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Perhaps a stupid question but isn't it possible / usefull to cool the fuel to around 2 or 3 degree celsius before putting it in your tank? what would be the effects?
I have heard of people storing there fuel in a cooler.
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I've seen people store it in a cooler but that's not to cool but to keep it out of the sun. I keep mine in the shade and have no idea if it helps keep it cool but from what I've been told letting the sun and heat get to it is bad and never store your fuel on concrete either but that's the same for gas in a jerry can as well.
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