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Old 09-22-2014, 02:58 PM
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Brent, what can I say, your fuel has been flawless! Zero issues running bones fuel with clockwork engines. Just checking in, lol.
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Old 10-02-2014, 10:43 AM
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I have been running Bones now since last season. Stuff is awesome. No engine issues what so ever. All my motors look great inside and perform awesome. Thanks Brent. Love this fuel.
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Old 10-23-2014, 03:51 PM
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Just finished up a quart of bones break in fuel on my paloma. Going to start running some 30% and tune her up....
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Old 10-24-2014, 05:50 AM
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I have been running Bones now since last season. Stuff is awesome. No engine issues what so ever. All my motors look great inside and perform awesome. Thanks Brent. Love this fuel.
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Old 11-09-2014, 01:25 PM
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going to be trying this fuel (30/8) in my Reds Racing R7 Evoke..
Here at the Fear Farm track in Az...
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Originally Posted by H83R View Post
going to be trying this fuel (30/8) in my Reds Racing R7 Evoke..
Here at the Fear Farm track in Az...
I don't think you will be sorry. This is the most consistent fuel I have ever run. I have ran a little over 3 gals, and get great mileage, and insides are nice! If you break in your own engines, I would suggest ordering the 11 quarts (reg) with 1 quart break in. That stuff is AWESOME!!!
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Has anyone noticed reduced bearing or engine life after using the Bones Break in fuel compared to a break in with the fuel you plan to run in the engine?

I'm tempted to try it, just a little skeptical. Wouldn't the extra ash content also wear other internals than just lapping the piston faster?
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Old 11-10-2014, 05:18 PM
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Originally Posted by HomicidalBunny View Post
Has anyone noticed reduced bearing or engine life after using the Bones Break in fuel compared to a break in with the fuel you plan to run in the engine?

I'm tempted to try it, just a little skeptical. Wouldn't the extra ash content also wear other internals than just lapping the piston faster?
I have a FX engine with 4 gallons on it or so using the break in and no issues to date. All I did to break it in was run the quart of bones break in on a hudy break in bench and then another quart on the ground at very rich settings with the head wrapped to keep temps up. The engine has performed perfectly and came into full race tune much faster than the FX engine that I did not use the break in fuel on.
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Originally Posted by Frank L View Post
I have a FX engine with 4 gallons on it or so using the break in and no issues to date. All I did to break it in was run the quart of bones break in on a hudy break in bench and then another quart on the ground at very rich settings with the head wrapped to keep temps up. The engine has performed perfectly and came into full race tune much faster than the FX engine that I did not use the break in fuel on.
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Old 11-10-2014, 06:53 PM
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Been using the break in fuel for 2 yrs now on probably 50-70 engines. Never anything but positive results..
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I've used it on several engines also. It works good. I felt skeptical also but it works and get just as much life as I always did out of my engines
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Originally Posted by HomicidalBunny View Post
Has anyone noticed reduced bearing or engine life after using the Bones Break in fuel compared to a break in with the fuel you plan to run in the engine?

I'm tempted to try it, just a little skeptical. Wouldn't the extra ash content also wear other internals than just lapping the piston faster?
Just break your engine in with the Werks race blend Ronan.
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Has anyone used the break in fuel on an OS engine?
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Old 12-14-2014, 06:49 PM
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Yep. Many times. Half a quart and it's ready to go. BUT maybe you should ask this question on the idle gap forum LOL!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by Retired09 View Post
Been using the break in fuel for 2 yrs now on probably 50-70 engines. Never anything but positive results..
+1 we use it at red rock hobbies for all our engine break ins including OS engines and it works aeesome.
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