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Old 11-05-2015, 06:49 PM
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Best fuel I ever used so far. Consistent quart to quart. I seem to notice it doesn't burn your eyes as much as Byron.
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Old 11-05-2015, 07:29 PM
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Their break-in fuel is the best thing since sliced bread. I thought it was a gimmick at first, but after two engines it's definitely the real deal.

I ran 30/10 this year, but I think I'm gonna get a case of 30/8 for next year. 8% is still plenty of oil with whatever lube package their using in this stuff. It's quality fuel for sure.
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We've ran 30/8 the last 2 years and love it, we've trie sa lot of fuels and Bones is best for us..
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Old 02-15-2016, 06:13 AM
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I'm going to be using the breakin fuel for the first time soon and was curious since it will be a shorter break in period what is the recommended procedure for the abbreviated heat cycle.
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Old 02-16-2016, 03:39 AM
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Originally Posted by shein95 View Post
I'm going to be using the breakin fuel for the first time soon and was curious since it will be a shorter break in period what is the recommended procedure for the abbreviated heat cycle.
Just do it as you normally would, after 4-5 tanks or so you should notice that a lot of the mechanical pinch is gone. I've never needed the whole quart, usually 4 tanks of break in fuel, then another 2-3 tanks on the track with regular fuel creeping up on a race tune.
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Am just gonna comment on my experience with bones brew. I bought 12 quarts in June of 2014. I used about 4 quarts? Loved it. Never ran any of my stuff last year. Not once. Shelved everything minus the batteries and there it sat til today. Had a fuel bottle that I use for bashing with a crank pump with about a quarter in it. Compared it to a new sealed bottle for colors. Looked a bit dull. Filled my tank and dumped the rest expecting my engine to give me fits starting. I was wrong! Fired right up. Never touch a needle. I didn't use after run oil when I Shelved everything. Keep all my stuff including fuel in the basement where it's cool and dry. The engine I ran today was a stock werks b2. It ran awesome on 2 year old fuel that was in an unsealed container. Ran better with a freshly opened bottle of fuel, but, point being, environment where stored is key, I think. Thanks for the great product bones!
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Old 07-06-2016, 11:42 AM
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Definitely top notch fuel! I switched this season from Byrons and I'm extremely happy. Funny thing is mort people were running Byrons in my area. I had a ton of people ask me about the quart bottles with the fuel spout and that alone got their interest. Now every where you look in the pits you see Bones. My wife even picked up on it. Her words. "Why is everyone using the same fuel as you now". Best fuel hands down.
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Old 07-06-2016, 01:21 PM
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I love the fuel so much I started selling it. I've got a few Byron converts myself. Everyone that has made the switch loves it, holds tune easier and runs cooler. Not bad for only a few months work. Brent has got the hot ticket for sure. Last year I was the only one running it around here and now there's 6
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When Is the Bones Brew Worlds Blend coming I'm down to my last gal. Thank you Mr. Bent...
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Originally Posted by Motorman007 View Post
When Is the Bones Brew Worlds Blend coming I'm down to my last gal. Thank you Mr. Bent...
motorman007 - it is on the site
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What is different about the worlds blend. About to order a case of 30/8%.
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I would guess that's it's a 25% Nitro Blend as they can only use max of 25% at the worlds.
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Old 10-17-2016, 09:22 AM
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and the 8% oil
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Old 10-17-2016, 04:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Jeff Ford View Post
I would guess that's it's a 25% Nitro Blend as they can only use max of 25% at the worlds.
We have been using and testing the World's blend for the past year. It gives the same excellent protection and improves runtime all while still performing superb. Don't be afraid to give it a shot.
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We also tested the fuel all summer at 25%. Tyler said he noticed no power loss and engines tuned just as easy as ever. Been running Bones Brew now for few years and I've never had engines as clean inside with any other fuel. His oil package is the best hands down!!
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