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Old 04-02-2004, 10:17 PM   #76
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is that dangerous to use
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Old 04-03-2004, 12:21 AM   #77
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Originally posted by llenco
Guys - try using about 5% proplene oxide in the fuel mix
This sounds wild, what does the Proplene do...

With regards to the colour... I would begin to worry about the quality, Morgan as far as I know have decent oil and Klotz seems good, (we dont get it here so I am not sure) If I bout fuel and the colour is different all the time, I would begin looking for a different supplier. Just my two cents. We would need to run tests on it to find out.
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Old 04-03-2004, 12:47 AM   #78
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I am starting to think it may be the nitro, or so called nitro that is the cause. It has a very strong odour like chlorine , which is a pretty good bleach.....

Has anyone ever heard of nitro being mixed with a chlorine like liquid to make it cheaper maybe? I know the company I got this lot from was having a tough time with another importer selling Angus nitro cheaper.( I bought a 205 litre drum from the competitor and had no problems )

I am worried that I am selling something that may have a detrimental effect on motor life. It does seem to be working OK.
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The only problem is I think that propylene is carnegenic in a big way well that is what I found on the internet

So was Toluene

Any others that aren't dangerous

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