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Old 05-08-2005, 07:16 AM   #16
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Yeah im glad I dont live in CA either. Then all my rc stuff would be cancerous. Luckily I live in FL where this stuff isnt known to cause cancer.

I always got a good laugh out of opening up servos and reading on the side this product can cause cancer....im like WTF a servo too?

Oh well.
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Pretty soon all underwear sold in CA will require a catalytic converter. You'll need to be extra careful not to get them clogged up in the event of a shart. Those California model Hanes aint cheap!!

Seriously though, r/c 4 strokes have lube in the fuel just like 2 strokes, typically use a higher oil content, and have higher combustion temps, so they actually smoke more than 2 strokes.
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