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Bladerunner20/08/2009 08:20:52
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Posted by Brian Cooper on 19/08/2009 21:09:03:
Posted by Bladerunner on 19/08/2009 19:50:11:
Posted by Brian Cooper on 18/08/2009 17:27:46:
Just use Prosynth.    Job done.  
 
B.C.

 And that has how much oil in it as per OP's query?...

 Don't know.  And don't care.
 
Frankly, we don't need to know.   eg: I have never asked for a chemical breakdown of ingredients before I refuel my car.
 
All we need to know is the fuel (Prosynth) works....... and wow, it works extremely well.
Engines run faster, cooler, last longer and stay clean.  In other words, it does what it says on the tin.
 
B.C.
 
Cool, I'll not try it sometime. I was told when I started out in this hobby never to trust fuel with unpublished mix ratio's - snake-oil, manufacturer-warranties and all that Hard to unlearn actually.
Brian Cooper20/08/2009 13:55:11
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Posted by Bladerunner on 20/08/2009 08:20:52:
 
Cool, I'll not try it sometime. I was told when I started out in this hobby never to trust fuel with unpublished mix ratio's - snake-oil, manufacturer-warranties and all that Hard to unlearn actually.
 
 No problem.  It's a free country.
However, Prosynth was developed by a chap who knows his trade, and was developed for high performance engines to run on it whilst withstanding the ferocious heat of a Spanish summer at over 40 degrees C.
 
I can only speak as I find, and I have used Prosynth, without any problems, in all my glow engines for more years than I care to remember.
 
The only thing I need to know about the fuel is that it contains absolutely NO castor oil.
 
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Jason Channing10/09/2009 07:44:42
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Nah . use Opti Fuel . higher the nitro the better. 
 
I use prosynth to light the BBQ. I 've got really good engines , so I use really good fuel. and yup. I do check what fuel goes in my car engine and thus I do not buy fuel from tesco or from Greenergy sub companys. 
 
Quite easy to check which companys use better quality control on the forecourt.
 
 
batcho9910/09/2009 16:04:29
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As above. Optifuel. I use 20% 4 stroke mix. The engines love it It's British you know!

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