129 forum posts
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 I was told when I started out in this hobby never to trust fuel with unpublished mix ratio's - snake-oil, manufacturer-warranties and all that Hard to unlearn actually.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 Cooper||20/08/2009 13:55:11|
495 forum posts
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.
|Jason Channing||10/09/2009 07:44:42|
|120 forum posts|
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.
347 forum posts
As above. Optifuel. I use 20% 4 stroke mix. The engines love it It's British you know!
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