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    ENGINE STORAGE QUESTION PLEASE.

    WILL LIKE TO KNOW WICH TYPE OF OIL OR LUBRICANT IS THE ONE MANUFACTURERS USED WEN FIRST ASSEBLE AND SHIP ENGINES TO THE PUBLIC? ENGINES WHEN NEW,COME WITH A LUBRICANT,WICH TYPE IT IS? ANY BRAND?
    I HAVE SOME BRAND NEW ENGINES,SOME OS,SOME MAGNUM,SOME SAITO, AND WILL LIKE TO KEEP THEM STORED FOR A WHILE,AND WILL LIKE TO ADD SOME EXTRA LUBRICANT TO PROTECT AGAINST CORROSION AND PARTS GETTING STUCK, SO I WILL LIKE TO USE IF POSSIBLE THE SAME ITEMS THAT MANUFACTURERS USE OR SOMETHING SIMILAR.
    BEST REGARDS,AND THANKS AGAIN, BECAUSE EVERY TIME I POST SOMETHING, IS ALWAYS SOMEBODY WILLING TO SHARE KNOWLEDGE AND INFORMATION.
    GOD BLESS ALL.
    REGARDS


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    RE: ENGINE STORAGE QUESTION PLEASE.

    You can use the red automatic transmission fluid, air-tool oil, good-quality gun oil, and the like. Anything that will coat the metal and not dry. Lightweight oils will evaporate and provide no protection after a few weeks.
    Bill Baxter, Manager Hobby Services/Futaba Service/North America
    3002 N. Apollo Dr. Ste. 1 Champaign, IL 61822 USA
    Service Phone: 217 398-0007
    Email: hobbyservices@hobbico.com


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