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Old 01-15-2008, 11:13 AM
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Default how to add after run oil in a engine

i have been doing this for a while now and thought i would share it with you all.
the way i put oil in my engines is with a piece of fuel tubing. but first i clean aroung the plug with a small water color paint brush the kind you get at the grocery store with the kids water color paintsthen i am ready to go.
i first remove the plug making sure the piston is at the bottom of the cylnder and put the fuel tubing down the hole. then i put my favorite aro (after run oil) through the fuel tubing and presto no mess.
now go out and have some fun
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Old 01-15-2008, 11:20 AM
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You need to clean your airfilter [sm=bananahead.gif]

Good job tho, now can you show us how to mesh our gears

My gears never need meshing lol.
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Default RE: how to add after run oil in a engine

The only issue with this is that it might be easy to drag some dirt in there with the fuel tubing, or accidentally introduce a foreign object into the engine that was on or inside the fuel tubing. It's not a bad idea, but be careful folks.

Gear mesh for truggies and nitro monster trucks with sliding engine mounts is dead easy. Loosen the engine mounts, take a regular piece of photocopy (xerox) paper, fold it in half, insert it between the gears, mesh them together with all your strength, tighten the mounts, take out the paper (should be fairly stiff, may rip a little, if easy to pull out, you didn't press hard enough, try again). Presto, perfect mesh.
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Old 01-15-2008, 12:38 PM
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Thanks foxy.

Giving me tips on when I get my Kyosho (Hopefully Soon)

Really trying to save up for an FG, my LHS has the Hummer one in. Looks sweet.

My dad said he'll pay 75% of the cost if I do well on my Toefl exams on saturday
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Default RE: how to add after run oil in a engine

You need to clean your airfilter
lol its been a while since i cleaned it i should before i take it out.
foxy42 i figured its alot better than someone dripping it in the plug hole and adding dirt with the oil(seen it way too often), just make sure you clean around the plug with the plug on first then you should'nt have a problem.
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I think it's Hobbico's after run oil, it has a lid like what diff lube comes in. Long thin injector type nozzle.
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ORIGINAL: infernalstone

I think it's Hobbico's after run oil, it has a lid like what diff lube comes in. Long thin injector type nozzle.
yeah its got a long neck to fit
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The best idea is to place a few drops in the carb and spin the engine over...
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ORIGINAL: binaryterror

The best idea is to place a few drops in the carb and spin the engine over...
And you can do that while you have the air filter off to change it or clean it
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