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    Go Go Juice ?

    What kind of fuel does schumacher recommend in the .21 engines ? I am using the Byron 20% and was just curious what they recommend.
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    RE: Go Go Juice ?

    I use to use that fuel and car ran well. They dont recommend a fuel, just that if you use 30%, you will need a head shim. Other than that, any kind of good fuel is fine.
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    RE: Go Go Juice ?

    The only recommendation is to run a synthetic or synthetic blend. The castor oil gums up the one-way bearing in the EZ start. You can run the 25-30% without a shim if you dont run to hot.
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    RE: Go Go Juice ?


    ORIGINAL: Schumacher RC Superstore

    The only recommendation is to run a synthetic or synthetic blend. The castor oil gums up the one-way bearing in the EZ start. You can run the 25-30% without a shim if you dont run to hot.
    What brand of fuel do you use and also what % do you run ?
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    RE: Go Go Juice ?

    ORIGINAL: Groundman


    ORIGINAL: Schumacher RC Superstore

    The only recommendation is to run a synthetic or synthetic blend. The castor oil gums up the one-way bearing in the EZ start. You can run the 25-30% without a shim if you dont run to hot.
    What brand of fuel do you use and also what % do you run ?
    Feel free to use any brand that is 20-30% nitro, a minimum on 12% oil content, and has more synthetic than castor.

    I make my own fuel. I blend to the application.

    Soon, I will be including a free quart with each purchase of an RTR.


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    RE: Go Go Juice ?

    ORIGINAL: Schumacher RC Superstore

    Soon, I will be including a free quart with each purchase of an RTR.


    Wow, that would by truly RTR. When I bought my RC I ordered it through my hobby shop which usually has fuel in stock, I'm sure most people order from their hobby shops so they don't feel guilty asking for help when they bought the car from someplace else.


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