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Old 07-10-2006, 06:44 AM
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Hello all. I have an MVVS 26, mounted inverted with a bisson pitts muffler with smoke adapter. I'm still running the engine in, and following the instructions, but i'm finding a fair amount of oil residue from the muffler/engine joint. I'm wondering if I should add a gasket in between, and if so, any idea which one?
I'm currently running oil mixture at 3%, and have blocked the smoke adapter.
Your comments would be most appreciated gentlemen.
Old 07-14-2006, 10:52 AM
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I been using 5min epoxy for years on my 2S Glow's but I don't know if its acceptable on a petrol I do not see why it should not be as it will burn off if it overlaps into the exhast port, just keep the engine exhast side down until it sets.

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thanks for the response Mike.

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