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best fuel for my new OS 46-FX

Old 05-31-2003, 07:21 PM
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I have both the coolpower 15 (green) and the omega 15 (pink) Which would be the better fuel to use in my new motor.Thanks for the help
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Any fuel that contains a castor/syn blend is best. Since Coolpower is 100% synthetic and Omega is 30% castor/70 synthetic I would go with the Omega. However, if you've got both and don't have a 4 stroke to run the Coolpower in, there is nothing stopping you from mixing the fuel together 50/50. This would give you an ugly looking color fuel that would have 17% oil, 15% castor/70% synthetic-PERFECT.
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I run Cool Power 25% in all my OS engines, from the OS 32 SX to my 140 RX.
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I concurr dr. spock.....lol the fx needs the castor/synt blend.. the cool power would be ok for the bushing motors.


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Default best fuel for my new OS 46-FX

As a general rule, it pays to use a synthetic/castor mix in "ABC" engines, ie non ringed and synthetic is fine in ringed engines.
Just my 2c worth.

Alan

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