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Plugs, props, and fuel..help

Old 03-19-2004, 07:31 PM
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Hello,

I recently bought a mac 67 engine but it didn't come with a glow plug and im not sure which one I need. I was recommended to use a Mark Anderson 1457 3 blade prop, which I am going to get ,but I also need a few other props when the water is a little less smooth. I'm looking for more acceleration and less top end. What props would you recommend for that? I don't have a hobby shop around me so I will need a site to order from. And the last thing, where can I get fuel (50 - 60%)? I appreciate any help you can provide.

My boat is the Dumas Miss Circus Hydro 43" with MAC 67
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Default RE: Plugs, props, and fuel..help

Phil's Hobby Shop in Fort Wayne, Indiana can set you up with everything that you need. They sell McCoy glow plugs in cards of 12 and carry Red Max fuel in whatever percentage that you need. These guys know boats better than most Hobby Shops and have Bob Kensill working there who has his share of trophies and records in boat racing. Do a search and you'll find them.
Red Max is also located in Clover, S.C. and you can order directly from them.
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Thank you very much!

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