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Old 01-02-2006, 06:56 PM
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Does anybody know about this or have used it? Is it safe for your engines? http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...2&I=LXERH5&P=K
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yeah it will not harm your engine and it will give your fuel a scent, it is like scented oil
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mmmmm...nitro fumes, ill admit nitro exhuast smells good(maybe not to some) but having a reason to smell more exhuast...good idea....maybe not...though i would like to know if it works...i have been curiouse since it has come out...
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I'm just worried that it won't be good for my engine. Some oil/addictives aren't good.
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I've tried some made by a competitor, the grape scented. It smells good but you won't smell it once the boat is out on the water. I've also found staining inside my engines after use. The Root Beer scent is a favorite around here with the car and truck guys.
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it's an engine friendly thing, nice to use this from time to time, but i like nitro smell...
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This would be a good question to ask up in the Fuel forum as the manufacturer that I got mine from hangs out up there, Brian Cooper a.k.a. Fuelman.
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It's like being at a Motocross meeting, It's the smell that makes it.

If you want to smell roses look in the garden.
If you want to smell a race meet go to a boat race.

You can always wipe your boat over with vanilla essence, this will neutralise the smell if it's to harsh on your nose. It is friendly to the environment and won't hurt your boat.

Try anything once, if it works do it again, if it does not work, ask someone why, or do it again like it has been done before.

If it smells good to you, "use it".

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