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Old 04-23-2006, 09:19 PM   #21
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Old 04-24-2006, 05:40 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by CRUSHER
You might want to try MCcoy plugs as well...I use them on my Collari B7 MC-8 or Odonnel-77... Cool plugs
mc-8 and odn 77 are both medium range jamie but the mc-9 and odonnel 99 or 100 are cold plugs.....and the mc-59 is a hot plug..
30% Werks fuel was for me like what big daddy jay was saying about the tornado fuel...Maybe a couple more dollars BUT........the Werks fuel ran cooler,and made more power and torque than my previous fuel without a gummy mess and by far the engine seriously sounded different im sold on Werks engines fuels and pipes

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Old 04-29-2006, 11:36 PM   #23
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Well I'll let ya'll know how it goes with the Werks fuel. I just picked up a gallon of 20% from Fastcats. Used it to break in my Collari. So far so good but tommorow will be the real litmus test. The engine idled really nice and steady. Temps looked good through out the whole break-in procedure. And no dyes to gunk up the engine either.

Seems really good. I think I'll end up liking the Werks better than the Sidewinder 20/10 Pro fuel that I've been running. It's a little more expensive and harder to get.But if it works as good as I think it's gonna, I'll be a Werks fuel man from now on. That or Byron's.


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Old 04-30-2006, 07:56 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by gremlin_390
just a thaught, what plug should i run in my Collari .32 if im runnin Sidewinder 30/12 ? i need to know in OS terms pleez.


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Old 04-30-2006, 01:31 PM   #25
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Some guys are confused in here. If I'm reading correct. Backyard Basher and Colder Plug ? When you run the higher oil content you need to run the engine leaner to get it to run. The colder plug should only go in your engine under the higher summer temps. 90+ degrees.
Use a race blend in your basher and your engine will run better and have a good long life. If you run back yard basher a hotter plug would be a better choice. For fuel a 20/12 or 20/10 would be fine. For a 21 or bigger 30/12 or 30/10. The quality of the fuel is very important. Better fuel costs more money. Just my .02
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