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Old 07-21-2006, 11:45 AM   #11
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he asked what kind of fuel people used...thats it..I run 8th scale buggy so in turn i run 30% Werks

nope ill pay the extra couple bucks thank you...might be a little more expensive untill you run it and see why... I love the way my car runs now..

Werks comes in 20% and 30% and its what I would run if i had the choice!

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Old 07-21-2006, 02:09 PM   #12
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actully read it again, he asked what kind of fuel people recomend, how can you recomend something without knowing what its going to be run in, or how its going to be used?

and i'm glad you like the werks fuel, i really could not care less at all, to me $50 a gallon is too much for fuel, i dont care who makes it or what its made of, i personally wouldn't pay that no matter what brand it was, there are pleanty of other fuels made by pleanty of different companies that work fine for me, and are like $10 - $15 less a jug, if you want to pay extra for what ever small advantage it does or doesn't give you, all the power to you, like i said, i really dont care,
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I am not going to recommend as I am not an expert on fuel, but Scott and Bob had some good call outs about where to buy fuel and see what your friends are using for sharing purposes. Also storing fuels are a great tip, as most people are not aware of that. As for what I use, I use sidewinder 20% and never had any problems with it and that's what my LHS carries and if I do have any problems with it, they can look after you.
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