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Old 05-03-2019, 07:52 PM   #21
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Floyd if you flew gas you would know it takes about 10 gallons before they settle in completely , That's quite a bit of flying with a little 50cc on gas. His 30cc would take 5-6 and that is a ton of flying . I have found it takes about 1 gallon of glow to equal 1 liter of gas in flying time . so burning 10 gallons of gas is like burning 40 gallons of glow . just trying to let him know what's normal for a gas engine, maybe nothing at all wrong with his engine , just needs more break in . .
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Floyd if you flew gas you would know it takes about 10 gallons before they settle in completely I have found it takes about 1 gallon of glow to equal 1 liter of gas in flying time .
My Garden equipment has no break in at all. Tiller, Tractor, Blower and Weed whacker. Saito has a 40 minute break in and OS has a couple of tanks, 10 Gallons is rather excessive don't you think. Cheers Floyd
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Old 05-04-2019, 05:27 PM   #23
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well I guess he should give you a call when he need help with his garden equipment LOL.. few people would ever notice if there chain saw gained a few rpm after 3 years , you obviously don,t , but guys flying gas know when the trim is a few clicks further down every year until it doesn't change any more .. that's what I notice , and it runs cleaner and cleaner as time goes on ..

The 3W site bring up a good point you should never break in with synthetic unless the engine calls for it like some of my 4 cycles . it would take countless gallons to break a engine in on synthetic ..

http://www.aircraftinternational.com...chBreakIn.aspx
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