Loc: Shreveport, Louisana, U.S...
01-10-02 08:10 PM - Post#3862
In response to Christopher J
JohnC, I assume you must be using airplane fuel in your engine, Coolpower makes 15% and 30% heli fuel that doesn't have any Castor oil and it works much better than airplane fuels. I believe the deposits you saw in your old engine were due to castor oil getting hot in your engine and "coking" the piston and ring! Just use an all synthetic oil heli fuel from Powermaster or Coolpower (there are other fuels that may be OK too; these are the two I have used) and your new engine should last much longer than the last one! Chris
[This message has been edited by Maxx (edited 01-10-2002).]
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