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Red Alert and O'Donnell fuels???

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Fuel containing 5%-20% nitromethane with at least 16% lubricant
Most of the fuels we carry meet or exceed the lubricant content
required for optimum performance and maximum engine life. In the
past, the conventional lubricant content used in fuel was 18%. But
with new advanced technologies, fuels like Red Alert and O'Donnell
for example, have a better quality of lubricants even though the
percentages of lubricant content are lower. These high-tech
lubricants provide exceptional cooling and protection.
thats a quote from towers recommendations on fuels for the os 46 ax. one question What the crap is Red Alert and O'Donnell fuels?????? Never seen em, never heard anyone post about them on RCPOO.
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why, these are fuels that tower sells, of course!

I think they're the duratrax brands. I found O'donnel in the airplane and Red Alert in the car/boat fuels.

Thats why I use fuelman's fuels! (Coopers Custom Blend) That way there is no need to worry about anything! I forgot who said it but it has been quoted that "This stuff is like crack for your engine" Use it once and you will agree! :D
don't trust their tech notes. I've used micafilm on all kinds of glow stuff from back in my controline days. 100% fuelproof. but on their tech notes it says it isn't.

get fuelman's; by probro for probro's!
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