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ok I'm going with O'Donnell fuel. now i have my ct5 cen. never used and I'm going to break it in soon. which fuel should i use.


***O'Donnell Racing Fuel 20%***
This is one quart of 20% O'Donnell Racing Fuel! Specially blended for cars and trucks by one of the leading names in high-performance R/C engine tuning, O'Donnell Racing Fuel's advantages have made it a highly respected name in R/C competition.
Blended from the highest-grade methanol and nitromethane. O'Donnell Racing Fuel delivers high thermal stability in racing engines with very exact tolerances — exclusive O'Donnellube™ synthetic oil package produces smooth idling and acceleration, and reduces critical heat and internal engine wear.

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***O'Donnell 20% R2R***
This is one quart of O'Donnell 20% R2R Sport fuel. Finally a sport fuel with legendary O'Donnell quality.
Made using the highest-quality oils and blending techniques. Special lubricant package benefits the operation and performance of sport engines found in most ready-to-run vehicles. Helps to protect your engine as you learn the skills to provide proper care, tuning, and maintenance.

which1 is best to keep my engine running longer and safer.:first_place:
 

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I am through my first half gallon of O'Donnel racing fuel and it seems really good
 

Racer 1966

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How you drive and take care of it will have as much of an effect on lifespan as the fuel will. I like the higher oil fuels myself.
 

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