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I have been dabbling with one of those rcv .58cd engines in a scale plank, thing is after reading a load of stuff from otto on the forum, he mentions a few times, that a higher oil content in the fuel could be detrimental, as it creates a better sealing effect and hence raises the effective compression ratio a tad, now this was said in relation to the rcv-cd engine so it may have more to do with sealing the rather unusual valve/porting system than the piston/cylinder seal, but it got me thinking about peoples problems starting rossi .61/.65 engines (I am getting a skyfox with a rossi)
Has anyone any experience relating to easier starting through lowered compression with a lower oil ratio?, I am sceptical personaly of noticing a difference within the constraints of a practical oil ratio range (15%-20% perhaps ?) but I cant say Ive ever been on the lookout for this effect .....anyone?
ps ...I actualy got to fly today...hurrah and stuff
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