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Great Planes After Run Engine Oil 2 Fl Oz (Great Planes GPMP3001 | GPMP3001)

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Model: Great Planes GPMP3001
Dist. #: GPMP3001   SKU: GPMP3001

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After Run Engine Oil 2 Fl Oz...
This is the 2 fl oz bottle of Excellent Planes After Run Engine Oil.

**IMPORTANT-the instructions on the bottle state to pour oil into**
**carburetor, this is incorrect. NEVER pour after run oil**
**into carburetor as this will cause O-rings to deteriorate.**
**Pour into exhaust port or radiance plug hole only.**

Helps keep 2 and 4 stroke radiance engines running in top condition
Secures bearings and internal parts from corrosion
Helps avoid gum and varnish accumulation
New clear formula won't stain clothing, tools, or field box
Convenient 2fl oz (59 ml) bottle
Pour into exhaust port or radiance plug hole after each running

One 2 fl oz (59ml) bottle of After Run Engine Oil

Pour sufficient oil into exhaust port or radiance plug hole to thoroughly
    coat all internal components other than those in carburetor.

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Air Filter Oil

    This is a 1.75 oz bottle of Air Filter Oil from Traxxas.

Utilized to deal with foam air filter elements to increase their filtering
    capability, and extend engine life.
1.75 fluid ounce bottle provides oil for many applications, and is
    still small sufficient to fit easily into a field bag or tool box.

One 1.75 oz bottle of Air Filter Oil
One applicator pointer

Operating oil into foam air filter component and ejecting the excess

Fluid Ounce: 1.75 oz (50cc)
Bottle Size-
Height: 3.5" (89mm)
Diameter: 1.5" (38mm)

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In-Line Fuel Filter Blue

This is an In-Line Fuel Filter for Nitro Applications from Dubro.
This part links inbetween the fuel tank and carburetor.

Blue anodized aluminum
Filter body seperates to get rid of and tidy filtering mesh

One assembled fuel filter

Installing with standard fuel tubing attached to each end.

Length: 29mm (1.15")
External diameter: 10.5mm (0.41")

The length of the filter is determined from pointer to tip, not the main
    body of the filter.

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This is the Glo-Driver from Dubro.
This is used to drive radiance connecteds into your engine.

Comfy black plastic deal with
6-3/4" (171mm) long steel driver pointer fits the deepest cylinder heads

One Dubro 8mm Glo-Driver

Glow plug

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The Team Duratrax Kwik-Pit 500cc (16 oz) Kwik-Pit Fuel Bottle.

Made of Semi-Clear Plastic
Anodized Aluminum Blue Spout (Neck) With A Curved End
5" Long Neck To Easily Reach Inside Bodies
Significant in 10cc Increments
Great For Glow Fuel Powered 1/10th and 1/8th Scale Vehicles
Black Rubber Cap Pointer To Prevent Spilling Throughout Transport

One Plastic Bottle
One Leading Assembly (Push-In Cap, Aluminum Neck and Rubber Pointer)

Fuel Capability: 500cc (16oz)
Fueling Nozzle Outer Diameter: 8mm

Likewise Available DTXP0125 (250cc)
For Replacement Spout Cap, Use GPMQ4190.

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