Relatively Obscure: [i3.ytimg.com image 320x180]
CapeFearCadaver: Relatively Obscure: [i3.ytimg.com image 320x180]Came specifically for this.
St_Francis_P: See now, if they had diesels everything would have been fine.
tricycleracer: 300 hectares on a single tank of kerosene.
farkingismybusiness: This is why they can't be trusted to pump their own gas.
Insatiable Jesus: One of my buddy's dad was a helicopter mechanic. He helped us put a helicopter turbo on a trashed VW Sirrocco and filled us up with avgas. Car was fun, for about a week.
spcMike: St_Francis_P: See now, if they had diesels everything would have been fine.Actually came here to say something about diesels being just fine with it.
ThrowYourHatredDown: farkingismybusiness: This is why they can't be trusted to pump their own gas.It is New Jersey, you don't pump your own gas.
farkingismybusiness: ThrowYourHatredDown: farkingismybusiness: This is why they can't be trusted to pump their own gas.It is New Jersey, you don't pump your own gas.And they can't even get that right.
ChipNASA: JP-7?[upload.wikimedia.org image 300x235]
ReapTheChaos: it may have a higher octane than normal gasoline
Hack Patooey: I buy 100LL for my FF from my local small-strip airfield. When I initially talked to the guy,he said that, for his logs, I have a 'homebuilt experimental craft'. I even have a tail number for it (a mash of the frame # and builder's initials). Now that I'm in 'the system', whatever that is, I can buy at any of the local small strips.
ShamanGator: Brother in law had an old Nova we BUILT back in the very early 80's. He liked power & had a good disposable income at the time. He was working at a plane shop at the time & would run 130 octane ave gas on the weekends. Scary power & lots of fun.CSB, sort of...
SirTanon: It's okay, I drive one of these:[www.instablogsimages.com image 394x261]
SwiftFox: I thought it was diesel fuel being refined fuel oil and jet fuel being refined kerosene?
mightybaldking: You think someone would have smelled the difference.That stuff is thick and greasy smelling, Not at all like gasoline.
MythDragon: ChipNASA: JP-7?[upload.wikimedia.org image 300x235]There is something awefully farking scary about using the same liquid that you use for fuel as your coolant.
LoneVVolf: mightybaldking: You think someone would have smelled the difference.That stuff is thick and greasy smelling, Not at all like gasoline.This happened in NJ... EVERYTHING is thick and greasy here.
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