The mysteries of model airplane fuel
Paul Gibeault's guide to mixing your own
Paul Gibeault of Leduc, Alberta, is a regular Northwest Regional Control-Line Championships competitor and has several Regionals grand championship and event championship trophies in his case.
He's a regular in the winner's circle in Speed and Racing events, and has experience as a Combat and Stunt pilot. He's known as a magician in getting high performance out of small engines such as the tricky reed valve engines used in Class I Mouse Race.
So, Paul knows a bit about model airplane fuels.
He recently wrote an article for the Cox International website on how to make fuel. Paul also shares the article with Flying Lines readers.
The article is worth reading for anyone who uses internal combustion engines in their model airplanes. Click the link below to download the article!
This page was upated Nov. 11, 2020