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Aaron, Heres a similar thread from days gone by......I got it by using the search function. I posted the thread, got only a few responses, i woulda thought it would be a huge subject........ya never know. http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=8759 By the way....welcome to the club! DougM

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Aaron, I've been playing with these toys for many years. I've never used a supplement, and never had a problem. I've tried different octanes, and 87 seems to run the best. Biggest thing is to keep your carb adjusted properly. A lean carb can cause burned valves and engine overheating. A rich carb will cause carbon deposits, which, if wedged under a valve, will also cause burned valves. If it is running properly you shouldn't have a problem. Rod H.

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