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    MEGILE's Avatar Senior Member
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    http://www.spitfireperformance.com/1...rade-fuel.html

    The use of 150 grade fuel in the RAF and USAAF, including trials and operational use. Very concise and detailed.
    Also included is a list of engines cleared for 150 fuel, and their increased MP.

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    on-topic posts from you are as scary as my own attempts.
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    It keeps the mods thinking we are actually interested in WW2.. and not using this forum for our own sordid amusement.

    Now that's over.. back to spammage.
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    Originally posted by BaldieJr:
    on-topic posts from you are as scary as my own attempts.
    man i am laughing so ****ing hard
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    Originally posted by danjama:


    man i am laughing so ****ing hard
    Please don't encourage the trolls.
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    I have charts that show the relative performance of all late-war aircraft using 151 proof rum as fuel.

    The spitfire's speed never raises above 0 mph because the pilot got tanked before the plane.
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    You must share data with oleg?
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    Oleg said:

    this known simple untruth. potatoe never did made 151 proof!
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