Mark V Gain Oil

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Equipment Reviews' started by NI7I, Sep 24, 2009.

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  1. NI7I

    NI7I Guest

    Actually, FOOOOM's are a necessary factor in the usefull function of Gain Oilee. There must be at least one controlled FOOOOM per ms or it just wont work. Gain oil is, in essence, a lubricant for electrons but if permitted to be FOOOOM free, it will congeal and will opose gain.

    NI7I
     
  2. W5RB

    W5RB Guest

    The combustion problem is caused by SWRs .You can add 1/2 fl oz. per gallon of Tillotson's SWR preventer , or up to 1 oz. , if you have a really LOT of SWRs. In no case should you add more than 1 oz. per gallon , as this creates neutron nodes that can severely limit forward swing.
     
  3. N0SYA

    N0SYA Ham Member QRZ Page

    nothing beats wifi spray
     
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