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Re: The right fuel for high compression engines

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03-14-2013 12:50:08

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VP C12 in my Oliver engine,about the only fuel available here locally that is true 108 motor octane...And in My GVI good old LP Gas.

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baldwin racing

03-14-2013 17:43:58

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 Re: The right fuel for high compression engines in reply to RICHB, 03-14-2013 12:50:08  
you see this alot....i see it all the time in atv racing all the time also....alot of people way over octane there motor and make less power than they what your motor builder tells you or go off compression for what the fuels are rated for...if you are way over octaning your motor your throwing money away....Q16 in atv world you can put a lot of timing into a good motor with that stuff and make around 7 hp more on the dyno. :) ...powermist sells the same type of fuels as well

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baldwin racing

03-14-2013 17:48:00

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 Re: The right fuel for high compression engines in reply to baldwin racing, 03-14-2013 17:43:58  
but if you want to make even more power and cost 1/4 of the price go to methnol....55 gal of c112 a while back was $625 55 gal, methnol holeshot from powermist was like $225 for 55 gal but you burn twice as much lol

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