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      10-30-2009, 03:25 PM   #1
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Where to buy Race Gas in SoCal

I have a list going of places selling 100 Octane or other race gas at the pumps:
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http://www.zpost.com/forums/showthread.php?t=317159

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newbie question

Does race gas make a noticeble difference on a stock car?
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Click on "Dyno Runs" in my signature. 100 octane = approximately 30hp.

You mean blended 91 and 100 octane 50/50?
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PencilGeek -- First thanks so much for all the time and effort you've put into your dyno database. It's outstanding!

Second and forgive me if I may have missed it in your write up. But how long will it take the ECU to adjust to the 100 octane fuel? If I get down to E and fill up with 100 octane will the ECU adjust after a few gallons? Maybe thats not even the correct question but I would think the ECU would have to do something to take advantage of the higher octane fuel.

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PencilGeek -- First thanks so much for all the time and effort you've put into your dyno database. It's outstanding!

Second and forgive me if I may have missed it in your write up. But how long will it take the ECU to adjust to the 100 octane fuel? If I get down to E and fill up with 100 octane will the ECU adjust after a few gallons? Maybe thats not even the correct question but I would think the ECU would have to do something to take advantage of the higher octane fuel.

Thanks,

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I wouldn't fill up a whole tank of 100 octane. I would go 50/50 of 91/100 octane. Should give you about 95 octane.
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