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Post  torino501 on October 12th 2019, 11:34 pm

Any body use this fuel additive before? Can take 93 to 107 octane.

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Post  Mark Miller on October 12th 2019, 11:50 pm

My brother and I have used it no dyno tested results though,i think that guy Cars By Carl a guy that builds engines on here has used it and likes it!!FWIW I was on Yellow Bullet and a guy on their used VP Octanium in a 2020 Ford Explorer ST with a TT 3.0 V-6 and he made I want to say 30 more RWHP over 93 octane pump gas with a tune on both!!

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Post  wickettoby1 on October 13th 2019, 12:29 pm

With the cost of the Race Gas concentrate you might as well use E85 or actual race fuel unless you don’t have either of those available in the area you live. It takes 7 oz of concentrate to raise 1 gallon of 93 octane up to 107 octane. With a the concentrate costing almost $1 an oz it isn’t very practical. Just my $.03

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Post  torino501 on October 13th 2019, 1:07 pm

Well I’ve done the E85 thing. Problem I have is in south Texas the humidity is horrible and the E85 soaks up moisture terribly. It will pit the bowls and metering plates. I don’t drive it every day. I’ve drained bowls and use a Brad penn fuel additive. Really thinking going back to 93 with an additive that is proven. We have non ethel pump 93 down here too. Little more expensive but I may try it.

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Post  wickettoby1 on October 14th 2019, 5:56 am

Here in MI I can buy Sunoco 100 octane unleaded at the pump. Obviously they aren’t giving it away but I’d supplement with that any day over using an additive.

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