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    race fuel?

    Does anyone use race fuel (110 octane) in their ski just wondering if its any better or if its harmful


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigb'srxp View Post
    Does anyone use race fuel (110 octane) in their ski just wondering if its any better or if its harmful
    With my setup I plan on only running a 50/50 mix of C12 (108 Octane) and 93. It will burn better and is better for the engine in the long run...But it mainly depends on your set up because you may ultimately be throwing your money away if you don't have the mods to support it.

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    If you do not have high compression or a highly advanced timing you will actually loose power if you run 110 octane.

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    so on a stock rxp sc not recomended

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigb'srxp View Post
    so on a stock rxp sc not recomended
    No, this is where you will be throwing your money away on expensive race fuel....

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    So....

    What about saya stage 3 Riva. Any advantages? Or is there not enough internal mods to matter?

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    A waste of money not modified enough

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    I Use Af Gas 100 From The Airport =d> =d> Work Good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rompe21 View Post
    I Use Af Gas 100 From The Airport =d> =d> Work Good

    So you are using 100LL which is oxygenated far more than C12 or C16. Overtime leaded gas will tend to rip into the valve guides. Save your money and get regular 100 or 104 unleaded. It will leave less deposits in your engine.

    And thats AV gas not Af. Sorry to be the grammar police here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeB View Post
    So you are using 100LL which is oxygenated far more than C12 or C16. Overtime leaded gas will tend to rip into the valve guides. Save your money and get regular 100 or 104 unleaded. It will leave less deposits in your engine.

    And thats AV gas not Af. Sorry to be the grammar police here.
    YEAP I BE USE THIS FUEL FOR LONG TIME I HAVE ABOUT 70 HR IN MY SKY SAME COMPRESION 125 ALL 3 CYLINDER SO I WILL LET YOU KNOW

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