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    100 octane race gas

    I have 10 gallons of 100 octane race fuel that I bought for my Chevelle and won't be using now. (Don't ask). Could I use in ski ? Will it hurt anything. Or gain anything? Rather burn it off then have it sit all winter and I rather not waste in wife's car.


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    Hi Frined
    Make your Ecu to V-TECH buy Maptuner put new file in your Ecu and then gain 5 miles with the racing fuel.Good luck.......

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    Uhh if I understand what your saying then with the vtech I already have I will gain top speed?

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    You will win more exeleration and power to all stages ,and very little top speed than the one that you have.Remember that you need an updated file....Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightmareRXT-x-AS View Post
    I have 10 gallons of 100 octane race fuel that I bought for my Chevelle and won't be using now. (Don't ask). Could I use in ski ? Will it hurt anything. Or gain anything? Rather burn it off then have it sit all winter and I rather not waste in wife's car.
    Off subject what Year chevelle?

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    69 with a 540 shafiroff

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightmareRXT-x-AS View Post
    I have 10 gallons of 100 octane race fuel ...
    Leaded gasoline?

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    Unleaded

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NightmareRXT-x-AS View Post
    I have 10 gallons of 100 octane race fuel ...
    Leaded gasoline?
    Quote Originally Posted by NightmareRXT-x-AS View Post
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    The extra octane should not hurt the watercraft engine at all. Power might be down ever so slightly since the engine is not tuned for it.

    Perhaps you can advertise locally and sell the race fuel to someone who has a high compression engine that needs that octane level.

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    I bet what checkengine was trying to say is, with high octane fuel you can run more advance (makes more HP)
    but you will need a tune that is set up for high octane fuel not pump gas

    also, e85 pump gas is at least 100 octane

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