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Old 09-13-2005, 04:50 PM
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Propylene Oxide and Super Blue 007

Has anyone experimented with this stuff? 8-12% increase in power??
Maybe just another gimmick.

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http://www.worldwideracingfuels.com/catalog_c30745.html
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Sounds like a way to dig in your wallet to me.
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Mixed at the recommended 8% with gas, Propylene Oxide adds about $3 per gallon to the price of fuel. A lot of people pay $6 per gallon for race gas to get high octane that does nothing to increase power.

Maybe a guy with a 9.5:1 compression engine can make the same power as an 11.5:1 compression engine when needed without having to pay for high octane fuel all the time.

Or I've been running 12.05-12.10s at the track all weekend and would like to see an eleven second time slip for once.
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