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Old 10-10-2005, 11:33 PM
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11o octane gas in tempe or east mesa?

hey all,
im looking for a gas station that has high octane gas preferrably 110 octane but would settle for less octane over 100+ octane if anyone can help me or know of any gas stations in tempe or east mesa or anywhere for that matter i would appreciate it.
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I doubt you'll find a station with 110 octane. You'll have to get racing fuel to get something with that high of an octane rating (at least that's what we've always used in our sand rails). You might even look into aviation fuel (av-gas) as well.
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Should be able to go out to Falcon Field and get some av-gas
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...thought there was a station with High Oct gas on stapely or country club...a union 76 station if I remember correctly
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Should be able to go out to Falcon Field and get some av-gas
I'm with him on this one. I go there to get it for my pocket bike.

You can make your own too, go to your local autozone, and they sell an octane booster called NOS (not nitrous oxide but same label). Try it out, I use it on my pocket bike when I dont want to go out to falcon field.
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I'm pretty sure that the service station at Scottsdale Pavillions has some kind of racing gas on pump.
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nope nothing that 76 station closed up awhile back
come on give some details about the vehicle that needs 110octane
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