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outlaw raises the octane about 5 or 6 #s. the higher the octane the better and more efficient the engine will run. most octane boosters also have an injector cleaning agent in them. the only bad thing is you MUST use the booster that is cat safe. you will probably pickup abou 2 or 3 mpg with this stuff also "if you drive like an adult"
2000 F250 been destroked with 5.9 cummins
1990 seven-up mustang
2011 F350 king ranch
well i know that the higher the octane the more carbon is build up in the engine. i found that out on research on a sho i redone when ford said only use 93 oct, in the cars and when i torn the motor down with less then 70,000 miles it was so carbon up it was not even funny, so doing some checking i found out the high test fuels carbon engines up fast then loe test, so i just set my timing to run low grade fuel, but with reg engines no high output motors the factory sets the timing to run on mid grade fuel 89 i think it is
73 ford ranchero gt (rebuild stage)
Will the last american > PLEASE grab the Flag
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