ROCKETT BRAND 114 RACE FUEL I saw first Hand on my engine with 10 hours of Dyno Time, Made more power over VP-C14, AND Torco 114, It ran cooler. for the Mud Thats what I use! Some pits are 4 to 5 feet deep and engines can get hot fast, stuck 4 feet deep with 7400 RPM'S trying to get another inch!Can any one tell me what octane fuel to run with 14-1 comp? will C-12 work? Thanks,
i figured,i'd get in on this conversation.what do you guy's think of 110 leaded racing gas from citgo, it's $5.99 a gallon.is it good enough for the weekend warrior's with 11:1 comp motors and a little nitrous?
Lots of races are won every weekend by many different brands of race gas . It has a lot more to do with the car combination and the driver than what brand of fuel . But having said that , all race fuel manufacturers agree that the number you should pay attention to when choosing a race gas is the Motor Octane number . Not the only number to pay attention to , but the most important one . Look closely at the Motor Octane numbers for Competition Race Fuels ( formerly Torco ) and you'll notice they are as good , and frequently higher than any other race fuel brand .Make dyno pulls on the engine and you will see the difference. Don't care what someone runs in bracket cars.... Dyno tells the tale! The additives in VP are sometimes a pain, but they are the difference maker! Trust me!
cale,we run a 638 have been running sunoco 116 maximal ,we want to try vp q16 do you have to jet up the carb??what about the timing?Make dyno pulls on the engine and you will see the difference. Don't care what someone runs in bracket cars.... Dyno tells the tale! The additives in VP are sometimes a pain, but they are the difference maker! Trust me!
TrackTek is made by Chevron Philips . Its a good fuel . I happen to think ours are much better , but then i would think that , wouldn't i .Anybody have any thing to say about Phillips T-TECH( I think) racing fuel? Or Sunoco?