Nobsi, 93 is the highest unleaded we can typically find unless we're at a track.
Guys, we may have a better spot than KOA with plenty of parking and a better place to work on the cars. I'm working on it.
And Bob, if you had been paying attention, you'd have seen the Bullet and I topping off from a can of fuel. That was a Toluene mix, although I probably didn't use enough to raise my octane more than 93.
I started testing Toluene almost 2 years ago here, and tested it extensively on the SSEi with good results. All of my posts are still here if you search for them.
Since then, PontiacDad and 2000SilverBullet have used it extensively, as have 1993 SLE and LakevilleSSEi. Perhaps a few others as well.
I made a spreadsheet that some have seen, it calculates your total octane in a safe manner. I don't release the spreadsheet because of the liability of 'something going wrong'. I usually only calculate Toluene mixes personally on a case by case basis so I have the chance to give out all the warnings.
Toluene is very touchy and your octane can 'run away' if you don't properly calculate from tank to tank. Imagine mixing up to 95, then doing the same mix again with 3 gallons remaining in your tank. You end up higher than 95 octane, and it creeps up from there.
Toluene should never be used over a 30% content compared to fuel quantity.
Toluene'* greatest advatage would be for those L67 folks out there that somehow end up with 87 octane in their tanks. This happened to TWM some time ago when True'sLady filled the car up with the wrong juice. We bailed him out with Toluene.
Notice in this shot that I have Toluene listed at 121 octane? That'* for safety. I've seen toluene listed as anywhere between 117 and 124. And there'* no way to know what you have from can to can as it'* primarily a solvent, not intended for octane boosting.
The site will be going into a major facelift soon, and a toluene guide may end up being a part of a part of it.