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Old 03-18-2006, 12:32 PM   #31
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Hey Bill, whats your fuel injector buddy run in Hot chilli pepper? I know its a secret cocktail but he must start with a base fuel?
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He runs a mix of Nitro, Meth, and Toluene. I turned him onto mixing the Toluene in a couple years back. It helped him stabilize his mix quite a bit.
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Originally Posted by willwren
I doubt I'll run full 100 octane in mine. With the Gen2 supercharger 95 seemed to be my sweet spot for octane. Now with the Gen3 and a 2.2" pulley, it may be higher, but I'll figger that out with this 100 octane fuel rather than toluene, so it directly relates to the track. I'm betting 97/98 octane will suit me just fine with no benefit to running fully 100.

For those wondering what mixes will net what octanes, I have a spreadsheet to do the calculations at WCBF with no error for both two different octanes of fuel, or any octane fuel with Toluene.
I do have 3 questions - what about octane boost like NO2, 108, 104 or even grease lighting octane boost additives. 1. Do they change boost the points from a 93 octane point to 97 or even 100? 2. What ingredients do I look for without ruining my injector seals and other components. 3. What would be the best brand to use in our Series 1 engines.
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