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From: "Beverly C. Stanley" <>
Date: Sun, 25 Apr 1999 23:06:38 -0700
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John, this is what I received from Dan - I don't think he got my point 
about whether it is legal to run a gas in production class with an 
octane higher than 110 -

you may want to call him direct for the "definitive" explanation of the 
rules -
Bev Stanley

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ERC makes several different grades of gas. The entrant should ask for advice
from the supplier about which gas to use.
-----Original Message-----
From: Beverly C. Stanley <>
To: <>
Date: Wednesday, April 21, 1999 5:45 PM
Subject: [Fwd: Re: Fuels]

>Hi Dan -
>don't know if you subscribe to the lands-speed mailing list - but this
>question came up and thought maybe you could give the guys an "official"
>explanation about the "event gas"
>The real question is -
>with a blown engine do you still have to use ERC's 110 gas?
>Some of these guys thing the 110 is too low an octane to run safely in a
>blown engine.


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