Personally, spending $5 for a quart container of stuff to treat 320 gallons
that I can throw in the trunk and easily squeeze out in one ounce increments
whenever I gas up is infinitely more preferable to storing and mixing
gallons of volatile racing gasoline, inhaling additional fumes, etc. Not to
mention a helluva lot safer and convenient. But, to each his own. I DO
like the idea of an octane boost, though...
Jeff in San Diego
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----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Gunshannon <email@example.com>
Cc: Scott Weldin <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2000 1:25 PM
Subject: Re: unleaded gas
> According to Lawrence R Zink:
> > Scott,
> > If you want gas with the real stuff in it you can find a performance
> > a service station that sells race gas. These range anywhere from $2.50
> > gallon and up depending on the octane rate you want. It isn't cheap but
> > you buy 5 gallons of the realy good stuff fot about $5.50 per gallon and
> > it with premium unleaded at about a 2gallon premium UL to 1 gallon
> > fuel, you should acheive the mix you need.
> I don't know what it's like in your kneck of the woods, but around here,
> as expensive as it is, racing gas has no road taxes added into the price
> and if you get caught putting it into a street car you'll think your on
> Thunder Road trying to evade the revenoors!!
> Bill Gunshannon | de-moc-ra-cy (di mok' ra see) n. Three wolves
> firstname.lastname@example.org | and a sheep voting on what's for dinner.
> University of Scranton |
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