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Old 10-25-2009, 12:54 PM   #1
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Ok I had no responses in 2010 Sno Pro forum so I will try here. What does everyone use as racing fuel, C11, C12, Sunoco Blue,....Etc. I use to run racing fuel in my Bansee and what a difference. It is a myth that racing fuel hurts engines it actually runs cooler as I have been informed and going up in octaine doesn't hurt, it is when you go down in octaine it hurts in relative to the timing. I know there is leaded and unleaded out there and oxygen enhance fuels as well. I just want to know from the pro's what to run. Any help will be appreciate.

And what about mixing the fuels like pump 92 octaine with racing fuel, any luck with this any way besides the cost saving.

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Old 10-25-2009, 09:55 PM   #2
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LAst season in our 2009 Cat 600 SP for Snocross, we ran a 50/50 mix of Chevron Phillips Tracktek T111 110 octane and 92 octane pump gas

This season we may run Sunoco Standard, 110 octane at 50/50 mix
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