What fuel does Evo X use?
What fuel does Evo X use?
Power as tested on 2013 Evolution X MR (93 octane fuel).
Does race fuel give you more horsepower?
Many race fuel are oxygenated. Oxygenated fuels allow the engine to have a higher power output because oxygen is brought into the engine from air and fuel. Ethanol for example has an oxygen atom trapped in the chemical structure. During combustion that oxygen is available to combine with fuel.
What is the best race for fuel?
Sunoco Standard is the most common choice as an entry level race fuel. Like all our race fuels, Standard is extremely stable and consistent. 100% gasoline, this leaded fuel offers 110 octane and can be used in carbureted applications from dirt bike to drag car.
Is 93 octane a race fuel?
AKI is used to rate retail pump fuels, and it is the most commonly used octane value for race fuels as well. For example – Sunoco Ultra 93 typically has a RON of 98 and a MON of 88, thus yielding an AKI of (98+88)/2 = 93. We provide all the octane numbers for all our race fuels – RON, MON, and AKI.
Will race gas hurt my car?
You can put some racing fuels in normal cars, but there is no real reason for you to do this. These fuels have higher octane ratings, so are designed to perform at higher temperatures and pressures. However, it is not going to end up damaging your car too much if you do.
Why is race fuel so expensive?
The reason for this is that they require premium fuel to keep things under control with the added pressure from the turbochargers, and premium fuel is expensive. In 1995, the price premium for high-octane gas was 18-19 cents per gallon more than standard fuel.
Is 100 octane a race fuel?
Sunoco 260 GT 100 Octane Unleaded Racing Fuel is a Street-legal, oxygenated Race fuel for performance vehicles. Sunoco 260 GT will allow increased boost levels in supercharged or turbocharged applications compared to lower octane “pump” gas and will not harm catalytic converters or oxygen sensors.
Is race fuel bad for your car?
What octane is renegade fuel?
A 93 octane, ethanol free high performance fuel designed to give your classic muscle car, ATV, motorcycle, jet ski, boat or snow machine the performance it was designed to deliver.
Does racing fuel clean your engine?
High octane fuel doesn’t burn hotter, doesn’t create more power by itself, doesn’t clean up your engine and won’t increase fuel economy.
Why is racing fuel so expensive?
To prevent pre-ignition, a fuel with a higher octane rating is required. The reason for this is that they require premium fuel to keep things under control with the added pressure from the turbochargers, and premium fuel is expensive.
Does race fuel go bad?
Perfectly stored, most race fuels will last more than a year. If you are not sure you can use the fuel up within 2 years, add a quality fuel stabilizer to the fuel as soon as you purchase it. Fuel stabilizer can only postpone fuel degradation; it can’t fix fuel that’s already bad.