Thanks for your reply, but with the change of season, 18# of boost I'll stick with adding a little race gas, just cause it says 93 octane on the pump don't count on it. I'm not em bare assed at all, this is good info for all to know.Why would you think you need race gas White Pony??
Unless your spraying or boosting your car, race gas is a waste of money.
On a previous N/A car, it actually seemed to slow me down...
Don't waste your time or money on race gas, and DEFIANTLY DON'T be 'that guy' at the track putting that shit in your gas tank LMAO..
Do as you will, but just trying to save you embarrassment
I don't think so.Just looking for people who may have used this and what they thought of it nothing else. As I originally posted, incase they didn't have any race gas available, it happens, last time I was at Byron the pump didn't work, 93 pump gas you get at a gas station can be actually down to 89 octane, adding a little race gas is just insurance.
that usually has more to do with the condition of the underground fuel tanks and the sales volumeReally, the gas is always good at gas stations and will never cause you any problems. Okay... buy some Indiana gas...
I just would rather see someone do it safe, especially if I can help em out!
Just keep an eye out for me, don't be afraid to ask...
The question asked on the original post was for actual experience with octane booster, does it work? Does it not? All the other dagger chatter is worthless and does not give answers to the orginal question.old gas with all the higher volatiles missing is just as bad as low octane rating
i think the hot fuel issue is far more important than your percieved sleight of not getting "true" 93 octane