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93 0ctane in bayarea?

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by nivea, Jun 26, 2003.

  1. nivea

    nivea Junior Member

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    Hey guys, does anyone know if 93 octane is availble the san francisco bay area?
     
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    If there is, I haven't seen any. But I do know that there is 100 octane at a few select 76 gas stations...

    ~joe
     
  3. nivea

    nivea Junior Member

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    100 octane at 76?? bayarea? where
     
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    highperboi Senior Member

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    where are those select 76 stations????

    also if i put 100 octane in my car will i feel a difference??? will there even be a difference?
     
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    nivea Junior Member

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    where have u seen 100 octane? can u let me know pls
     
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    There's a 76 station w/ 100 octane in San Jose off of Almaden expressway. I fill up my WRX with it on occassion. And there is a difference however slight it may be.

    ~joe
     
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    i know of one 76 in san jose, its near DNR performance, i forget the name of that main road, anyway, its on the other side of the freeway to DNR, actually, if you call them they can tell you where its at :)
     
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    If you're talking about the DNR I'm thinking, I don't think it's in San Jose. I think you're talking about Hayward, right?

    ~joe
     
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    my bad, i meant DynoSpot Racing in San Jose, got the names mixed up.
     
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    I am not sure if you will feel a actual difference on the ass dyno but it does help smooth things out, I have used 100 at the track and the shit can get pricey. I was paying like 5 bucks a gallon, but you only need to add 1-2 anways since the added weight will more likely slow you down than increase your motor's effectiveness.



    Milan
     
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    Or you can just add straight Xylene or Toluene from Home Depot. There is a much noticable difference if you mix one of these in. But be careful, these chemicals are harmful to your engine if you don't know how to mix it right...

    ~joe
     
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    In Sacramento we get the racing fuel at 100 or 102 octane from the raceway for a whopping $5 for 2 gals or something like that... if you guys have a track down there ya might look into it... Helps at the track a lil bit... dunno bout daily drivin with it tho...
     
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    let us know a little more about these home depot combustable liquids bro????????




    Milan
     
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    aznhottiekj Senior Member

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    cool, 100 octane........ive never seen that in canada............we have 94 octane everywhere tho
     
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