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Lucas Oil Octane Booster 15oz. Bottle

639-10026

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Octane Booster 15oz. Bottle
$10.49
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Octane Booster
  • 15oz. Bottle
  • Treats up to 25 gallons
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    10026 is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from No more engine pinging While I had my car in for service the mechanic/owner indicated that the car was pinging and suggested to use an octane booster, I didn’t want to buy some cheap product nor was I interested in paying $15-$20 for octane booster either. I tried NOS octane booster in a full tank and then Lucus octane booster 3x. At about the same price (at retail stores) I tried both, and they got rid of the pinging but I chose to stick with Lucas to use regularly because the spout to pour is more convenient plus finding it here at JEGS was priced better than at retail stores. Shipping was quick as usual, and the packaging of the items was beyond expectations, each bottle was covered with bubble wrap, something I’d do with dishes if I was moving.
    Date published: 2018-05-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The good stuff This product works excellent in my 2000 corvette..
    Date published: 2016-05-10
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    What is the octane rate increase per 5 ounces in the 15 ounce bottle on 93 octane pump gas? I have a street car that runs on 93 octane but I like to bump the octane level to 97-98 when I race it. Been mixing 110 with 93 and trying to see what's cheaper

    Asked by: W1LDCARD
    5 ounces of octane booster will increase the effective octane number by 3 when using 5 ounces in 5 gallons.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-06-29

    If I added 15 oz. to 21 gals. of 89 octane gas how many numbers will that raise the octane? And if I added 1/2 or 7.5 oz. would that raise the octane by half?

    Asked by: Slimjim
    Here is the example they provide ; If you add 3 ounces to 5 gallons of 91 octane, you'll have 5 gallons and 3 ounces of 94 octane fuel
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-01-29

    How much Lucas O/B is needed to bring 89 octane pump fuel too 100 octane???

    Asked by: Billy GANNET
    you will need to start with 93 Octane fuel - The 5.25 oz. bottle treats 8 gallons and the 15 oz. bottle treats up to 25 gallons of fuel.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-01-25
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