- Transforms ordinary pump gas into high octane, high energy, track grade racing fuel
- Improves the quality of regular "pump gas" and makes it suitable for racing
- Adds back in the key elements of racing fuel - hydrocarbons, oxygenates, and organometallic compounds
- Increases up to 105 octane level
- Increases in power, throttle response, and torque
- 16 Ounce can
Take ordinary pump gasoline and transform it into high octane, high energy, track grade racing fuel with Race Gas' Premium Race Fuel Concentrate! Race Gas saw a need for a better race fuel concentrated additive, so they worked with chemist's to formulate the perfect race fuel blend. Laboratory testing proved results as good as racing with regularly distilled 100 octane gasoline. Race Gas adds back in key elements of racing fuel to regular pump gas such as hydrocarbons, oxygenates, and organometallic compounds. Two Ounces of Race Gas will raise the octane of one gallon of gasoline 4 full octane numbers (40 points of octane). Try a can of Race Gas Race Fuel Concentrate and show increases in power, throttle response, and torque!
Race Gas is safe to use for the following vehicles:
- Race Cars
- Passenger Cars
- Personal Watercraft
- Go Karts
- NOT FOR USE IN AIRCRAFT OF ANY KIND
Can I use this in my Honda 400ex quad? If not do you any suggestions?
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