- Formulated for high-compression, force inducted or nitrous engines
- Increases octane between 108 and 112 (R+M/2)
- Same increases in power and torque as commercial racing fuel
- 1 Can Race-Gas Ultra + 4 gallons of 89 = 4 gallons of 108 Octane R+M/2
- 1 Can Race-Gas Ultra + 4 gallons of 91 = 4 gallons of 110 Octane R+M/2
- 1 Can Race-Gas Ultra + 4 gallons of 93 = 4 gallons of 112 Octane R+M/2
Race Gas' Ultra Race Fuel Concentrate additive is specifically formulated for today's high-compression, forced inducted or nitrous oxide injected engines. A simple blend of this Ultra additive to a premium pump grade gas will transform the octane rating up to between 108 and 112 AKI (R+M/2). Race Gas Ultra raises the fuel base so that it becomes equal to racing fuel for off-road competition. Race Gas Ultra has been found to create the same increases in power and torque as commercial grade racing fuel. Tested and proven to be safe for use in any gasoline engine; can also be used with oxygen sensors and catalytic converters.
Where can i find the mixing chart. I have used the premium, in the past. This is for a turbo car.
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