VP Racing's Madditive Octanium is a race & off-road octane booster, increasing gas octane up to 8 numbers (80 points). It helps to improve throttle response and acceleration and may help reduce or eliminate knocks and pings caused by low-quality fuel. Madditive Octanium is NOT meant for vehicles equipped with O2 sensors or catalytic converters. Use 32 ounces of Madditive Octanium to treat up to 10 gallons of gasoline.
will it raise octane in avgas
Is there any additive that can raise 110 octane racing gas to 114 or 116. If so what is the most economical, and how do I mix it. Thanks
Is this good for a 30.5 cc rc car motor
Does VP Racing Octanium contain MMT?
Why can’t it be used by cars with cats and O2 sensors?
Is it safe on turbo vehicles? Grand National to be exact
I want to make sure I understand the effect of this product. The overview says it "increases octane up to 8 numbers (80 points"). Am I correct to assume that it'll turn 89 octane gasoline into 97 octane gasoline? How does the "80 points" apply?
I own a 2017 SS Camaro, is this product safe to use on my car?
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