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Pinecone
11-12-2003, 01:24 AM
On Route 40 in Catonsville, near Rolling Road is a SUnoco station with Sunoco GT 100 octane unleaded. Right next to the Double T resturant.

Only $3.499 per gallon, which isn't that bad for 100.

JST
11-12-2003, 08:02 AM
On Route 40 in Catonsville, near Rolling Road is a SUnoco station with Sunoco GT 100 octane unleaded. Right next to the Double T resturant.

Only $3.499 per gallon, which isn't that bad for 100.

Does either your S52 or your S54 appear to benefit from 100 octane?

bren
11-12-2003, 10:01 AM
On Route 40 in Catonsville, near Rolling Road is a SUnoco station with Sunoco GT 100 octane unleaded. Right next to the Double T resturant.

Only $3.499 per gallon, which isn't that bad for 100.
Interesting....I will be over that way this weekend, maybe I will stop in and try it out.

elbert
11-12-2003, 11:45 AM
He said it has to be in a racing container (what ever the heck that is??)

I betchya showed up wit wun them these things he wouldn't be asking for no racin' gas can 'specially if it had sum 76 racin' stickers

Pinecone
11-12-2003, 03:47 PM
WRT it helping, testing has shown that the S54 seems to benefit up to about 96 octane. Or about half and half mixture (to keep it simple).

Last year at Watkins Glen I ran Sunoco 94 to start, then topped it off with Union 76 100 octane at the track. It seemed to pull better, but no concrete evidence.

I have no idea about the S52. But with it that close, I will occasionally top it off with it to see how it goes.

WRT racing fuel can, they are 5 gallon square or round gas cans you can buy from people like OG Racing and Pegasus and other race equipment suppliers.