If I already have a custom map, will it hurt my bike to run race gas for drag racing?
miykl said:From VP's site:
VP StreetBlaze 100 is oxygenated with ethanol. Environmentally friendly, it meets California Air Resource Board (CARB) requirements and is street legal throughout the U.S. Generates substantial power increases over premium grade 92 octane unleaded gasoline. StreetBlaze 100 works well in the latest generation of electronically-controlled turbo engines, for example the Subaru WRX.
• Color: Orange
• Oxygenated: Yes
• Motor Octane: 96
• R+M/2: 100
• Specific Gravity: .746 at 60° F
-----I've seen mapped Oxygenated fuels make a substantial increase over pump fuel with the right map.
miykl said:what is the difference between motor octane and R+m/2?? I know the latter is what we see at the pumps.
I thought VP made a lower octane oxygenated fuel but couldn't find it on their site.
Nice thread, really .....I'm going to read the whole thing when I have an extra 3 hours....hillcountry10r said:
rated zx said:I promote the U4, ounce for ounce this is this best vp fuel for stock applications. The mr9 is alsome, but you need to be mapped for it, otherwise you're paying twice the price as u4 with the same results. U4 in a stock zx10 with or without pump gas map is 3.6% increase, thats dyno proven and personally proven on the track by myself. I picked up almost 2 tenths in the 1/8th