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hey guys, there is a gas station right by my house that sells the stuff...i am tuned for 93 right now. alot of the mustang and car guys around here use about a 50/50 mix of 93 and 110, any reason why not to do it?
 

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but it cant hurt anything being leaded?...and anything besides a tune to benifit from it...even at the track where it is 114
 

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i see...so all im gonna get is that smell...
 

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lol...well how much 110 in 1/2 tank of 93 would it take to get that race fuel smell?
 

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Not only is it a waste of money without adding more timing, it will also ruin your O2 sensors in short order. 110 octane is super high and for people with 25+psi, 250+ shots of juice, 13:1 compression, etc.
 

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pay the 75 bucks and get the tune for it and get some more HP...thats just my opinion
working on it lol...i was just asking in the mean time if its worth it...what kind of hp gains would i expect with a good tune for it?
 

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pay the 75 bucks and get the tune for it and get some more HP...thats just my opinion
The problem is that 110 is so high your timing would be past MBT (mean best timing, or maximum brake torque). Going past MBT will yield less hp. With a 93 octane tune you are probably real close to MBT already.
 

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ok thanks for the info...and what about once i get the heads ported...btw i have a guy doing it in the spring for 700
 

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what about if i can find it unleaded
 

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this guy did the ones for our drag car
 

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Not only is it a waste of money without adding more timing, it will also ruin your O2 sensors in short order. 110 octane is super high and for people with 25+psi, 250+ shots of juice, 13:1 compression, etc.
big +1 on that one...wouldnt it also foul plugs on a stock setup?

You'd just be pissing away money and possibly causing problems. Just stick with the 93 and leave the 110 for the big boys.
 
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