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Old 01-26-2012, 03:08 PM
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^It's at just about every station here in Orlando. I fill up with it every 1-2 weeks . They didn't used to offer the 93 tune I believe because most of the country has 91 or 92 at the highest, but SC is located down here in Orlando, and I guess us locals did enough B&Ming to get them to do the 93 tunes for us. It's actually very surprising the difference that's made with the slightly higher octane tune. The racing fuel near the local drag strip here at the gas station on the corner is I believe 105 octane or around that. I know race trac gas stations have (or at least used to have) a wide selection of octanes, ranging from 87 to like 98. I don't think they have all of them anymore though.
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