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My mix is 100 MON the most stringent of the ratings. No ethanol/tolu/iso oct/MTBE and add packs. Its da shnits !
- Should´nt you send me that formula receipt of yours?

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- Should´nt you send me that formula receipt of yours?

Sure but it is qualified by youre ability to source the proper chems. I dont know how things are in Sweden.

1. Can you source a NO ETHANOL base. The higher the base octane the better. For examole: Can you get Royal Dutch Shell 93 No ethanol, that would be the best. 91 No ETHANOL will work though.
2. Can you buy industrial quantities ( barrels) of aromatic solvents.
3. Do you have access to non static producing pumping equipment.

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Sure but it is qualified by youre ability to source the proper chems. I dont know how things are in Sweden.

1. Can you source a NO ETHANOL base. The higher the base octane the better. For examole: Can you get Royal Dutch Shell 93 No ethanol, that would be the best. 91 No ETHANOL will work though.
2. Can you buy industrial quantities ( barrels) of aromatic solvents.
3. Do you have access to non static producing pumping equipment.

- My reply to this would be in form of two main questions:

1. Is this the cheap way to get fuel for your car?
2. Are these ingredients really available for the common guy on the street?

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This is the most exact way to fuel your car. The ingredients, their proportion and use or not it specific to your setup and goals. In your case being an NA tuned vehicle you want a specific octane or your are tuned for a specific range then you can meet those exact needs.

In my case I am boosted, so in addition to having the MON ratings and inherent knock protection, I use ingredients which have greater energy at combustion than just gasoline and produce higher exhaust vane energies to propel my turbo more efficiently.

Where I live in Indiana sourcing these chems is not a big deal because our state is ruled by farmers and not nancy-gay ass liberals.(Thats why I said I didnt know what Sweden is like).
The templates can be kind of tricky, but I have done the work already with the help of a actual chemical engineer.

-It is the best, for the best results. Pre-canned VP racing fuel of any variant will have 8-12% less net energy from being mixed and stored. Its also 22 to 32 dollars a gallon depending on the type.
- So yes a little work is quite satisfying, and ends up saving you boat loads of money.

Being NA I dont think you really need it. But keep this in mind if you want to go boosted on stock internals.

Then again you can pay 10-20 K to build a forged motor to be able to run pumpgas with no worries.

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[QUOTE=Gaijinn;4749086] INFORMATIVE..well.."ruled by farmers and not nancy-gay ass liberals"...TEXT./QUOTE]

- Thank´s for the information, from Sweden wich is also ruled by farmers for the moment. Will hopefully change soon, though

"And now over to something completely different" - my car revs up very high when started cold. I don´t think that is too healthy for the engine in the winter period here. Is this a common problem with this model, or just mine?

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