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Old 06-08-2005, 08:08 AM   #1
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i just have a quick question. i fill up my car at a sunoco right next to my house. they offer both 93 octane and "ultra 94." is there any advantage to filling up 94 as opposed to 93? thanks

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Stock heads/cam & compression probably not....you "might" lose a little kr on a really hot day at the track.....on the street not worth it.
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cool. thanks for the reply.
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wish they had that kind of stuff here all we have here in tucson is 91!
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Just the 91 garbage here as well. There are a couple of 76 stations with race gas, I don't know the octane # though.
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