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    Quote Originally Posted by ansonowicz View Post
    I sent him PM.

    By the way, I might be out in El Mirage on an early weekday morning, wanna go?
    Ah man. I wish I could. I'm on the opposite side of the globe right now man. I'll be rollin back into san diego in april or may though, and I'll definitely take you up on a run out there. (I may have to get a 2nd set of tires though. I have new re01r's)

    Also, we should try and get a willow springs trip set up one day if you're up to the idea. I'd really like to take my baby on a true track. (Curvy desert roads are only so fun for so long)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ansonowicz View Post
    I sent him PM.

    By the way, I might be out in El Mirage on an early weekday morning, wanna go?
    im cool, your cool, were all cool. no hard feelings
    pm sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by team123luder View Post
    http://www.3dman.com/Ducky/Hot_fuel.htm

    WE HAVE EM IN PASADENA AS WELL!
    Yup.

    I know there is one at the 76 at the end of the 110 and the beginning of Arroyo. It's cheaper than west LA too.

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    nice info. we need one of these for Norcal!

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    didn't read every post, but didn't see one of the one's I go to in the list on the OP.

    Alliance Gas Station
    On the NE corner of Corbin and Nordoff
    in Northridge.

    Has 100 Octane from the pump and Race gas in drums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Driver72 View Post
    didn't read every post, but didn't see one of the one's I go to in the list on the OP.

    Alliance Gas Station
    On the NE corner of Corbin and Nordoff
    in Northridge.

    Has 100 Octane from the pump and Race gas in drums.

    Thanks! I'll make the adjustments
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    Race Gas from Northridge and Subiefest 2009

    Gassing up the SAABAROO and heading up to Subiefest on Saturday morning. Who's Rollin' from the SFV?

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    You can get up to 130 LEADED gasoline at any small airport i have never tried it myself though

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    new 24/7 racing fuel pump San Diego 100 octane

    Effective 5/4/10, Ochs Oil Company in Vista, CA (san diego) now carries Sunoco 260 GT 100 octane at their race fuel pump 24/7! ...You can use Credit Cards..
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    Not race gas, per se, but this may be useful to some.

    Propel Fuels E85 pumps. All Propel pumps are open 24/7 and take major CC's. They are stickered as 105 octane (R+M/2). I paid $3.36 the other day at the Harbor City location (I run a 50/50 blend which usually averages out to about 30 cents cheaper per gallon than 91).

    Propel Locations | Propel

    1401 W Pacific Coast Hwy
    Wilmington, California 90744

    102 E Huntington Dr
    Arcadia, California 91006

    1495 East H St
    Chula Vista, California 91910

    1250 Sepulveda Blvd
    Harbor City, California 90710

    12042 E Firestone Blvd
    Norwalk, California 90650


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    Does anyone use an octane booster, or mix race gas with the 91 octane?

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    i have used octane boost. pretty much a waste. the only one that proven to work is nos race formula and ams oil. only a slight bump not worth it. sometimes i run sunoco 100 street 1 1/2 gallons to a full tank. my buddy had this tested and comes out to a hair under 93. the car seems like it likes it once the ecu adjusts.
    boost is like alcohol, its fun and great in moderation, to much and something's gonna go boom.

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    Thanks

    To make sure I understand..........So you only add 1.5 gallons to a full tank?

    Quote Originally Posted by plasmarex12 View Post
    i have used octane boost. pretty much a waste. the only one that proven to work is nos race formula and ams oil. only a slight bump not worth it. sometimes i run sunoco 100 street 1 1/2 gallons to a full tank. my buddy had this tested and comes out to a hair under 93. the car seems like it likes it once the ecu adjusts.

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    yes sir. typically i put 2 gal then fill the tank to get it in the system then if i keep running it i will do 1.5 gal.
    boost is like alcohol, its fun and great in moderation, to much and something's gonna go boom.

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