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Gasoline - Mixing Your Own Octane

At some Unocal 76 gas stations, you can get the Competition 100 Unleaded Racing Gasoline. Then using a standard octane, such as 91, you can mix the two to get various octane values. Unical 76 provides the following table to guide you on how much to mix. For example, mixing one part 91 with one part 100 gives you 95.5 octane. Mixing four part 91 with five part 100 gives you 96 octane.

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Chieh Cheng
Thu, 27 Mar 2008 18:04:54 +0000

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