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    Q16 VP FUEL

    WHATS WITH Q16 FUEL ------GOOD OR NOT WORTH IT
    SBC 9 SEC. CAR

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    Senior Member MASTER BUILDER
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    fuel

    I havent had any experiance with it, but like to know what you guys in New York would be paying for this,lol. TC

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    q-16

    I am hearing to go up average 4 jet sizes. Dyno builder claims added hp is enough to eaisleyjustify the expense on a 750 hp engine. He also commented when dynoing he has it avail for proof.
    Any pros and cons?????????
    I am interested but have never run it.
    I am not a et racer but am running a cubic inch N/A restriction(no juice).

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE jmarksdragster's Avatar
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    Q16 is an oxygenated fuel, requires more fuel. Jetting depends on the carbs ability to handle the extra fuel. The more efficient the engine is, the less it will probably gain from it.
    Mark Whitener
    http://racingfuelsystems.myfunforum.org
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