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    race gas

    any good deals out there,like c12 or vp110,sunco blue or purple

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    I just bought Sunoco blue at 6.49 a gallon. Last week it was 6.19.


    Steve

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    I bought a 55 drum of sunoco 110 blue for $6 a gallon ( $330 total ) at the track saturday, usually $8 if you buy it by the gallon at the track.
    If you find some buddies to split the costs with you, buying the 55 gallon drum is the way to go, besides that price willmost likey go up pretty soon.
    Call Mike Frank @ fulton dragway just outside Tupelo, Ms he can hook you up. You'll need a clean drum or pay the $20 deposit for the new one.


    Mike Frank cell # 662-891-7353

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    Goodluck, Charles
    ***IN GOD WE TRUST***

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    We buy Torco. Whatever brand you buy, I recommend you buy a sealed drum. We bought one that wasn't once. When we got to the bottom, it was loaded with rust. :?
    If it's sealed you also know what it is exactly. Somebody hasn't siphoned part of it out and replaced it with regular pump gas.

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    You guys have it made, here in Canada, the deal of the day last week was Vp c12 for $520 for a 55 gal drum. OUCH!!
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    race fuel

    looking for the best deal on fuel c-12 or camparable near upstate ny we have a bunch of us together looking for 16-24 drums

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    fuel

    Think You guys need to take a ride south. :lol:

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    [quote="cepx111"]I bought a 55 drum of sunoco 110 blue for $6 a gallon ( $330 total ) at the track saturday, usually $8 if you buy it by the gallon at the track.
    If you find some buddies to split the costs with you, buying the 55 gallon drum is the way to go, besides that price willmost likey go up pretty soon.
    Call Mike Frank @ fulton dragway just outside Tupelo, Ms he can hook you up. You'll need a clean drum or pay the $20 deposit for the new one.


    Mike Frank cell # 662-891-7353

    Home # 662-862-2232
    Goodluck, Charles[/quote

    Sunoco Blue is not 110 it is 113 octane. The purple is 110.


    Steve

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    Senior Member DYNO OPERATOR
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    I use Torco fuel. Here they will give you a sponsorship discount if you put a sticker on your trailer. Worked for me and saved me some money.
    PM me if you need any info on this.


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