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    Member JOURNEYMAN
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    14:1 comp 632ci

    What type of fuel are you people using or recomend on 14:1 632ci combo?
    How many galons are you burning during a burnout and a pass?
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    If you are running race fuel, I was running Sunoco Supreme 112. I don't know about alchohol because I have never used it. My motor was 13.8 and on the dyno I used 114 and 112 and the 112 made 8 more hp.

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    Re: 14:1 comp 632ci

    Quote Originally Posted by FAT622
    What type of fuel are you people using or recomend on 14:1 632ci combo?
    How many galons are you burning during a burnout and a pass?
    We've used 112 and 114 both on bigger CI with 14.8:1 compression and see no difference so we went back to the 112. With gas you usually dont use much, maybe a gallon.
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    i use alcohol & i never go back to gas ,just my personnal preferance.

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    Im on alcohol as well. i will use approx 17 litres of meth on a burnout and a 1.4mile run.

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    Sorry im fron New Zealand. 16 litres = 4.22 Gallons. haha
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    Sorry once again im running a 632 BBC 15-1 with hat injection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrthone
    Sorry im fron New Zealand. 16 litres = 4.22 Gallons. haha
    Your using way to much fuel in a 1/4 pass JMO but 3 gallons max is plenty, you have to be really rich.
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    Thats including the drive back to the pits. Is that still to much??
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrthone
    Thats including the drive back to the pits. Is that still to much??
    I'd say so, I drive mine up to the lanes (I park usually last car beyond the 1/4 mile so its a drive) make the pass & drive it back and still dont use over 2 1/2 gallons.
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