What Is Best Fuel Choice C14,C15 or C16 for my application

Old 04-27-2009, 02:04 PM
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That would kill me. I think I'd have to take a road trip.
Get a video when you take it out next. Your door car probably gonna out run my dragster.
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Old 04-27-2009, 02:22 PM
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WTF ??? You guys lost me....lol
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Old 05-05-2009, 05:38 PM
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Default Re: C-15 is the fastest fuel of the three

Originally Posted by TopspeedLowet
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One thing you might look at also would be Q16.
Q16 will work well in any drag racing application. Q16 is highly oxygenated, requiring a 4-6% increase in fuel flow, which will make 3-5% more power than competitive 116 octane fuels.
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You'll need to go up 5 jet sizes and change your air bleeds on your bbc. Q16 is nasty smelling and it is very messy. But it makes some dam good hp gains vs C14 or C16!
I changed form C16 to Q16 a few months ago. I also run a little BBC. lol!
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Old 05-05-2009, 06:19 PM
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Originally Posted by TopspeedLowet
Dparker wrote-
One thing you might look at also would be Q16.
Q16 will work well in any drag racing application. Q16 is highly oxygenated, requiring a 4-6% increase in fuel flow, which will make 3-5% more power than competitive 116 octane fuels.
Bruce
You'll need to go up 5 jet sizes and change your air bleeds on your bbc. Q16 is nasty smelling and it is very messy. But it makes some dam good hp gains vs C14 or C16!
I changed form C16 to Q16 a few months ago. I also run a little BBC. lol!
Have you seen any corrosive problems with the Q16? How hard is it to tune jet wise.
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Old 05-05-2009, 06:50 PM
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No problems yet. It's just nasty. Leaves a yellow tint inside your intake. Most Pro Stock Mud Racers have been runnig it for a couple of years. Long before most knew about it.
It was easy to jet. Just go up 5 sizes on jets and down 1 or 2 air bleeds.
No way to cover up the smell. Trust me everyone will know you are running it. Or some dummys that don't know any better will accuse you of running alcohol.!! Trust me I still hear that one all the time.
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