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post #1 of 39 Old 06-11-2013, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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Can u run this fuel in the LS3s?? i have a nearby gas station and ive always ran it in my LS1s without a problem

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I have no idea what blend of fuel this is, 100 octane? If it is it will be good to go as long as it is 93 octane or more.


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I have no idea what blend of fuel this is, 100 octane? If it is it will be good to go as long as it is 93 octane or more.
its Cam 2s 100 octane Unleaded race fuel

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It won't do anything for your car unless you have an aggressive tune, more timing, really high compression, really high boost, or any combination of those things. And then it would just prevent detonation. 93 octane is more than good enough for what you have and then some. Anything more is a waste of money. It's ok to use it every now and then. But I wouldn't use it too often.

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It won't do anything for your car unless you have an aggressive tune, more timing, really high compression, really high boost, or any combination of those things. And then it would just prevent detonation. 93 octane is more than good enough for what you have and then some. Anything more is a waste of money. It's ok to use it every now and then. But I wouldn't use it too often.
I has an aggressive tune and a timing bump, just looking to get that nice smell once in awhile, so it wont hurt the internals or injectors??

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I has an aggressive tune and a timing bump, just looking to get that nice smell once in awhile, so it wont hurt the internals or injectors??
It shouldn't but we would need the "mix" details to be sure. Just remember, these types of fuels usually have a short shelf life, so don't use it as a "storage" fuel....

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It shouldn't but we would need the "mix" details to be sure. Just remember, these types of fuels usually have a short shelf life, so don't use it as a "storage" fuel....
I get it straight out of the pump, only details I know is its a 100 octane unleaded Cam 2 Race Gas and it smells awesome!

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100 octane fuel is not only race fuel but is also used for small aircraft. There-by it is filtered to a much cleaner state than "Street" fuels. Should work just fine, but for better preformace you may want to do a "fuse pull" to reset your fuel tables.
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100 octane fuel is not only race fuel but is also used for small aircraft. There-by it is filtered to a much cleaner state than "Street" fuels. Should work just fine, but for better preformace you may want to do a "fuse pull" to reset your fuel tables.
nice thats good to know, i did have a custom tune, do i still need to pull it??

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It will burn the fuel according to your fuel tables in the computer. Someone here correct me if I'm wrong but these tables update themselves. It would just take longer for the comp to adjust to the new fuel than if you do a fuse pull. But like stated above this is a once in a while fuel and I would not store the car with it in it. It will not have the Dewatering agents or fuel stabilisers that is put in standard "street" fuels.
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