differences between vp c12 and vp110

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Old 03-07-2012, 09:54 AM
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differences between vp c12 and vp110

Try to find out what the differences between vp c12 and vp 110. Both are non oxygenated leaded fuels. The c12 is 108 octane and the vp110 is 107 so not much differences but the vp110 is about $3.75 a gallon cheaper than the c12. Any got any info why?
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Old 03-07-2012, 10:23 AM
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My experience: The c12 is a cleaner burning fuel.
I didn't notice a whole lot of difference in our 4 strokes but in my two strokes the c12 had alot less residue and just ran smoother.
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v110 is for compression ratios between 12:1 and 13:1
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Cccutter-Not correct. You can run 12.8:1 compression on 93. I dont know the exact compression that 107 is good for, but we've ran it 15:1 and 16:1 with no problems.
C12 loses power on the dyno. It is a pretty clean fuel, but horrible performance wise. We run a custom blend, Buy a 110 fuel and use chemicals to oxgenate it and you will get within a tenth of a horsepower of mxr01 for $10-$12 a gallon.
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Sorry* recommened**** well according their website. ATV racing fuel, go cart fuel, pwc fuel, snowmobile fuel
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I ran some u4.4 before and didnt notice anything
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Cccutter-Not correct. You can run 12.8:1 compression on 93. I dont know the exact compression that 107 is good for, but we've ran it 15:1 and 16:1 with no problems.
C12 loses power on the dyno. It is a pretty clean fuel, but horrible performance wise. We run a custom blend, Buy a 110 fuel and use chemicals to oxgenate it and you will get within a tenth of a horsepower of mxr01 for $10-$12 a gallon.
what is some chemicals you use to oxygenate it?
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