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ok, i was wondering, since in florida, we have 100 to 110 oct. race gas available in the pumps at some gas stations. are any other states like this too? what fuels are available in your state?
also what fuels do you use? and what's your fav. brand?

around here sunoco is most popular one for being in pumps at gas stations, and alot of drag strips have it too, including my uncle's track in n fl. .
personally, i like VP racing fuels the best! :D even though i can get sunoco cheaper from my uncle. :lol: actually, my uncle runs VP in our pro mod camaro too! :)
 

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Lets see, everyone in SW MI has 87, 89, and 93 octane; there's the occasional E85 (maybe one...); if there's race fuel around here it's Torco, although I found a Sonoco station a long time ago with race gas.

Thought there's be more with US131 Motorsports Park just down the road. (I used to live a lot closer, and I liked to listen to the top fuelers from my back porch.)
 

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California has 88-91 and on very rare occasion you can find 93 at a Union 76 station.
 

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93, 95 and 100 octan
 

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here in mwc, oklahoma we have 87,89, 91 at the pumps...all of our e-85 stations closed, so texas is our e-85 place now...and race gas has it's own station a fe miles from my house, and it's available at the track
 

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87, 89, 93 (Speedway has 92 as premium) There is a Speedway station in town that has a Cam2 pump (i think it's 105) and i've heard of a different station having Torco. US131 Motorsports park has 105 and 110 Torco.

p.s. green_hornet: where do you live? I live in K-zoo...
 
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