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RVP and Pressure Vapor

I’ll bet most of you know that fuel doesn’t burn unless it forms vapor.  For this reason, some fuel vapor formation is good.  If too little vapor forms – in other words, evaporates – your race engine won’t start.  If too much fuel evaporates, other problems such as vapor lock can...

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Street to Strip Fueling Basics

Preparing a car for the track can feel overwhelming. There are a million items to think about before getting to the track. One thing that shouldn’t be overlooked is what kind of fuel to use. We will cover some key fuel properties and find the right fuel for you. First let’s look at some fuel...

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Storing Vintage, Collector, and Muscle Cars

Storing a vehicle for months or even years without any fuel related issues takes two things: the correct storage fuel and the correct storage procedure. Let’s cover the fuel side of things first. All Sunoco race fuels are made from highly refined hydrocarbons which by themselves are inherently...

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Winterize Your Fuel System

The winter season is quickly approaching. This means lots of loose ends to tie up around the garage and equipment that needs to be put in storage until next spring. From a young age I was always taught to drain the gas out of all the lawn equipment and run the engine until the carburetor was...

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Octane Stability: High Octane vs Low Octane Fuels

Octane is the most talked about property when it comes to gasoline. It’s no surprise because selecting octane of gasoline is the only choice the consumer has, except what station to buy it from. In this article we will focus on octane stability of 87 and 93 octane pump fuels versus racing fuels...

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