Post Tagged with: "race gas"

Induction / Q&A

Ask Away! with Jeff Smith: Using E85 or Octane Boosters in a High-Compression 283 SBC with a Cruising-Speed Stumble

I am an old school pepper tree mechanic, and not quite in tune with 12:1 compression ratio small block Chevys. I have a 1962 Rambler Classic with a 283 with 12:1 […]

Induction / Tech Articles

Fuel Duel: Race Gas vs. E85—Which Makes More Power?

Gasoline or E85 ethanol-blended fuel? David Freiburger and Steve Dulcich at Engine Masters wanted to find out which makes more power and by how much. So they grabbed a 489-cubic-inch, 13.5:1 compression […]

Q&A / Tech

Mailbag: What You Should Know About Octane Ratings, AVGas & More

Q: I recently rebuilt a 383 for my 1968 Charger. It’s not a race car, but a typical street cruiser and occasional quarter-mile warrior. My question is about fuel. I’m […]

Tech / Tech Articles

Quick Tech: How to Keep Your Race Fuel Fresh Between Seasons

Racing season is winding down in many parts of the country, but that doesn’t mean your remaining race fuel has to go to waste. Although race fuel is often stored for several months […]

Parts / Product Profiles

Parts Bin: Race Gas Fuel Concentrate

From time to time, OnAllCylinders will provide a peek at some of the newest products and deals that can help get your next project on track for less. Check out […]

Engine & Exhaust / Q&A / Tech

Mailbag: Converting a Race Engine to Pump Gas

Got questions? We’ve got the answers—the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re taming an old race engine for street use. R.F . • Morgan, GA […]