with 93 octane hard to find in many areas, I was wondering if anybody knows of a good, reliable way to increase octane by 2 points.
Wondering what areas you are referring to where 93 wouldn't be available. If you had said alternate fuel or diesel I would understand but Gas is gas, you can always put in a few bucks of lower grade to get to the next pump for 93. Addling octane appears to be not such a good idea.with 93 octane hard to find in many areas, I was wondering if anybody knows of a good, reliable way to increase octane by 2 points.
Anyone who believes that a few ounces of Lucas product is going to have any impact on the octane of a tank of gas is free to bid on this shiny new bridge I've got for sale in Brooklyn. The chemistry just doesn't work that way. Toluene is the way to go here. However, unless the guy is experiencing detonation with the available "store bought" 91, it seems like a whole lot of effort/expense for no tangible benefit. Last time I bought some, toluene was running about $8-9/gallon at my local Sherwin-Williams paint store.How about LUCAS octane booster.They sell it Autozone & it brings it up 30 oct. points or 3 oct.numbers.That would put you at 94 oct.Anybody try this product yet?I heard that LUCAS sales a good product.