MXA’S HIERARCHY OF RACING FUELS
What to run and knowing how to choose the right type of racing fuel for your bike can be confusing. You probably know that octane is not the make-it or break-it number when it comes to choosing race gas and that a higher octane number might actually hurt performance if your engine doesn’t call for it. But what other factors should you consider?
Four-strokes run best on unleaded fuel and two-strokes prefer lead, but are there exceptions to this rule?
The Motocross Action Magazine wrecking crew has a long track record with VP Racing fuels, so they sat down with us to hash out the hierarchy of racing fuels. They wanted to help other racers—who are probably just as confused as they were—determine which VP fuel to use and when. Below was the result. Enjoy!
Posted by VP RACE FOOL on 14th June, 2013 | Comments | Trackbacks
Tags: MOTOCROSS ACTION MAGAZINE, POWERSPORTS, DIRT BIKE, FOUR STROKE, TWO STROKE, FUEL HIERARCHY
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