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post #51 of 95 Old 21st June 2011, 08:24 PM
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This brings back memories, cant believe how much fun that weekend was.

Great pics so far!

Cant wait for more videos to be made.

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post #55 of 95 Old 22nd June 2011, 08:32 PM
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Great job on these pics Glock. Thanks for putting in the effort when many of us were just trying to sober up that morning. I know I appreciate it.

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post #57 of 95 Old 23rd June 2011, 03:10 PM
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Sheesh. You guys and your photography skills and nice cameras!

Let's get back to basics with some good old fashioned real world crappy phone pics.

Both sides of Steve. Personally, I think his butt is cuter.

In the second pic, you'll get a good idea of how the weekend went in front of the posh Polaris Hilton. I took that pic while 5 gallons of race gas was siphoning into my car. I know they loved us!
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How'd you manage to empty existing gas? Or was mixing acceptable?
Actually frank, mixing is preferred as too much octane will only hurt me since the ECU cannot adjust for it. I shoot for a 96-98 octane mixture using the Sunoco 104 + 93 pump.

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Actually frank, mixing is preferred as too much octane will only hurt me since the ECU cannot adjust for it. I shoot for a 96-98 octane mixture using the Sunoco 104 + 93 pump.

Smart man!

You'll be surprised at just how many people don't know this. They think "oh, dump in a bunch of 109 and my car will be mad quick, yo"

Unless you car is tuned for the higher octane, you'll actually HURT performance. That's right, I said HURT. Most cars with a 93 pump tune, will benefit from a couple points higher, but nothing more. I generally mix Sunoco 100 and 93 pump. I try to run it close to empty, then put 5 gallons of 93, 5 gallons of Sunoco 100 which puts me at 96.5 octane. By the time I drive the 2 hours from my house to Maryland Int'l Raceway, my ECU has adapted to the good stuff, and I'm ready to rock and roll.

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