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Who's are you using ? Who's got the best prices in Atlanta area?


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Sunoco “Blue” Supreme
 
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Renegade


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craig goddard in mcdonough ga. race fuels south 4047904853
 
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craig goddard in mcdonough ga. race fuels south 4047904853


Thanks. Who's he deal for?


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craig goddard in mcdonough ga. race fuels south 4047904853


Thanks. Who's he deal for?


Give Casey a call at southern truck parts. We are running Sunoco red
 
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you're wasting $, make the switch to blue.
 
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I would not run Sunoco in my rototiller. Just not consistent. Seen too many mistakes and parts taken out by bad fuel. There are places to be cheap, Fuel is not one of them. VP to the front.

If its working for you so be it.


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I would not run VP in my lawn mower. Way over price fuel for no gain, no performance advantage on the time slip. Meanwhile I've been running Sunoco Race Fuels for over 20 years and ain't ever had a part "taken out by bad fuel"
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by 1320racer:
you're wasting $, make the switch to blue.[/Quote}

Sunoco dealer close wants $150 more for the RED! Eek


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switch from Red to Blue on all my engines about 4 years ago., Firebird engine is 15:1 and dragster engine is 16:1. Previous dragster engine was 15.4:1
 
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i have been running sunoco blue for ever with no parts failures due to fuel. i would like to try vp but for the substantial price difference it is not going to happen for me.

now, if somebody would like to put me on a vp deal i will gladly give it a whirl. but since the chances of that happening are slim i will buy blue.

ep-pm me if you want to supply vp. i can be bought
 
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Is the blue the supreme
 
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yes
 
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What octane is blue, that the 114? No need to go more than that, I don't even see a reason to go to oxygenated for what type of racing we do... I get fuel from a local around here who I believe sells the Sunoco stuff, I just always ask him for 114.


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Octane (R+M)/2 112
Research Octane 115
Motor Octane 109

https://www.sunocoracefuels.com/fuel/supreme
 
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James and Jared Noel in SC sell renegade look them up on Fakebook.
 
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Renegade 120 plus , when we were spraying heavy ....Renegade K16 when we run N/A ... I used to be a VP Jobber , finally had enough of their sky high prices and the attitude of the guy who took over sales ... .. I wouldnt recommend it to anyone . Lots of good fuels out there for decent prices , and decent people to sell it to you ...
 
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i have been running sunoco blue for ever with no parts failures due to fuel. i would like to try vp but for the substantial price difference it is not going to happen for me.

now, if somebody would like to put me on a vp deal i will gladly give it a whirl. but since the chances of that happening are slim i will buy blue.

ep-pm me if you want to supply vp. i can be bought


Really?! Sunoco blue more than VP down here . Confused


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