I can get my hands on 106 octane from VP racing fuels which is just 10mins from my house. i get to save my O2 and I don't have white inside my exhaustlead adds octane, and most high octane (100+) fuels have it. Over time it will coat your 02 sensor and it will become inaccurate. It is however well worth it, you can run much more boost with the high octane.
It's essentially viagra for your car.
I am in jacksonville as well. Which Sunoco are u talking about that has 110 leaded gas? There is a Sunoco on beach blvd that sells GT 104 unleaded, but nothing that is leaded. I would be very interested.I thought I posted this earlier but I can't find the thread now. Just wondering if anyone has ever ran 110 octane race gas. The reason I asked is there is a sunoco by my house that has what says 110 octane racing fuel. But it says it's leaded is this bad?
Stock O2 sensors are in the downpipe. Wideband sensor (if a wideband AF gauge has been added to your car) is wherever the bung was welded into the exhaust system, but almost always in the downpipe. The stock O2 sensors as well as the NTK L1H1 wideband sensor will last a LONG time on leaded fuel, especially if it's a mix of leaded and unleaded -- I've been running mine since 2001 on mostly leaded/unleaded mixes, but on straight leaded at times. The Bosch wideband sensors won't last very long.I hate to do because I feel like an idiot but where is your o2 and wideband o2 sensors?
I think I'm going use the sunoco 104 unleaded for a while. I'm sorry it's not a sunoco it's a gate gas station. It's off 95 by the outlet mall heading towards st. augustine. I think it used to be a sunoco.I am in jacksonville as well. Which Sunoco are u 5 talking about that has 110 leaded gas? There is a Sunoco on beach blvd that sells GT 104 unleaded, but nothing that is leaded. I would be very interested.
IMO, FJO is the most reliable of any. There are cheaper ones that will probably get the job done, but I'm pretty confident that the electronics are not as rugged as FJO's. FJO makes their living building guidance electronics for military drone aircraft, and their wideband electronics are built to similar standards. Overkill perhaps, but insanely rugged.So what the best brand of wideband to get are certain ones better than others?