2 edition of Influence of leaded and unleaded fuels on octane requirement increase in 1971 model cars found in the catalog.
Influence of leaded and unleaded fuels on octane requirement increase in 1971 model cars
CRC-Road Test Group. Analysis Panel.
by Motor Vehicle Fuel, Lubricant, and Equipment Research Committee of the Coordinating Research Council in New York
Written in English
|Statement||Prepared by the Analysis Panel--Octane Requirement Phase of the CRC Road Test Group.|
|LC Classifications||TP692.2 .C66 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 139 p.|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||74153774|
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Race Fuel Lead and Leaded Racing Fuels. The reason compression can increase today, yet still use unleaded octane, lies in the refined combustion-chamber configurations and sophisticated engine electronic controls. Regular unleaded fuel is 87 octane. High octane fuel is any fuel higher than regular.
89 and 91 octane being the most common the consumer can buy. High octane fuel is not needed in most cars and.