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captainm40


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posted May 06, 2012 03:24 PM        
racing fuel

Need to know that if I have a brocks pipe with pcv with just a street map and I added race fuel do I need to map it for the time I run the race fuel in the bike or can I just ride it with the steet map

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dakota9498


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posted May 06, 2012 03:28 PM        
What kind of fuel? The street maps are for pump, if you want to get the most out of any fuel get the track maps from Brock's and use the fuel recommended (MR9, MR12, MRX01, etc.), but you can run pump gas on the track maps as well.
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posted May 06, 2012 03:48 PM        
but its RACE fuel...it must be better!! lol

captain...just run good pump fuel in it. Been documented quite a bit around here that 87 will get you the most power at the track (drag).

Oxygenated fuels will require a completely different map than what Brock normally supplies. His street/track map is great for 87, PC and his exhaust.
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dakota9498


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posted May 06, 2012 03:51 PM        
quote:
but its RACE fuel...it must be better!! lol

captain...just run good pump fuel in it. Been documented quite a bit around here that 87 will get you the most power at the track (drag).

Oxygenated fuels will require a completely different map than what Brock normally supplies. His street/track map is great for 87, PC and his exhaust.


His track maps have always been spot on for MR9 for me. And last weekend I ran MR12 with one of his maps and had my highest mph and quickest et.

With that being said, I don't run it all the time, I usually run 87 pump at the track.
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eklipse636


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posted May 06, 2012 04:01 PM        
I had great results with mr9 and bricks track map. As far as mr12, I've had horrible experiences. Couldn't run better than a 9.3
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captainm40


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posted May 06, 2012 04:18 PM        
Thanks alot so I'll go with a track map and just run pump gas
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codyc_13


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posted May 06, 2012 05:03 PM        
No, track map is for Mr12, street map is for pump gas...
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1badzx12r


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posted May 06, 2012 05:16 PM        
quote:
quote:
but its RACE fuel...it must be better!! lol

captain...just run good pump fuel in it. Been documented quite a bit around here that 87 will get you the most power at the track (drag).

Oxygenated fuels will require a completely different map than what Brock normally supplies. His street/track map is great for 87, PC and his exhaust.


His track maps have always been spot on for MR9 for me. And last weekend I ran MR12 with one of his maps and had my highest mph and quickest et.

With that being said, I don't run it all the time, I usually run 87 pump at the track.



can't be race gas is crap .. but when a busa uses it to better ET's .. THEN its unfair he had race gas .. don't you know ..
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