Originally posted by popsracer
"O"-Donnell is good racing fuel. Alot of people use it, Alot of stores sell it. Runs a little hot in some engines. Is a few $$ cheaper than some of the other brands.
At a local on-road track they only sell "Mugen" (Byron) fuel. I see alot of guys using it, but I also hear alot of complaints about it. Don't know about price.
IN my opinion "Blue Thunder" is terrible. Alot of people buy it because it's cheap $$$. The one time I tried it, couldn't keep my engine running consistantly for nothing. Have heard the same complaint from others. I gave away the rest of the gallon to somebody.
I just tried a quart of 20% Wildcat fuel and my cars would barely stay running with it. I ended up dumping the rest of the quart it was so bad.
I have been using Trinity Monster HP for the last few years now and have been very happy with the overall performance of it. Engines tune easily with it, is consistant from gallon to gallon and makes good power. Price is a little higher than most others.
Hope that I gave you some useful information,
I went to Hobby Town last night. They had Trinity, Blue Thunder, and Wildcat fuels. Oddly enough, the Trinity was the least expensive of the 3. What do you think about running airplane fuel? S&W makes a 20% with 20% oil, and it's a lot cheaper than car fuels. I know I've read many times NEVER use airplane fuel in cars, but I've read testimonies from people who do and they say it's fine. They say their engines run just as good, and last just as long. So why not run it?