Originally posted by GoldFinger
All above is in this condition :
- 95% humidity
- 30-33 C deg ambient temperature
- 60 C deg track/asphalt at noon and 35 at afternoon
I would not know about Hawaii but the above are typical local temperatures we get here too...
I started out using Byron 25%. They were good initially but I felt that tuning was always a problem. One day it would be good and another is was hell. This happens in between runs too. Somehow, the quality of the fuel never stayed constant for me. It could be the local dealer here but I used to get the Byron fuel cannisters sealed. Now, not anymore !!
Don't know why this is the case. How do you other guys get your Byron fuels? Don't they now seal them anymore?
That's another reason why I like Tornado fuels. Sealed in the can.
Another note is that I know recently in the beginning of 2003, Tornado changed their fuel mixture a little. A little bit more yellow and more lubricant than the older plain colourless fuel that was previously. The older blend used to be very dry and was problematic for cranks and engine internals. I may be wrong on this. Now I find that their blend is a perfect balance of power and rust prevention.