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  • Matt Dagostino
    Comment on 2019 Region 5 Events
    posted by Matt Dagostino, Today, 08:48 AM
    Team America is in for 3 tickets (Val Steve and The Captain)
  • Matt Dagostino
    Comment on Racing fuels
    posted by Matt Dagostino, Today, 08:46 AM
    John............those stations are mostly VP Fuel distributors or sell AV gas. I think the goal is to find PUMP Non- Ethanol free gas like we have here in Maryland-Virginia. My local non-ethanol free gas station has 87 octane for 2.79 a gallon last time i bought it. Heck, now and then i treat my truck...
  • Bob Rusnak
    Reply to Racing fuels in Rookie Lounge
    posted by Bob Rusnak, Today, 07:52 AM
    Went to stock car track and bought Sunoco race fuel from them. It is not cheep! I think I paid $8.00/ gal.
    I have a question, will Blenzol mix with gas and would it be suitable for 750 mod Merc?...
  • Howie Nichols
    Reply to 2019 Region 5 Events in Region 5 Race Updates & Contacts
    posted by Howie Nichols, Yesterday, 10:21 PM
    Jesup will have a dinner (catered by the Shriners) and awards on Friday night. $15 for adults gets you a slow smoked Rib dinner with all the sides. Kids meals will be available as well. With each meal ticket you will be entered into a raffle for the 50/50 and prize giveaways.

    Please...
  • Howie Nichols
    Reply to Where to get a good gas can. in Rookie Lounge
    posted by Howie Nichols, Yesterday, 10:16 PM
    Get a metal can to store the fuel in. With a plastic can the fuel off gases through the plastic and loses a lot of its properties. We keep ours in a metal 5 gallon can and transfer it to the no spill 2.5 gallon plastic can at the race site for ease. By transferring you can also add the oil first...
  • dil/viller
    Reply to 2 Rossi 11:15 lower units. in SO-Mod-Pro Buy & Sell
    posted by dil/viller, Yesterday, 10:04 PM
    does the Rossi use the same bolt pattern as a konig, The same drive coupler and prop shaft diameter? private message me . thanks
  • GrandpaRacer
    Reply to Dyneema and CutPRO fabrics in Technical Discussion
    posted by GrandpaRacer, Yesterday, 08:39 PM
    Dyneema and Tough and Lite are registered trade marks, Cut-Pro is a company in Europe and may be a trademark there. Visually the fabric looks similar and has similar features. Kevlar is probably a trade name too.
  • dwhitford
    Reply to Racing fuels in Rookie Lounge
    posted by dwhitford, Yesterday, 05:41 PM
    While I have no direct experience with Yamato Stock engines, in general for the compression ratios of most Stock engines, you're better off with the lowest octane you can get. The reason for this is because the additions to ''pure '' gasolines (tetraethyl lead, benzene - Amoco in olden days) all...
  • lilman3m9
    Comment on Pro/Mod Nationals in Constanine
    posted by lilman3m9, Yesterday, 05:05 PM
    Tim, mind if I ask who you are ranting to or about?
  • j hydro racer
    Reply to Kevlar Giveaway! in General Hydroplane & Runabout Discussion
    posted by j hydro racer, Yesterday, 03:52 PM
    We have received some great nominations so far! Only 44 days till Jesup.

    Be sure to tune in tomorrow at 8pm EST to hear the Throttled Crew talk about what makes a great boat race!

    www.Mixlr.com/throttledstockoutboard

    If you have missed a previous episode make sure...
  • Dave Cofone
    Reply to Racing fuels in Rookie Lounge
    posted by Dave Cofone, Yesterday, 02:57 PM
    I am afraid John is correct. There are no gas stations in NJ that sell non ethanol gas. The ones on the app have remarks stating they do not sell non ethanol. That is fine because we have plenty of regional airports to buy Av Gas from. I guess what I am looking for is why one would buy one or the other.....Price,...
  • treadguy
    New topic 2 Rossi 11:15 lower units. in SO-Mod-Pro Buy & Sell
    posted by treadguy, Yesterday, 02:34 PM
    Still clearing out some of the smaller stuff trying to put a capsule together. 2 Rossi 11:15 lower units for sale. 1 long skeg, 1 standard skeg. Best offer.
  • halestorm
    Comment on Where to get a good gas can.
    posted by halestorm, Yesterday, 02:33 PM
    That's right Matt. Fill to no more than 4.5 gal of gas when mixing.
  • dil/viller
    Comment on Where to get a good gas can.
    posted by dil/viller, Yesterday, 02:18 PM
    now that there is funny !!
  • DeanFHobart
    Reply to Racing fuels in Rookie Lounge
    posted by DeanFHobart, Yesterday, 02:17 PM
    Also for ethanol free gas try a farm equipment store or a grange store.... also try marinas. And as mentioned VP, Powermist or other race gas brands.
  • John Korbus
    Reply to Racing fuels in Rookie Lounge
    posted by John Korbus, Yesterday, 01:38 PM
    pure-gas.org New Jersy shows 12 area to find fuel some airports also gas stations and a Morris County Marine
  • ZUL8TR
    Reply to Racing fuels in Rookie Lounge
    posted by ZUL8TR, Yesterday, 12:52 PM
    Maybe a racer coming to the race from an area where they sell E free can bring you 4 gallons?
  • Matt Dagostino
    Comment on Where to get a good gas can.
    posted by Matt Dagostino, Yesterday, 12:48 PM
    Dave.....i found with those cans (also at Tractor Supply) that while they seal well they are exactly 5 gallons and i couldn't get a quart of oil in them......
  • 3rd Chance
    Comment on Racing fuels
    posted by 3rd Chance, Yesterday, 12:45 PM
    Unfortunately for Dave (and me) he lives in NJ, where there are ZERO gas stations that sell ethanol free fuel. Best bet is VP or Powermist fuels.
  • John Korbus
    Reply to Racing fuels in Rookie Lounge
    posted by John Korbus, Yesterday, 12:25 PM
    do you have smart phone use app
    Pure Gas
    will show stations around that has alcohol free fuel. use on the way to races will direct to stations....
  • M Miner
    Reply to Racing fuels in Rookie Lounge
    posted by M Miner, Yesterday, 12:19 PM
    I used VP MS 93 with my 302. And did so because Cliff told me to.
  • Dave Cofone
    New topic Dyneema and CutPRO fabrics in Technical Discussion
    posted by Dave Cofone, Yesterday, 11:29 AM
    Does anyone have experience with Dyneema and CutPRO garments..? I have been researching the cutPRO, SlashPRO and Dyneema fabrics and aside from their superior cut resistance they also shed water rather than absorb it. These seem like an excellent choice for cut suits, gloves etc......
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