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    Polaris race fuel

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    • Member since
      May, 2007
    Polaris race fuel
    Posted by tripplec on Monday, October 26, 2015 6:03 PM

    i know that VP is what most guys with race sleds are using but has anybody used Polaris race fuel?? According to the Polaris dealer catalog it's made by VP. They have 110,114+ and 116. I have used it before with no problems but most people say use VP, way better fuel, Can anybody give me an answer , Why is it better??

    Thanks.    

    • Member since
      July, 2005
    Posted by glhperformance on Monday, October 26, 2015 7:50 PM

    Last I knew dragon fuels were producing the polaris race fuel. Maybe something has changed in the last year

    • Member since
      May, 2007
    Posted by tripplec on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 4:34 PM

    It says made by VP in Polaris book now.  No comments so I guess nobody have used it,,,

    • Member since
      May, 2006
    • From: lac-st-jean,quebec province
    Posted by scramblered on Saturday, November 21, 2015 1:59 PM
    the polaris fuel is great,i've used the 110 and 112 octane gas,good performances,the vp fuels is a bit cleaner i guess,and the specs of choices are greater to choose from.

    -00 hot seat race mods/ flannery ports XCR 800 VES

    • Member since
      December, 2005
    Posted by dynotechjim on Wednesday, March 09, 2016 6:20 PM

    scramblered
    the polaris fuel is great,i've used the 110 and 112 octane gas,good performances,the vp fuels is a bit cleaner i guess,and the specs of choices are greater to choose from.
     

    [quote user="scramblered"]the polaris fuel is great,i've used the 110 and 112 octane gas,good performances,the vp fuels is a bit cleaner i guess,and the specs of choices are greater to choose from.

     

    Volatility is critical to constent max HP, and since I've acquired a $6000 RVP tester on Ebay for cheap I now know that lots of sealed pails of name brand fuel are actually stale low HP piston sticking junk. For a terrifying explanation with proof go to Youtube Jim Czekala DynoTechResearch RVP and it will open your eyes. Be afraid.

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