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post #16 of 30 Old March 18th, 2010, 08:40 PM
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what turned out to be the problem?
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He appears to have left the building....
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looks like he got it fixed...

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sure looks that way....

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Its surprising how weak the stock rings can be...........

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Its surprising how weak the stock rings can be...........
The stock rings & pistons are both weak... I've seen some really beauties lately...
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Re: New Mcx Turbo Install, Now engine burning oil

He was running too much boost and not enough octane. This was not really his mistake as he was not informed properly when he purchased the kit.
He has now replaced the pistons and is still running good as far as I know.

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That's good news Trey... Easy fix... I hope he installed low comp. forged pistons when he tore it down...
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He did.
Good gas in Canada is a problem from my understanding. It is a constant discussion with the sled crowd.

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He did.
Good gas in Canada is a problem from my understanding. It is a constant discussion with the sled crowd.
Just got PM from a guy from Canada and he said 90 octane is even hard to find...
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hmm, lower the ride height and play rally racer!
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Good gas in Canada is a problem from my understanding. It is a constant discussion with the sled crowd.
Just got PM from a guy from Canada and he said 90 octane is even hard to find...
When I was younger, I remember my dad buying all kinds of octane boosters for our boat when we went on vacations up into Canada (2 week vacations, once a year). Most places only had 86-87, and we needed 300 gallons of premium per fill up...
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Bagman has been running Torco accelerator with his Aerocharger.
From what I hear, Torco is one of the few octane boosters that turbo experts give any credibility to.
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Re: New Mcx Turbo Install, Now engine burning oil

i'm in canmore albarta canada and all the pumps in my town have 91 octane and if i go to the husky gas pumps in the city i can get 94 but it's an ethanol base, and it's not recomended in small engines.

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Bagman has been running Torco accelerator with his Aerocharger.
From what I hear, Torco is one of the few octane boosters that turbo experts give any credibility to.
Yes Torco is the ONLY "booster" I would use....the common one are a JOKE..the octane raising claims are in points and a play on words...ie "raises octane 7 points" Means 93 to 93.7 lol...
Torco Accelerator is the real deal...
I've ran up to 27 PSI on a KB'd Cobra using a 32oz:5 gallon 93 pump gas mixture..many 1/4 miles passes with no detonation. It plain works. But be advised it will leave a red combustion residue and shorten the life of wideband sensors,even the "unleaded" version. But if you only need to bump the octane up a little it doesn't take much at all and those negative side effects would be alot less. Best bet is real race fuel if available but for convinence you can't beat Torco.

I have a Torco distributor near by..now all I need is a turbo kit lol.
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