recommended gasoline gsxr turbo





#1
good afternoon,

Let's see who can help me since I'm a mess.

I have a suzuki gsxr1000 with pistons Je 10.1: 1, without intercooler and in its day in bench the preparer sent me a graph that reached 400hp but I imagine that with special gasoline. What I do not know is that gasoline used in its day to not have problems in the engine. Would it be harmful to put 120 octane C16 gasoline with lead or would it have problems with the lambda probe? I have also been looking at the sunoco gt260 gt plus brand, which is unleaded but with 110 octane gasoline. Will this type of petrol, apart from the high price, Is this type of gasoline safe for the engine? thanks
 

Boosted Cycle Perf

Donating Member
Site Sponsor
Registered
#4
good afternoon,

Let's see who can help me since I'm a mess.

I have a suzuki gsxr1000 with pistons Je 10.1: 1, without intercooler and in its day in bench the preparer sent me a graph that reached 400hp but I imagine that with special gasoline. What I do not know is that gasoline used in its day to not have problems in the engine. Would it be harmful to put 120 octane C16 gasoline with lead or would it have problems with the lambda probe? I have also been looking at the sunoco gt260 gt plus brand, which is unleaded but with 110 octane gasoline. Will this type of petrol, apart from the high price, Is this type of gasoline safe for the engine? thanks
More then likely it’s leaded fuel, probably c16. Leaded fuel fowls plugs and o2 sensors fast. If you’re okay with buying drum fuel should look in to VP x98.

I’ve picked up 40whp just by switching to that fuel on one customers bike.

 
#6
What about that 110 that is sold at some gas station, like sunco...Imy planning on using c16 on high boost...but will try the 110 for mid boost situations,when I'm out and about...I want something I can get out anytime....my injectors aren't made for e98
 

Boosted Cycle Perf

Donating Member
Site Sponsor
Registered
#8
I thought c16 was 117 octane...Wonder what they're getting for it now? I'll sure as hell be finding out very soon...ugh..
120 octane. It’s made specially for non Intercooled turbo engines. It’s also 22 a gallon when you buy a 5 gallon pale. 54 gallon drum, it’s $19 a gallon.

The x98 I’ve been messing with is $5 a gallon.
 

Boosted Cycle Perf

Donating Member
Site Sponsor
Registered
#13
The only thing that makes an injector not compatible is the oring that seals in to the rail. Those will shrink and start to leak after some time. Specially if you let ethanol sit in the fuel system.
 
#14
Oh ok...good to know...I would like to have it tuned with e85, a use its easier for me to get,and cheaper

...plus I have a microsquirt,and it has a flex output to go to an e85 sensor
 
#15
Or I ment pump e85
I'd be careful of anything that came out of a pump especially E-85. You don't know how much water it has in it. Also my understanding is the tolerance on it can go several points one way or another with the amount of ethanol vs. gas. If I used it out of a pump I would be very conservative. One of the reasons VP, Rockett, Ignite, ERC, etc. is so expensive is you get exact mixtures not plus or minus
 

Similar threads





Most likes - Past 7 days

Latest Bikes

Forum statistics

Threads
171,256
Messages
3,054,942
Members
47,033
Latest member
Busag96
Top