What kind of racing fuel so you suggest to put in a 2000 pontiac grand prix gt?

Asked by Oct 26, 2013 at 09:27 PM

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unless you have modified the engine, you are wasting your money on racing fuel.

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I have the same car. It's my "toy". You can actually run regular (87octane) unleaded in it. Personally I run premium (93 octane) in mine. People tell me I'm wasting money doing that. But premium burns hotter, slower, and cleaner. This helps keep fuel injectors, spark plugs, oxygen sensors, combustion chambers, valves, and the catalytic converter clean. In fact I run premium in everything except my '03 S10 Pick Up. That's my "beater". I've never had a fuel system problem either. Except, of course, the ones that I inherited from previous owners when I've bought a car used. HTH. -Jim

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