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FUEL FACTS

Not all Fuels are the same.

 

There are major inconsistencies between fuels that are commercially available. This is because these fuels are designed for every day standard vehicles and consistency is not important. Pump grade premium unleaded from a service station is not always 98 octane. As long as its over 95 octane it is approved as it is recongnised that fuels deteriorate over time as they ‘go off’.

Therefore inconsistencies occur from service station to service station, and between transport batches. Valuable octane levels and other sensitive products are lost as the fuel ages.

The use of Conventional Premium Unleaded from many different sources (different pumps) will increase the risk of inferior fuel contamination in the field.

It is our experience that the fuel quality and storage practices with some service stations is questionable. Fuel contamination with inferior fuels is inevitable adding a further competitive variable to the equation and eroding the emphasis on driver ability and skill.

Our fuels are known to be top quality, consitant blends making your pride and joy perform at its tuned ultimate every time (with respect to weather, humidity, all known factors to affect your engines performance).

Even though we sell AVGAS, CAMS has proposed changes to regulations eliminating AVGAS in all race classes in the near future so the change to alternative fuels is inevitable so here, Cheetah Race Fuels we have created fuels with the following in mind.

Cheetah Racing Fuel burns cleaner
105 Octane rating or 100 Octane alternaltive
Contains Ethanol
Is more affordable than AVGAS
Change from AV Gas to JFP Premium 105 is cheaper for the Teams to implement -
Avoids expensive mechanical changes to get it to perform
Better performance - More horsepower
 

Have a look at the following DYNO figures showing the difference between JFP 100 and JFP 105.

The red line is from the freshest highest grade service station fuel available at 98 octane and the engine was tuned to perform at its best on this fuel.

The blue line is from JFP 98 with no extra tuning. We just pump grade 98 from a local service station versus JFP 98 without tuning which produced quite an increase in horse power and torque. The curve shows a longer consistent increase in performance which is maintained above above 100kW.

We then tuned the engine further and were able to generate more horse power. We ended up with a total of 109kW.

Please note, we have improved our fuel formula from 98 octane to 100 octane which makes it more powerful giving you better performance.

Dyno sheet below- JFP 100 VS JFP 105 Huge difference in HP when tuned correctly.

 

 

 

DYNO SHEET FOR 98 V 105 COMING SOON

 

 
   
 
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