Winter Boat Storage
11/1/14 @ 9:19 AM
11/11/14 @ 8:49 AM
I agree with the rest. You were only told about the stable factor of the fuel and not its impact when you fire it up in the spring. I would also think that it would blow your power head when that kind of high octane gets ignited in an engine like a outboard.
If you try it, please tell us know 1) cost and 2) how it worked for you when you fired it up. Love to hear if you reduced your engine to a piece of scrap metal.
11/11/14 @ 8:10 AM
I'd fear the "grenade" factor with a powerhead upon spring start up. With most modern (non high performance) engines being designed for 87 octane fuel, I would highly doubt they could withstand racing fuel in the 102-105 octane range. My '93 Merc gets fed 92 octane non-ethanol premium fuel, my '05 Optimax stated only 87 octane.
11/11/14 @ 6:15 AM