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Octane Booster





Clean Boost Octane Boosters are specially designed for street and racing applications. If your street car needs a little pick-me-up to pass that "Ricer" with the 40-lbs of boost, give one of our distributors a call and get the stuff that will work the first time.

If you are a serious Drag Racer, our "Off-Road" formula which will allow you to advance your timing curve to the next level. Clean Boost Octane Plus "Off-Road" used true MMT and will protect that 500+ Horse Power engine to the finish line.
 
There are two types for testing for Octane Boosters called  AKI (Anti-Knock Index) and graded as (RON+MON)/2.  If a fuel has a RON (Research Octane Number) of 96, and a MON ( Motor Octane Number) of 90 its AKI would be 93. Race fuels can be graded on any of the standards AKI, MON, RON. So what is octane and why is it important? Octane is what gives petrol its ability to resist pre-ignition. As displacement, compression,
boost, RPM, go up it becomes harder to keep the fuel mixture from igniting prematurely. If under load or high heat, you experience knock with 87 octane, stepping up to 91 octane is logical step for both performance and longevity. If you experience no knock or timing pull at 91 there is no benefit to you stepping up to 93 or higher.  The additives that raise octane have less energy than the base fuel, effectively lowering the BTUs of the fuel. That is you will make the most power and have the best fuel economy with the lowest octane that is capable of preventing knock under your specific conditions.
 

There are two types for testing for Octane Boosters called  AKI (Anti-Knock Index) and graded as (RON+MON)/2.  If a fuel has a RON (Research Octane Number) of 96, and a MON ( Motor Octane Number) of 90 its AKI would be 93. Race fuels can be graded on any of the standards AKI, MON, RON. So what is octane and why is it important? Octane is what gives petrol its ability to resist pre-ignition. As displacement, compression, boost, RPM, go up it becomes harder to keep the fuel mixture from igniting prematurely. If under load or high heat, you experience knock with 87 octane, stepping up to 91 octane is logical step for both performance and longevity. If you experience no knock or timing pull at 91 there is no benefit to you stepping up to 93 or higher.  The additives that raise octane have less energy than the base fuel, effectively lowering the BTUs of the fuel. That is you will make the most power and have the best fuel economy with the lowest octane that is capable of preventing  towards a specific application. The desired burn rate in a Kart at 16k RPM is very different than the target burn rate of something like a big block V8 at 9k RPM. Too fast of a burn and you may experience less than optimum power. Too slow and your exhaust valves may be opening before maximum pressure is reached. 
 
Combustion Technologies offers two octane booster formulas, one has a 1 point (example 87 octane to 88) this is our street legal formulation. We also have a racing application, OFF ROAD only, this will take 87 octane to a 95 octane rating. 

Sold only to qualified distributors, we do not offer a retail version of this product at this time.


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