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Post by Yakuza Racer » Mon May 13, 2013 3:16 pm

What is the ideal mixing ratio of this product?

i put in half a bottle to 2/3 a tank of fuel and really cannot feel a difference....

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Post by Le Clue » Mon May 13, 2013 3:28 pm

I use a full bottle to a full tank. Up's the octane to 100..then adjust my map and give it about 50km's..
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Post by PoLonY » Mon May 13, 2013 3:29 pm

yakuza racer wrote:What is the ideal mixing ratio of this product?

i put in half a bottle to 2/3 a tank of fuel and really cannot feel a difference....

car = Subaru 2L turboh
did you read the can?
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Post by Le Clue » Mon May 13, 2013 3:32 pm

Also noticed now, half a bottle you'll barely feel a difference. Always use a full bottle.
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Post by Yakuza Racer » Mon May 13, 2013 3:48 pm

PoLonY wrote:
yakuza racer wrote:What is the ideal mixing ratio of this product?

i put in half a bottle to 2/3 a tank of fuel and really cannot feel a difference....

car = Subaru 2L turboh
did you read the can?
yes i did.. there is no instructions on it... will take pics and send them to you.

@leclue - done about 60km's thus far, my car is a bit older so maybe takes a while... will dump the rest of it in when i get home... or rather fill it up proper and add the rest of the contents.
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Post by PoLonY » Mon May 13, 2013 3:54 pm

yakuza racer wrote:
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yakuza racer wrote:What is the ideal mixing ratio of this product?

i put in half a bottle to 2/3 a tank of fuel and really cannot feel a difference....

car = Subaru 2L turboh
did you read the can?
yes i did.. there is no instructions on it... will take pics and send them to you.

@leclue - done about 60km's thus far, my car is a bit older so maybe takes a while... will dump the rest of it in when i get home... or rather fill it up proper and add the rest of the contents.
ok then did you try NF's website for instructions?

only works when used with 60litres of fuel

I don't need pics thanks

adding more fuel and then the rest of the contents will just dilute it even more
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Post by PoLonY » Mon May 13, 2013 4:01 pm

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ok then did you try NF's website for instructions?

only works when used with 60litres of fuel

I don't need pics thanks

adding more fuel and then the rest of the contents will just dilute it even more
so don't try use it with 59 liters, or with 61 liters... :smile:
5ml per 1l is maximum recommended dosage so yes, must be with 60l
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Post by Yakuza Racer » Mon May 13, 2013 4:02 pm

PoLonY wrote:
ok then did you try NF's website for instructions?

only works when used with 60litres of fuel

I don't need pics thanks

adding more fuel and then the rest of the contents will just dilute it even more
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NF Ultra Race Fuel Concentrate is designed for vehicles that have been tuned for high-octane race fuel.
1 tin mixed with 60 litres 95 RON pump fuel increases petrol octane to 101 RON
1 tin mixed with 40 litres 95 RON pump fuel increases petrol octane to 103 RON *
1 tin mixed with 20 litres 95 RON pump fuel increases petrol octane to 105 RON

ok cool, thanks for the help...

my tank does not get 60L of fuel... so what to do? fill up and toss in half a bottle?

i think i'll wait for NF to comfirm :hug:
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Post by PoLonY » Mon May 13, 2013 4:05 pm

yakuza racer wrote:
PoLonY wrote:
ok then did you try NF's website for instructions?

only works when used with 60litres of fuel

I don't need pics thanks

adding more fuel and then the rest of the contents will just dilute it even more
For reference:

NF Ultra Race Fuel Concentrate is designed for vehicles that have been tuned for high-octane race fuel.
1 tin mixed with 60 litres 95 RON pump fuel increases petrol octane to 101 RON
1 tin mixed with 40 litres 95 RON pump fuel increases petrol octane to 103 RON *
1 tin mixed with 20 litres 95 RON pump fuel increases petrol octane to 105 RON

ok cool, thanks for the help...

my tank does not get 60L of fuel... so what to do? fill up and toss in half a bottle?

i think i'll wait for NF to comfirm :hug:
You said Race, not Ultra, 2 different products :hi:
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Post by Yakuza Racer » Mon May 13, 2013 4:13 pm

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that is the product i bought....

"NF Ultra Unleaded Race Fuel Concentrate"

i dont see the confusion, should have stated it in ze beginning...
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Post by brads » Mon May 13, 2013 4:27 pm

yakuza racer wrote:Image

that is the product i bought....

"NF Ultra Unleaded Race Fuel Concentrate"

i dont see the confusion, should have stated it in ze beginning...
Ultra can be mixed in greater concentrates due to its different composition compared to other NF products.
Its also safe at higher dosages whilst other octane boosters tend to foul plugs.

Put a can into your tank.I take it you have 55L tank? that's fine.

I have used a can of NF to half a tank before with no issues.
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Post by Sparkz0629 » Mon May 13, 2013 4:32 pm

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Post by PoLonY » Mon May 13, 2013 4:33 pm

Sparkz0629 wrote:We all thought you were talking bout this one:

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Post by Yakuza Racer » Mon May 13, 2013 6:12 pm

brads wrote:
yakuza racer wrote:Image

that is the product i bought....

"NF Ultra Unleaded Race Fuel Concentrate"

i dont see the confusion, should have stated it in ze beginning...
Ultra can be mixed in greater concentrates due to its different composition compared to other NF products.
Its also safe at higher dosages whilst other octane boosters tend to foul plugs.

Put a can into your tank.I take it you have 55L tank? that's fine.

I have used a can of NF to half a tank before with no issues.
this is a 1L bottle.... so 1L - 55L??

@polony - i said concentrate man dammit lol

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Post by NF. » Tue May 14, 2013 8:13 am

I would use a full tin in a full tank of 95 (+-52 litres in your Subaru). I run this in my STi 6 and the car is very happy with zero detonation.

If I recall correctly, you said your car was mapped for 95. If you have an Apexi ECU or similar, it won't adjust for the better fuel as much as the standard ecu, so this could be why you don't feel a big difference. My car was mapped on the NF Ultra which gave me an extra 12 degrees timing advance and 0.35b boost over 95 resulting in just over 40wkw extra.
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Post by Yakuza Racer » Tue May 14, 2013 8:23 am

NF. wrote:I would use a full tin in a full tank of 95 (+-52 litres in your Subaru). I run this in my STi 6 and the car is very happy with zero detonation.

If I recall correctly, you said your car was mapped for 95. If you have an Apexi ECU or similar, it won't adjust for the better fuel as much as the standard ecu, so this could be why you don't feel a big difference. My car was mapped on the NF Ultra which gave me an extra 12 degrees timing advance and 0.35b boost over 95 resulting in just over 40wkw extra.
stock standard ECU and i will eat my words, just think it needed some more time to adjust...

the car feels better, sounds better (i dunno, but it sounds deeper on normal driving) and pulls!!

you have a customer for life man, the product really does work great!!

also 0_o 40wkw!!! gawd damn! what ecu you running?
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Post by Coroner » Tue May 14, 2013 8:42 am

I let them fill the tank with say 10l of fuel. Then dump the bottle of Ultra in and let them fill it to the top. Thats on a empty 55l tank. The car LOVES it.....
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Post by NF. » Tue May 14, 2013 9:02 am

yakuza racer wrote:also 0_o 40wkw!!! gawd damn! what ecu you running?
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