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The tune on your car is mostly what determines the power (or boost) you'll be hitting. Higher octane gas gives more POTENTIAL but the car must be tuned to USE that potential. What the above posters were getting at is that you can put 100 octane fuel in there if you want but if it's still using a map designed for 91 minimum, you're not going to see any gains at all.
He was referring to "track" not drag *EDITED* At a "track" more pressure is needed.
I thought he was referring to a real "track".... Not dragstrip.
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