Just used Boostane - felt a nice difference in stock GT350R

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I like to run 100 octane on the coyote when tracking. 100 octane will run a 1960's 11 to 1 engine so I consider this the benchmark.

 

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I've been running 50/50 100/93 octane for some time. The first obvious thing I noticed was like was said. Above 6000 rpm in first gear WOT the wheels will just start spinning even before shifting. Then power shifting into second will obviously just keep them spinning. So in my opinion above 5-6000 rpm you can definitely feel a fairly decent increase in power. Not sure how much but it's fun....
 

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It was evident in the very first tank on this car that it was pulling timing when under load with 91 octane. It's hard to notice it, too, because it only takes a couple knocks, so you barely hear it. At 94 octane I don't hear it knocking any more on the street. Straight 100 on track.
 

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I'm confused, is the OP adding Boostane to his Toyota Sienna to get it to 'Chirp'?
 

 
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