Gulf Racing Fuels introduces Aero 93 Unleaded

Gulf announces new unleaded gasoline at AirVenture 2017 with U-Fuel and American Legend

Gulf Racing Fuels introduces the newest, high performance unleaded gasoline for engines manufactured by Rotax, Continental, Lycoming and Titan. The announcement comes midway through the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Airventure 2017. Gulf Aero 93 Unleaded will be the first of many new unleaded gasoline offerings that can be used in spark ignited engines made by Rotax, Lycoming, Continental and Titan. Gulf will provide the fuel in factory-sealed steel containers of 5 and 54 gallons.

The new unleaded gasoline is made without any oxygenates or alcohol like ethanol which is a benefit to the engine owners who have been unable to find consistent sources for ethanol-free unleaded gasoline. The fuel will be available in the United States. The gasoline is typically referred to as Autogas or MOGAS and will meet the needs of spark-ignited engines designed for unleaded gasoline. The Aero 93 will have anti-knock index (AKI) of 93, minimum. The fuel will not have a dye marker but will be clear to yellow depending on the production location.

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Gulf Racing Fuels at the 2016 PRI Show

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Isobutanol and Going Ethanol Free

Why Gulf Uses Isobutanol: 

Some our fuels use an additive called ISOBUTANOL, an advanced biofuel, to replace ethanol. Isobutanol is an EPA Approved oxygenate containing 30% higher BTU than ethanol, while producing power beyond typical ethanol-based gasoline.

ISOBUTANOL is not hygroscopic which means it will not absorb nor accumulate water, nor will the fuels damage or affect gas tanks, gaskets, carburetors or injectors. Our fuels, using ISOBUIANOL, meet all engine makers requirements which means these fuels will not void engine warranties.  The National Marine Manufacturers Association has endorsed gasoline containing ISOBUTANOL as being better that using fuels containing ethanol.

Gulf fuels containing ISOBUTANOL are excellent for everyday engines and high performance engines operating is high humidity environments or any environment around water. The fuels can also be used in engines that are used only occasionally as the fuel when static will not absorb water.  Racing applications include Hydroplane drag boats, offshore racing boats, high altitude racing and snowmobiles.

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