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Tuning for today's oxygenated fuels | Fuel Facts

Many of the fuels found at today’s pumps are oxygenated, meaning alcohol has been added. How, then, do you tune your Classic to accept it?

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Fuel Facts: How Much Octane Is Enough for My Classic?

The owner’s manual will explain which fuel to use–but, of course, questions might still remain.

A modernized MGB that begs to be driven

Too many restored classic cars sit in garages. Snake River Classics wants to change that.

Fuel Facts: Water Is Great for Your Plants, Not So Much for Your Fuel System

How do fuel additives remove water from fuel? The all-telling safety data sheet yields the answer: It’s usually methanol—often almost 100% methanol.

Fuel Facts: 93-Octane Not Enough? Solutions Exist

Is the 93-octane fuel at the pump not enough to keep your high-compression, high-boost or highly tuned car happy? Solutions exist.

Fuel Facts: Why Not Avgas in Your Car?

Is aviation fuel a viable alternative for a classic car?

Fuel Facts: Which Race Fuel?

Lead was legislated out of pump fuel decades ago, but there’s still a place that you’ll find it: at the track. Which one is right for you?

Special oils for ’80s and ’90s classics | Motul introduces lineup for the Radwood era

Motul introduces a new line of oils for those '80s and '90s Radwood-era classics.

Fuel Facts: The Right Fuel in the Fall Might Help Your Engine Start in the Spring

Car won’t start after a few months in storage? It could be the gas. “But,” you counter, “there’s fuel in the tank and it’s getting to the engine.” But is …

Fuel Facts: Why Is There Ethanol in Our Gasoline?

Is that 10% ethanol found in most pump gasoline good or bad for your classic? Like many things in life, it’s complicated.

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