Make Your Own Racing Gas




Introduction: Make Your Own Racing Gas

About: I build things

DISCLAIMER: Like all of my Instructables; this contains adult humor.

We’ve all been there, you drive your golf cart out to your garage and try to decide which one of your fly whips to take out for a spin, to impress the LOCAL FINE LADIES.

The Skyline? LS300? Escalade riding on 30’s?

Finally you settle on the Diablo, but what’s this? no gas?

You check the drums of C6 and find them all empty….SHUCKS. What are you going to do now? Fill up on crappy 94 octane from your own personal pump located on your extensive mansion’s grounds?

Hell NO!

You bring it back old school!

To the time before you were spittin mad ryhmz up in the club.

Step 1: What You Need to Buy

First things first, you slap on a few chains and a brand new pair of white kicks and hop into the escalade.

First stop Canadian Tire, pick yourself up a 20L Jerry can, and a bottle of Marvel Magic Additive. Don’t forget your Canadian Tire money yo!

Next Stop Rona, you’re gonna wanna approach the sweet FINE YOUNG LADY in the paint department and ask her if she knows where the caulk is. They love that.

Then buy yourself a good 4L of Toluene or Xylene.

Step 2: Step 2

Now fill up the Jerry can about 15L full with 91 octane or higher Gasoline if you can get it.

Pour the Toluene into the jerry can and then add about 8 OZ of the Marvel Magic. Shake it up a little and it’s ready.

Step 3: Step 3

Okay here’s the hard part your gonna have to figure out a way to open the fuel port….here’s a picture of what it looks like on a CRX, just to prove that this racing gas works on real cars not just UNATTRACTIVE exotics.

Once you get that thing open, just pour the gas mixture in and your ready to ride.


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    10 years ago on Step 2

    I haven't even seen 91 octane gas in Slovakia lately. 95 is the standard and it only goes up.


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I run mine on nitroglycerin and unicorn tears.


    12 years ago on Introduction

    Do you have an octane rating on this? Also it's not necessary to add toluene to it, that just cleans it out...


    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    actually The toluene is where the extra octane is coming from, the marvel magic "cleans it out" to some extent as this is a rather rough way to run an engine.


    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    I did not know that, thanks for the info! I actually did a lot more research and I know that now, but I'm not planning on running gasoline in my car anymore, they only offer 91 octane here, and for what I'm building, I need more. So E85 it is! =)