There are plenty of gas stations out there that happen to serve gasoline at a higher octane than 93. This is also common at race tracks. If you find yourself at one of these places, use the calculator below to figure out the correct mixture of the octanes to get to 93 octane.
Disclaimer - it's important to note that this is not a guaranteed result, as the actual octane rating of the mixed gasoline will depend on the specific properties of the two fuels being mixed and their ratios.
Additionally, mixing different types of gasoline can have unintended consequences, such as altering the fuel's chemical composition or reducing its overall quality. Therefore, it's generally not recommended to mix different types of gasoline, as this can potentially damage your vehicle's engine or reduce its performance.
If you need a specific octane rating of gasoline, it's best to purchase gasoline with that specific rating rather than attempting to mix different types of gasoline yourself. Never mix LEADED racing fuel with unleaded fuel.
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